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The opportunity to study abroad in Dublin is calling!
Stroll along the River Liffey, visit Dublin Castle, and take in an Irish play at the Abbey Theatre. Enjoy the energetic music scene and lively theatre with your new local and international friends. (Did we mention that the Irish are known for their hospitality?) And when you need to get away, you’ll discover outdoor adventures just a short train or bus ride away.
No matter what your interest, IES Abroad has something for you in one of our many Dublin study abroad and programs—all designed to give you the quintessential Irish experience, and the adventure of a lifetime.
- You have an individual IES Abroad Program Advisor to guide you before your study abroad adventure. From visa requirements to travel details, they are your #1 resource for preparing to study abroad.
- Choose from a wide range of exciting classes.
- Get to know Dublin through extracurricular activities and cultural events.
- Explore Ireland on exciting IES Abroad field trips. Past destinations have included County Kerry, Galway, Glendalough, and Northern Ireland.
- Feel at home in Dublin in your furnished student apartment shared with two to four other IES Abroad students.
IES Abroad Scholarships and Financial Aid
As far as we're concerned, financial limitations shouldn't prevent you from studying abroad with us. That's why we offer more than $5 million in scholarships and aid.
Our Business, Entrepreneurship & Technology Program is designed to provide you with leadership, entrepreneurial, and digital skills in an immersive environment so you can capitalize on the business-friendly energy of Dublin. Foster the essential skills needed for developing new businesses through our courses in digital marketing and communications, global entrepreneurship, and negotiations. Meet technology experts who are designing new business models to succeed in this fast-paced industry.
This program is designed for students who seek intensive academic exposure to Ireland's political and social history, contemporary economic issues, and literary heritage. By combining coursework with study outside the classroom, you have the opportunity to discover the rich heritage of Ireland, as well as its contemporary culture through its art, theater, and film.
Through the study of contemporary Irish authors, as well as those of the past, our Writer’s Program is designed to inspire and challenge writers to elevate their skills to the next level. Whether you approach writing as a future vocation or as a creative outlet, our courses help you discover and explore your voice and hone your craft. From short story writing and the graphic novel to digital communication and writing for the screen, our courses cover a wide variety of styles and genres.
If you're interested in learning about Ireland's political and social history, contemporary economic issues, and literary heritage, this is the summer program for you. On our Summer Irish Studies Program, you'll discover the rich heritage of Ireland, as well as its contemporary culture through its art, theater, and film both in and outside the classroom.