Dublin Business School (DBS) - As Ireland's cosmopolitan capital and one of Europe’s most dynamic cities, Dublin is a center of the robust economy serving as a case study in how a country can go from rags to riches. Immaculata University has negotiated a favorable tuition/board rate which is published annually.
Term: four months
Sessions: fall, spring, early start programs
Who may apply: sophomore or above; 2.75 GPA
Fields of study: cultural studies, economics, film studies, journalism, literature and drama, media studies, philosophy, psychoanalysis, and psychology
Language of instruction: English, Irish
St. Mary’s University, London - As an overseas undergraduate student, you may wish to spend a semester or a full academic year at St. Mary's, studying undergraduate modules together with our home students and other international students. You can normally select four modules per semester within the undergraduate subject areas. The credits you receive for completing the modules will contribute toward your degree from your home university. As a study abroad student, you will be fully integrated into the academic and social life at St. Mary's.
Check out all the possibilities of study abroad with St. Mary’s at their site.
BEI (Business Education Initiative) Irish-American Scholar Program
Who may apply: Sophomore, junior, and senior students at U.S. church-related colleges and universities participating in the BEI Program during the current academic year may apply for full-tuition scholarships which are awarded on a competitive basis.
Spaces available: 20 semesters at Queens University, 20 semesters at University of Ulster, 10 semesters at Belfast Institute of Further and Higher Education (BIFHE). Preference will be given to students who commit for the full academic year.
Grade point requirements: Minimum of 3.2 on a 4.0 scale.
Irish schools: Queens University and the University of Ulster are internationally recognized. They do not offer study in all disciplines, but most U.S. students will find appropriate subjects on these campuses. BIFHE specializes in educating students with strong career goals in vocational areas such as business, marketing, computing, performing arts, and communication, and also in Irish studies. The programs and faculty are of high quality, and U.S. students can expect a fulfilling year.
More information about these institutions can be found below:
Read about one Immaculata student's experience in Ireland:
"Studying in Northern Ireland opened by eyes to an entirely new world of views, people, and experiences I truly thought I'd never be able to share in myself. Being immersed in a totally new place really helped me to grow personally, and seeing how another culture works opened my eyes to the world. Beware of study abroad though, because the travel bug will hit you... and it's extremely difficult to slow down, ha-ha. But if ever given the opportunity, just go for it and don't look back." - Maggie K. '09