Study Abroad in Ireland

study abroad ireland summer

Ireland is a small country with a rich cultural heritage, postcard-perfect scenery, and a number of world-class universities. For decades, students from all over the world have traveled to Ireland to study. While most people aren’t fluent in Irish, students can still learn the language and try their hand at the brogue, the lyrical cadence of the Irish language. Even if you’re not fluent in Irish, you can take classes taught in English. There are many English-speaking universities in the country, which means that students can speak the language and participate in classes taught in their own language.

If you are interested in learning more about Irish culture, consider taking classes at University College Dublin. The Irish Culture and Literature program includes a week of lectures on campus before departing for a field trip in Galway. The course also includes time for independent exploration. Students can explore the city and get to know local people.

The Dublin Summer Program is a unique experience for students interested in learning more about the history and culture of the country. This intensive program allows students to experience the best of Ireland in a short period of time. In addition to studying Irish history and culture, students can also take a 2nd Theology course. Throughout the program, students can expect to learn about Ireland’s history and current political situation from faculty members like Kevin Whelan, Director of Dublin Global Gateway, and Fr. Gary Chamberland, Director of the Newman Centre for Faith and Reason.


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