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The Dublin Internship Program for 2011 has been cancelled. Please contact the Education Abroad office for more information.
The rich history and culture of Ireland experienced through the lens of an internship will offer you an extraordinary opportunity to integrate into Irish life. You’ll beneﬁt greatly by fine-tuning your communication skills and developing practical professional skills. Students are placed with well-known companies in many industry sectors, as well as with smaller innovative organizations. You’ll live in student residences and be provided with many social and cultural opportunities to explore Dublin.
From politics to the arts, the internship team can provide a broad spectrum of intellectually engaging internships based on your field of interest, internship goals, and skills. Here are just a FEW of the industries available in Dublin:
As a complement to your internship, all students will complete the following course components to earn the five credits towards your degree:
You’ll live in Shanowen Square, a newly built apartment complex especially designed for student use. The fully furnished apartments consist of 3 to 5 single bedrooms with private bathrooms, a shared kitchen and living area, Internet connections and on-site laundry facilities. Located approximately three miles from the Dublin city centre, across from the campus of Dublin City University in the Glasnevin/Santry neighborhood, Shanowen Square is well served by public transportation.
Need-based scholarships and grants form $500 to $750 are available. Contact your Student Financial Services counselor.
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EUSA internships in Dublin offer students the chance to work with internationally recognized companies, as well as national and European organizations, while experiencing the warmth and individual attention of a small, welcoming city.
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