CISabroad (Center for International Studies): Dublin - Semester in Dublin

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Take advantage of studying at one of the best universities in Ireland and living in one of the best cities around. Get to know local Irish students, and you will surely fall in love with this city of history, tradition, and subtle sophistication. ... read more

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A student studying abroad with CISabroad (Center for International Studies): Dublin - Semester in Dublin
January 25, 2019 Time Of My Life
Dublin was extremely multi-cultural so I was able to learn about so many different types of cultures from around the world and get a better understanding of cultural differences. It was 100% worthwhile. - University of South Alabama View Entire Review
I gained a further degree of independence. It was incredibly worthwhile. - The College of New Jersey View Entire Review
Never sit at home whenever something else is going on. Get out of your comfort zone and see what else is out there. It was 100% worth it. - Mount Aloysius College View Entire Review
It was absolutely worthwhile. I'll be going abroad again in the future, without a doubt. - Longwood University View Entire Review
My study abroad experience was worth it 200%!! It was the best experience of my life so far! I was able to meet so many people from all over the world and connect with them on many levels. My time abroad made me much more aware of world politics, economy, sports, and travel. There is much more out there than what surrounds yo... - University of New Haven View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with CISabroad (Center for International Studies): Dublin - Semester in Dublin
Studying abroad made me learn so much about myself and what I want to do with my life after I graduate. It helped me experience life outside America, and gave me an idea of what different countries value and how they function. - Boise State University View Entire Review
Past Review Unforgettable.
I went to see if I could live in Ireland for good and to see if I could handle their academics. I was successful at both. I was able to travel throughout Europe at such a low rate (Ryanair) and saw so many cultures within 8 months. I went to France, Spain, Scotland, and different parts of Ireland. I wouldn't give that up for the... - West Chester University of Pennsylvania View Entire Review
It was worthwhile in the sense that I will never go into a program without knowing who I am living with. - University of Maine at Orono View Entire Review
Yes, my experience was worth while. Academically maybe not, but the friends I have made and the travels and tours I have done made it all worth it. - Winona State University View Entire Review
Yes! I want to go back!! - Bay Path College View Entire Review

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Take advantage of studying at one of the best universities in Ireland and living in one of the best cities around. Get to know local Irish students, and you will surely fall in love with this city of history, tradition, and subtle sophistication. Semester in Dublin is modeled on the US university experience, so you’ll have less educational culture shock while studying at Dublin City University. Many of your 10,000 fellow students come from around the world. You can learn from them in and out of the classroom and have friends to visit across the globe after your semester abroad!

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
Instruction Language(s):
  • English
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Business
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Psychology
  • Mathematics, Statistics
Minimum GPA:
3.0
Year Founded:
2000
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CISabroad / Center for International Studies Scholarships

This award is intended for students within the LGBTQIA+ community, as part of CIS Abroad’s commitment to Generation Study Abroad. Studying abroad as an LGBTQIA+ or gender nonconforming student brings an additional set of challenges and options to consider. There are some questions you may want to ask yourself, and research to be done, before choosing a study abroad program – but our LGBTQIA+ students have amazing experiences abroad and often find local LGBTQIA+ communities to be a part of. Recipients will select from a variety of mediums to share their story while abroad, in addition to submitting a photo testimonial.

Up to $500

Deadlines:
Spring: October 1 Summer: March 1 Fall: April 1

Guidelines/Requirements:
Candidates who meet the academic requirements will have their applications forwarded to the scholarship committee who will judge their application based on academic merit and a written essay. All scholarships and grants are only awarded to participants of CIS Abroad programs.

This award is intended to benefit students of color, who are traditionally underrepresented within education abroad. We aim to widen the diversity of our community of interns and students abroad and foster equity in access to these experiences. If you identify as biracial, multiracial, Black, African & African American, Caribbean American, Latinx / Chican@ / Hispanic, Asian & Asian American, Native, Pacific Islander, or another minoritized racial/ethnic identity not listed, we invite you to apply. In your application essay, tell us about how your identity will impact your experience abroad. Recipients will select from a variety of mediums to share their story while abroad, in addition to submitting a photo testimonial.

Up to $500

Deadlines:
Spring: October 1 Summer: March 1 Fall: April 1

Guidelines/Requirements:
Candidates who meet the academic requirements will have their applications forwarded to the scholarship committee who will judge their application based on academic merit and a written essay. All scholarships and grants are only awarded to participants of CIS Abroad programs.

This award is intended for students in a Greek Life organization who need help covering the cost of membership dues while abroad. In keeping with the philanthropic values of Greek Life organizations, recipients should plan to participate in at least one self-directed volunteer opportunity while abroad and produce content (ex. a blog post or video) related to that experience, in addition to other selections.

Up to $500

Deadlines:
Spring: October 1 Summer: March 1 Fall: April 1

Guidelines/Requirements:
Candidates who meet the academic requirements will have their applications forwarded to the scholarship committee who will judge their application based on academic merit and a written essay. All scholarships and grants are only awarded to participants of CIS Abroad programs.

We understand first-generation students face additional barriers to studying and interning abroad. In fact, many staff members at CIS Abroad are also first-generation college students. This scholarship is intended to help fund the visa process, flights, and international housing for students who are among the first from their family to go to college. Recipients will share their story of learning and exploration while abroad with a photo gallery and their choice of travel vlog, blogging, or an Instagram takeover.

Up to $500

Deadlines:
Spring: October 1 Summer: March 1 Fall: April 1

Guidelines/Requirements:
Candidates who meet the academic requirements will have their applications forwarded to the scholarship committee who will judge their application based on academic merit and a written essay. All scholarships and grants are only awarded to participants of CIS Abroad programs.

This award is intended for students who demonstrate excellence in their academic major. While abroad, recipients will use a variety of channels (video, blogging, photos) to share how studying/interning abroad is enriching their academic or professional career, in addition to submitting a photo testimonial.

$250

Deadlines:
Spring: October 1 Summer: March 1 Fall: April 1

Guidelines/Requirements:
Candidates who meet the academic requirements will have their applications forwarded to the scholarship committee who will judge their application based on academic merit and a written essay. All scholarships and grants are only awarded to participants of CIS Abroad programs.

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