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    Hey, I want to move to Ireland, Co Offaly when i finish 6th form, my whole family is from their but me and my parents live in England. I was planning on doing my leaving certs while their to apply to Galway Uni as a Irish student i want to study Law and Gaelic. How would i tell my parents that i want to move to Ireland. I am a Irish Passport holder aswell but not born their.
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    Are you going to have A-levels and leaving cert? so an extra year or so in education? Just tell your parents and allow them to get used to the idea. You will prob have to pay regardless. Check the cao.
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    (Original post by WildeAboutOscar)
    Are you going to have A-levels and leaving cert? so an extra year or so in education? Just tell your parents and allow them to get used to the idea. You will prob have to pay regardless. Check the cao.
    Yah! A-Level and Leaving cert haha, Do all the subjects that i can't do in ireland here in england and do the gaelic and maths and biology in ireland ahah
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    I may be wrong but leaving cert is generally 6 or 7 subjects. Really what you need to have is 4 A-levels otherwise you are just looking to spend another two years in secondary education.
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    (Original post by WildeAboutOscar)
    I may be wrong but leaving cert is generally 6 or 7 subjects. Really what you need to have is 4 A-levels otherwise you are just looking to spend another two years in secondary education.
    Yah it's 6-7 if you are enrolled in school and like a student i am just doing them really for fun but to have the qualifications i cant get here in england.
 
 
 
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