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Study abroad with the Institute for Study Abroad at University College Cork! What University College Cork has to offer •A great place to study Irish culture •A research-led curriculum taught by world-class academics •A beautiful, wooded campus ... read more

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100000% worth it. I gain a better perspective on the world and many cultures, while creating life long friendships! - University of St. Thomas - Minnesota View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with IFSA-Butler: Cork - University College Cork
Typical to the stereotype, I learned how to handle my drink. It was a good environment for me, as an international student, but the drinking culture for late teens and young adults is full of peer pressure. Home-grown in Texas, in a land-locked area, it was beautiful to see the sea as often as I did. It was also stunning to se... - Austin College View Entire Review
I became very independent. There were a lot of times that I had to depend completely on myself when something bad happened and I learned a lot more about myself as a result. It was definitely a worthwhile experience. - Fordham University View Entire Review
Of course it was! Everyday is a learning experience! - Berea College View Entire Review
I would not trade my experiences. I was able to make great friends and I feel like I became much more independent while overseas. My studies at UCC have changed my academic plans for the future and distance from home gives you a great opportunity to think things through on your own. - Western Washington University View Entire Review
It was definitely worthwhile. I learned a lot about myself and how capable I am of dealing with unfamiliar situations and became much more confident in my independence, as well as learned about a different culture and way of life. - Western Washington University View Entire Review
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This was a bad choice for my personal circumstances and preferences. - Austin College View Entire Review
I learned a lot about myself. The first few weeks were very difficult for me because I had never been that far away from everything I know. I learned that I am more self-sufficient than I thought I could be. I am now much more confident in myself and my abilities. I also learned to adopt the important philosophy of life that t... - Trinity University View Entire Review
I learned that being open to every new experience is key. I learned that talking to the locals is the absolutely best way to learn new things. Certainly worth while. - New Mexico State University View Entire Review
After studying in Ireland, I will be writing my Honors Thesis on the Northern Ireland Conflict. I learned how to live, travel, and adapt in a totally new environment. I loved everyone I met and every place I visited. - Tulane University View Entire Review
Completely and so immensely so, worhtwhile! - Providence College View Entire Review

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Study abroad with the Institute for Study Abroad at University College Cork!

What University College Cork has to offer

•A great place to study Irish culture

•A research-led curriculum taught by world-class academics

•A beautiful, wooded campus with a Tudor Gothic quadrangle and excellent new facilities

•A welcoming, friendly environment with more than 100 clubs and societies to meet your fellow students

•On-campus health service, chaplaincy center, restaurants, two bars, a bank, student travel office, indoor sports complex and outdoor playing fields

•A hub for the arts, including a well-known Irish Traditional Music Society

•A main university restaurant and other snack venues on campus

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Internship
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Summer
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
Instruction Language(s):
  • English
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Biology and Biomedical Sciences
  • Environmental Studies
  • Ecology, Evolution Biology
  • Health/Medical Preparatory Programs
  • Celtic Languages, Literature
  • Health Sciences General
  • Economics
  • Ethnic, Cultural Minority, Gender, and Group Studies
  • Cultural Studies
  • Chemistry
  • Anthropology
  • Foreign Languages and Literatures
  • Irish Studies
  • Creative Writing
  • Legal Studies
  • Accounting
  • Computer Science
  • Human Biology
  • Behavioral Sciences
  • Art History, Criticism and Conservation
  • Drama, Theater, Theatre Arts
  • Business
  • Global Studies
  • Agriculture
  • Architecture
Minimum GPA:
2.8
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IFSA Scholarships

Any student applying to an IFSA-Butler program can apply for our general scholarship awards, which are $500 for a summer program, $1,500 for semester study, and $2,000 for the full year. We also offer special opportunities such as First Generation College Student scholarships and a Fill the GAP study abroad savings program that matches contributions up to $1,000. Plus, any student attending a public institution or an MSI (minority serving institution) is automatically eligible for either the IFSA State School Grant or the IFSA MSI Grant. Both are worth $2,000 off the program price.

$2,000

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Coincides with program deadlines

Guidelines/Requirements:
Any student who applies for an IFSA-Butler program may apply for a scholarship by completing a scholarship application. This is separate from the general IFSA-Butler program application.

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