Ireland, Dublin Internship

Ireland, Dublin

May 28 - July 25, 2020

Program Highlights

  • Develop a global perspective with an internship in Dublin, Ireland
  • Live within walking distance of the city center in self-catered student residences
  • Experience Dublin, an edgy capital city whose global influence knows no bounds

Course and Program Information

Course Name: International Internship

Course Number: SA 397

Credit Number: 1-4 credits 

Designation: Experiential Learning (EL)

Spend your summer in an international non-paid internship in one of the most vibrant cities in the world, Dublin, Ireland. As the modern business landscape is all about globalization, international markets, and benefiting the public good, there’s never been a better time to make your resume standout than by jumpstarting your career with an internship at a small-to-medium company in Dublin.

While on this internship program, you will complete an internship placement with a small to mid-sized company in Dublin, which is a pre-professional, field-based experience coupled with an academic course with our partner Foundation for Internation Education (FIE). The internship will occur for at least 4 days a week for two months.  Possible internship placement areas include: Accountancy & Finance, Communications, Graphic & Web Design, Business Adminstration, Economics, Charity & Non-profits, History & Cultural Organizations, Human Resources, Media, Information Technology, Advertising, PR & Marketing, Legal & Justice Organizations, Sports, and Travel & Tourism.

Through FIE's internship placements, you have the opportunity to build professional skills, increase industry knowledge and experience working in a different culture and in a major global city.  All internship placements are procured by FIE, so students will not need to find their own internship.

Program Cost & Financial Considerations

The estimated program fee is $6,100. Additionally, students will pay the cost of 1-4 CSB/SJU credit(s) at the reduced summer tuition rate (estimated at $635 per credit). 

The program fee includes:

  • Housing while the program is in session
  • Program administrative costs and fees
  • CISI Medical & Evacuation Insurance

The program fee does not include:

  • Passport Application fee ($145)
  • Non-program travel or housing
  • Roundtrip airfare
  • Food/Meal expenses
  • Personal expenses

The Short-Term Abroad Financing Brochure includes estimates for the items not included in the program fee. If accepted in the Global Fellowship Program, a $1,000 Fellowship award is applied to your program. Please note, Global Fellows are not eligible for the CSB global scholarship, but are eligible for other external scholarships.

See which Scholarships you may qualify for with participating on this program. 

Accommodations

Participants on the Ireland-Dublin program will live in furnished flats (apartments). In the flat, there are single sex bedrooms, but the kitchen and living rooms areas are shared by FIE students. Also residing in the same building, are other US or International students. Meals are not included in the program fee, but students have access to shared furnished kitchen facilities in the student residence. This housing option is about a 20-30 minute walk to the heart of the city. Wireless Internet access is available in all buildings.

Explore Further

  • Program Advisor: Joy Ruis, Center for Global Education