• Ireland
    • Dublin
Fall, Spring, Summer
Subject Areas
Advertising Anthropology Art History Arts Business Communications Criminal Justice Economics English Film Finance Geography Global Studies History International Business International Relations Journalism Literature Marketing Media Relations Performing Arts Political Science Public Relations Sociology Theater Tourism +16

Program Details

Program Type
Degree Level


Price Details
The Program Fee includes tuition, optional internship, housing, My Global Education cultural program, bus pass for Dublin city, excursions to Belfast, a hop-on hop-off bus tour of Dublin, and to the Cliffs of Moher (for semester students only), access to Griffith College Student Union, and medical/travel insurance, and CAPA support and services including a 24-hour emergency phone line.
What's Included
Accommodation Activities Classes Transportation Wifi
Jul 13, 2023
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About Program

History and technology nestle side by side in Europe’s “Silicon Valley”. Dublin is energetic and charming, home to both a thriving youth culture and a mind-blowing past, especially when it comes to literature and music. Centuries-old castles and cathedrals mingle with a vibrant street art scene, trendy restaurants and creative independent shops. Dublin has always been a draw for explorers and still is, as its diversity, global city status and impressive number of international students will attest.

The CAPA Dublin program is based at Griffith College where 77 different nationalities are represented. We are also pleased to offer online study abroad programs and remote global internships. Challenge yourself and go abroad (or online) with us. We have a good feeling that you’ll find a second home and an experience you’ll never forget.

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Questions & Answers

The best answer I can give is that it really depends on the program the student is looking at. Some locations and CAPA programs have the capacity to accept and house more students (such as Australia and England), where as others like the Dublin program I went on or the Florence program, tend to have smaller numbers. My abroad group consisted of about 40 students, but that was also a couple years...