• Ireland

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Host Family


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Price Details
Connecticut College will award each student 8 semester credit units (12 quarter units). Tuition includes credit units, and room and board.
Jul 19, 2019
Jun 14, 2018
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About Program

The Blackfriary Community Archaeology Project is a unique, hands-on opportunity for students to excavate the buried remains of a 13th century Dominican friary in the town of Trim, County Meath, Ireland. By ascertaining who was buried at the Black Friary, where they were buried and when, the bioarchaeological research will inform our understanding of the long-term relationship between the local townspeople and the friary. For more information visit the field school website.

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Yes, I recommend this program


IFR itself was great! I loved the site that I was working at and I had such an amazing experience in Ireland!
I could have used a little more guidance with the process of making travel arrangements and the application process was not very user-friendly, but I was able to figure everything out!
Overall, I think field schools are incredible experiences and would recommend that everyone try to have a study abroad experience!!

What would you improve about this program?
Make the application process more user-friendly and make sure all of the hosts are ready and able to receive study abroad students.
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