Institute of Public Administration: Dublin - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

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Soon after its establishment, the IPA started to develop a series of international relationships making significant contribution to the strengthening of public administrations in developing African economies, notably in Zambia and Tanzania. While ... read more

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It has been absolutely wonderful, getting a chance to live in a different country that still offers some of the comforts of home. Language was not a problem which made the transition much easier. - Northeastern University View Entire Review
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Although my study abroad program in Dublin required to spend far more money than I would have wished to spend, the experience altogether was worth any trivial complications that occurred during my time there. - The Catholic University of America View Entire Review
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Study abroad experience was completely worthwhile, I was just not a fan of the program. I liked the faculty but there wasn't much else to it. I loved, loved, the people I interned with in the Dail, that was a great experience, but I wish they put us out more into the Irish culture. - The Catholic University of America View Entire Review

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Soon after its establishment, the IPA started to develop a series of international relationships making significant contribution to the strengthening of public administrations in developing African economies, notably in Zambia and Tanzania. While these links have been maintained right up to the present, our contribution to public administration internationally has developed over time and our portfolio of international projects has grown significantly. In the early 1990s, the Institute put a sharp focus on assisting Eastern and Central European countries in transforming their public apparatus as part of the EU accession process and has provided numerous capacity building and technical assistance projects for public administration, civil service and sister institutions generally.

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Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Public Administration
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