Institute for the International Education of Students:
IES Dublin Semester/Academic Year Program
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||IES Dublin Semester/Academic Year Program
||Since 1950, IES has been building quality study abroad programs and introducing U.S. students to new places, studies, and ways of thinking. A non-profit educational organization, IES offers high academic standards and extensive financial aid in almost 30 programs throughout the world.
IES Dublin balances the study of history and culture, particularly of rural Ireland, with the analysis of recent rapid economic growth and development, a flourishing Irish literary scene, dramatically changing roles for women and the politics of post colonialism. IES courses are available in a range of disciplines and include field study in Dublin and its environs.
Students may also enroll in courses for foreign students at the Newman School of Irish Studies at University College Dublin. Qualified full-year students may enroll in the European Union Honors Program or the Natural Science Honors Program, taking all courses at Trinity College. Qualified spring semester students may enroll directly at Trinity College in business and economics courses, or in chemistry, physics, biology, environmental science and mathematics courses. The IES Dublin academic center is centrally located on St. Stephen's Green in Newman House, the original site of University College Dublin. The program enrolls approximately 30 students each semester.
Highlights: * Housing in student apartments and homestays.
* Full-integration option at University of Dublin Trinity College, full-year European Union Honors Program, or Hilary and Trinity terms (January-June) in Economics, Business Studies, Sociology, Political Science, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Environmental Studies.
* Internships and service learning opportunities in the Spring semester.
* Field study in Dublin and its environs.
* Field research in one of three or four sites in Ireland, with possible sites including the Boyne Valley, the rural West and Northern Ireland.
- Art History
- Art/ Fine Arts
- Biological sciences
- Biology (General)
- Botany (Plant Sciences)
- Comparative Literature
- English Literature
- Environmental Studies
- Liberal Arts (misc. Arts and Science)
- Literature/literary studies
- Management studies/science
- Political Science, Politics
- Religious Studies
- Theater, Drama, Performing Arts, Dance
- Theatre/media production
- Urban studies
||Visit www.IESabroad.org for pricing information. (US Dollars)
|Included in Cost:
||Tuition (19 credits maximum per semester), Orientation field trip, Housing, Internship placement, if applicable, Up two supplementary courses at St. Patrick's College or EBS, Full-integration/full-time at EBS, DCU, and UCD
Partial-integration/full-time at the Gaiety School of Acting, 9-credit Drama Studies course option at University College Dublin, Trinity full-integration/full-time, On-site IES staff, Emergency medical evacuation insurance coverage, including a 24-hour traveler's assistance help-line, Personal IES Representative available for pre-departure support, IES Get SET! Pre-departure guide and the IES Family Guide