Which country is good to study and settle for psychology? ÙSA or Ireland?
Asked by Roshani kajari almost 2 years ago
Surprisingly, Ireland is actually very good to work in psychology. Plus we know the USA has always been a leading name in the psychology sector and research. What people do not understand is that psychology is a wide area that has research, case study, administration, training and many other areas of work.
Both countries are good, but even so, I would suggest going with the USA. The reason why I recommend the USA is not because it is a bigger country where you can earn more and has a lot of scope. It's because the economy of the USA is more stable. Because Ireland is an European island, it has many constant interactions industry wise, while the USA is more able to carry out all industrial work within the country.
This makes the need for subjects like psychology & human resource better in the USA. Because in a stable economy like the USA will have better chances of work and development, in Ireland it is more of a challenge. I’m not saying that Ireland is bad in any way in psychology study or settlement, but not as excellent as the USA.
Since if you ask to study and settle, the best psychology universities are located in the USA. It is way ahead of Ireland universities. As far as I know, the best institute in Ireland for psychology is Trinity College Dublin. This college ranks beyond the top #100 universities for psychology worldwide. While universities like Stanford, Harvard and UC Berkeley are the top #3 universities for psychology globally.
I don’t think you need any more details and information. I suggest going to USA universities and if you have a limited budget, then Ireland is an excellent option. If you could tell me what aspects you prefer, I would be able to tell you which option is most suitable for you. This will help me find the most relevant information for you. Who knows maybe a UK university suits you better?
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