Our journalists and contributors look at the issues affecting international students.Read more
About culture, politics, international affairs and anything students want to expressRead more
We issue articles in the English, Spanish and PortugueseRead more
The international student sector is a significant generator of revenue in Ireland, areas such as accommodation, food, tourism, tuition fees, etc. Our magazine acts as a practical guide. There are 200.000 international students plus 35 ethnic community groups in Ireland.
Yeah! Student Magazine acts as a conduit to unite all of the support networks our government has made available to students in a free, direct, user friendly way.
Building this section
O pioneirismo, a modernidade e a ousadia da Yeah! Brasil, fazem da publicação uma escola de jornalismo que tem revelado muitos talentos através do tempo e conta com a assinatura trimestral entre os jornalistas e colaboradores.
Our aim is to provide students with the opportunity to create, animate and conduct their own spaces.
La herramienta indispensable del estudiante Internacional que está planificando su experiencia intercultural en Irlanda.
This is our team that make this students´project possible
When you stop expecting people to be perfect, you can like them for who they are.
It´s amazing when people gather together and make a change.
Small details make the difference.
We must keep international students informed of the latest news
The memories are wonderful!
I love traveling and understand other cultures
Music is something that helps you to link your ideas
Follow our TV Channel
Intership with Yeah!
International Students generate almost 1 billion euros a year into the local Irish economy. We must keep this sector informed of the latest news – as often as we can in in their own language.
Elegance is not the abundance of simplicity. It is the absence of complexity.Yeah! English
Are you enthusiastic? Whether or not you meet the journalism criteria, we invite you to join us to tell your story. It´s easy to contact us through Facebook, Twitter or our contact form.
2 Grafton Street D2
469 South Circular Road D8
Dublin, Ireland+353 86 336 7879