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Griffith College, Ireland

Offered by SUNY Brockport

Ireland

Locations:  Ireland (Dublin)

Griffith College is Ireland's largest independent third-level institution located in the heart of Dublin. Situated on a seven-acre campus within a mile of St. Stephen's Green on Dublin's South Circular Road, it enjoys a strong national and growing international reputation. Students in Brockport's program have the opportunity to choose courses within many disciplines, including journalism, media studies, hospitality and tourism, business and management, accounting, finance, international law, computing, design, and architecture. Dublin has been the largest and most important city in Ireland for more than 1,000 years. Students will stay in residence halls on campus near the city center. Contemporary Dublin is an exciting mid of the old and the new. With the youngest population of any European city, Dublin has a very lively social, art, and cultural scene. Dublin and its outer regions accommodate approximately one-half of Ireland's population, so it is not an exaggeration to say it is the center of politics, culture, history, music, literature, and the economy of Ireland.

Language of Instruction:  English

Eligibility: 2.5 GPA

Program Type: Study Abroad


Term Information
Term Undergraduate Credits Graduate Credits Application Deadline
Fall 15 N/A May 1
Spring 15 N/A October 15

Winter in Ireland

Offered by Stony Brook University

Ireland

Locations:  Ireland (Dublin, Kilkenny, Galway, Belfast)

Ireland's rich cultural heritage endured the colonial period and then the more recent post industrial eras as one of the "Celtic Tigers." Students will begin their exploration in Galway, then heading to the site of one of the first English Plantations - Kilkenny. The trip wraps up in Dublin, the capital of this flourishing nation. Through visits to cliffs and castles, cathedrals and tombs, fortresses and museums, mountains and more, students will explore the vibrant history and culture of Ireland.

Please visit the SBU study abroad website for more details.

http://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/studyabroad/outgoing/programs/winter/ireland.html

Academic Fields:  Area, Ethnic, Cultural, And Gender Studies; History

Language of Instruction:  English

Eligibility: Good academic standing (2.0 cumulative GPA or higher)

Program Type: Faculty Led


Term Information
Term Undergraduate Credits Graduate Credits Application Deadline
Winter (3 Weeks) 4 - 4 N/A October 1

University College Cork

Offered by SUNY Cortland

Ireland

Locations:  Ireland (Cork)

The University College Cork is located near the center of Cork city, the second largest city in the Republic of Ireland. It is one of four constituent universities of the Federal National University of Ireland. Faculties at UCC include Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences; Business and Law; Medicine and Health; and Science, Engineering and Food Science. Year-long students may earn a Certificate in Irish studies. In the fall, students enroll in an Early Start Semester option that runs through September, prior to the beginning of the semester classes beginning in October. Early Start options include study in Irish history, literature, archeology, folklore & ethnology, music, management & business in the EU, and law.

During the summer, students may study for 4 weeks at University College Cork in its prestigious International Summer School in Irish Studies. In this program, students will earn 6 credits (3 credits in Irish Literature and 3 credits in Irish History). The program includes mandatory, guided study tours which give students the opportunity to explore Ireland's pristine countryside and visit the places studied in the program's lectures and seminars.

The city of Cork was named "The 2005 European Capital of Culture" and is a vibrant center of activity for students and locals. The university offers excellent student services through its International Education Office located on campus.

Academic Fields:  Biological And Biomedical Sciences (Biology, General) ; Business, Management, Marketing, And Related Support Services (Business/Managerial Economics) ; Communication, Journalism, And Related Programs (Communication and Media Studies) ; Education (Education, General) ; English Language And Literature/Letters (English Language and Literature, General) ; Foreign Languages, Literatures, And Linguistics (Romance Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics) ; History; Mathematics And Statistics; Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies (International/Global Studies) ; Philosophy And Religious Studies; Physical Sciences (Chemistry) ; Physical Sciences (Geological and Earth Sciences/Geosciences) ; Physical Sciences (Physics) ; Psychology; Social Sciences (Anthropology) ; Social Sciences (Archeology) ; Social Sciences (Economics) ; Social Sciences (Geography and Cartography) ; Social Sciences (Political Science and Government) ; Social Sciences (Social Sciences, General) ; Social Sciences (Sociology) ; Visual And Performing Arts (Drama/Theatre Arts and Stagecraft) ; Visual And Performing Arts (Fine and Studio Art) ; Visual And Performing Arts (Music) ; Visual And Performing Arts (Visual and Performing Arts, General)

Language of Instruction:  English

Eligibility: Qualified Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors with a minimum 3.0 GPA for Fall/Spring; 2.85 GPA for summer. Must be in good academic standing.

Program Type: Study Abroad


Term Information
Term Undergraduate Credits Graduate Credits Application Deadline
Fall (16 Weeks with Early Start) 12 - 18 12 - 18 April 15
Spring (Semester - 18 Weeks) 12 - 18 12 - 18 October 15
Summer (4 Weeks) 6 - 6 6 - 6 March 13

University of Limerick

Offered by SUNY New Paltz

Ireland

Locations:  Ireland (Limerick)

Among the rolling hills and temperate climate of Ireland is Limerick, a thriving, modern city that is the fourth largest in Ireland. It is there that students receive a comprehensive overview of Irish life and culture. The pursuit of excellence in teaching and research is the prime mission of the University of Limerick. Regular university courses are available from the university's programs in business, education, engineering, humanities, informatics and electronics, and science. Students in the multi-disciplinary Irish Studies program explore Irish language and literature, history, folklore, traditional music, politics, and sociology. A series of off-campus activities such as concerts, field trips to Dublin, and weekend excursions in the west of Ireland form an integral part of the program. The Irish Studies summer school schedule includes 45 class hours, 3 all day excursions, and assessments. Students choose from one of the following course options: 1. "Irish Life and Literature" - comprises three inter-related topics that provide the student with a comprehensive and rounded insight into the evolution of modern society: the History of Modern Ireland, Irish Literature in English, and Irish Folklore and Folklife. 2. "Sociological Perspectives on Irish Society": For students of sociology, social anthropology, social policy, and cultural studies. Topics included are: Globalization and social change, mass media, immigration and racism, gender, exclusion, and inequality. 3. The "Visual Culture in Ireland" Summer School focuses on history, art history, art and film studies, covering the development of Irish and European art from the medieval to the modern. Other courses may be added.

Academic Fields:  Business, Management, Marketing, And Related Support Services; Education; English Language And Literature/Letters; Foreign Languages, Literatures, And Linguistics; History; Mathematics And Statistics; Remedial Education; Technology Education/Industrial Arts

Language of Instruction:  English

Eligibility: Sophomores and above with a GPA of 2.9 or higher

Program Type: Study Abroad


Term Information
Term Undergraduate Credits Graduate Credits Application Deadline
Fall 12 - 15 N/A April 1
Spring 12 - 15 N/A October 1
Summer 3 N/A March 1
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