The revenue generated by mobile apps continues to increase. In 2017, global revenue increased to $77 billion with 268 billion global app downloads. The estimated mobile app revenue was $35 billion in 2014, $45 billion in 2015 and $58 billion in 2016. The number of free apps downloaded in 2017 was 254 billion, up from 57.33 billion in 2012, and mobile development is one of the most actively growing sectors in the industry. Gross annual revenue from mobile apps was projected to exceed $189 billion by 2020.
The “app gap”, in which enterprises can’t meet the internal demand for writing mobile apps, is getting even worse, in large part because of the rapid rise of the Internet of Things (IoT). Recent research gives evidence that enterprise needs for IoT drives demand for mobile app developers. Ireland is not immune to the shortage in mobile app developers. Irelands National Skills Bulletin 2017 identified mobile app development as a key areas in which there was a skills deficit.
The EU student contribution applies annually to all free fee eligible students and the current rate is €3,000 per annum. To avail of the funding EU students must meet the criteria of the free fees schemes, as determined by the university a student is attending.
Application deadline for EU students is February 1.
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