• Ireland
    • Dublin

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Mar 08, 2022
Jun 13, 2018
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About Program

Intern in Dublin to experience the wondrous beauty, friendly people, and rich historic culture of Ireland. You will work directly with Irish co-workers, providing you with a truly immersive experience. With over 100 internship opportunities available, you are sure to find an internship in the field of your choice. Our internships are a minimum of six weeks; however, we encourage you to stay as long as possible!

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Program Highlights

  • Location! Dublin is a bustling cosmopolitan city, constantly growing with work opportunities. Our CISabroad staff will ensure you have the professional experience of a lifetime!
  • Custom-placement! You will do more than brew coffee and run errands for the boss. We work closely with interns to secure placements in the field of their choice.
  • Diversity! You will have the opportunity to work with interns from all around the world, while also working alongside local Irish professionals. Could you ask for a better immersion experience?
  • Extensive Network! You will leave your internship in Dublin with an extensive network of professionals, not to mention a glowing addition to your resume!
  • Excursions! You will have dozens of opportunities to explore Dublin and nearby areas so you get a more wholesome experience during your internship in Ireland.


CISabroad Scholarships

CISabroad Scholarships and Financial Aid

70% of all CISabroad students receive scholarships, grants, or discounts to study abroad. We're unapologetically committed to increasing access to international education for all students.

$250 - $500

Program Reviews

4.25 Rating
based on 4 reviews
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  • 4 rating 0%
  • 3 rating 0%
  • 2 rating 25%
  • 1 rating 0%
  • Growth 3.5
  • Support 4.5
  • Fun 3.5
  • Housing 4
  • Safety 4.75
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Yes, I recommend this program

Summer in Dublin

Everything about my trip was incredibly exciting. The only thing I would like to harshly review, is the program director in Ireland. It was a little sad because I really loved the staff in the US but the guy in Ireland was vey racist and did not believe in diversity. I wrote an article about it for my internship and it is linked here: http://www.metroeireann.com/news/914/diversity-brings-ireland-peace-not-creeping-islamification.html

What would you improve about this program?
Explained above.
41 people found this review helpful.
Response from CIS Abroad

We're glad to hear that you enjoyed your program overall. What you've described as the program director's actions do not reflect the values of CISabroad. We will be looking into this issue -thanks for bringing it to our attention.

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Yes, I recommend this program

Intern in Dublin

Overall my experience with CISabroad was amazing. The onsite director was helpful with any issues that I faced when it came to my place of work. It was reassuring to know that there was always someone that I could seek help from. Having the option to go on excursions was also a bonus which made the stay even better. My time in Ireland was great and the placement which started out questionable turned into the best experience I could have asked for. Definitely glad I took this journey with CISabroad.

What would you improve about this program?
The only improvement that could be made is the accommodation. I was placed in a random appartment with others which were not in the program. I found this strange and a little unsettling since there where others interns in another apartment with spare rooms during the time of my stay. However, as time passed I got use to it and loved my time in Dublin.
42 people found this review helpful.
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Yes, I recommend this program

Unfortunate and unusual circumstances.

It is hard for me to adequately review my experience. I went 2 weeks without power at my apartment. My first internship was at a museum with 13 other interns where a staff of 3 people oversaw us. Although, CIS reassigned me a new internship and reimbursed me for my time without power. It was very stressful and extra expensive. I am glad for the for the growth and learning experiences. However, the trip kind of sucked.

What would you improve about this program?
Obviously, make sure that the land lord pays the electric bill and do extra research on how many interns to employee ration.
45 people found this review helpful.
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Yes, I recommend this program

Intern in Dublin!

CISAbroad was extremely helpful during my entire 8-week experience in Dublin, Ireland. My on-site program coordinator wanted to know how my internship was going and would take all of the interns out to dinner and on excursions to make our experience amazing. I had a few challenges with my housing, it was CISAbroad's first time using the apartments that I lived in. Although it was at the perfect location, we had a few problems with our electricity and our housing would not fix it. CIS took all of the necessary steps to make sure we were all comfortable and reimbursed us for our troubles! With the money I received back from rent, I was able to go skydiving on my last week in Ireland! Overall, my experience with CISAbroad and Dublin was a 10/10 and I wouldn't change anything!

What would you improve about this program?
I loved this program. We had many excursions all over Ireland, some overnight, and some just day trips. We visited the Cliffs of Moher and Galway, Kilkenny and Wicklow county, and Belfast in Northern Ireland. I would have loved to go out of the country on a planned all-inclusive excursion with my CISAbroad program coordinator and all of the other interns. However, it just was not in the budget, which is understanding.
46 people found this review helpful.

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