||YOU + STUDYING ABROAD IN DUBLIN
Ready to make the Celtic Tiger purr? Ireland boasts one of the highest standards of living in Europe, so it’s no surprise that Dublin consistently ranks as one of the most popular study abroad destinations. Whether you want to adopt a lyrical accent, explore the natural beauty of the coast, steep in history amidst the hustle and bustle of Dublin’s city center, or work with trendsetting technology, the vast diversity of this powerful island allows for endless study abroad possibilities.
While Dublin may still be better known for its shadowy pubs and freshly-poured Guinness than its tech scene, things are changing quickly as Internet heavyweights like Google, Facebook, and Twitter have set up shop next to scrappy startups like SumUP and Dropbox. But if you’re more interested in old lit than high tech while studying abroad in Dublin, have no fear. Though the Trinity College Library is already enough to make any bookworm’s heart soar, your walks between classes will be in the footsteps of Beckett, Joyce, Wilde, and Swift. Time to pen your own travel tales!
Ireland’s international impact extends far beyond the bookshelf. It’s a nation of mythic beauty, historical intrigue, and cultural integrity — and its rate of global influence shows no signs of stopping. Throw in staggering cliffs, salty-fresh sea air, first-rate education, rainbows, hearty pub food, and yes, sheep, the only question you’re left with is: which Irish university do I choose for studying abroad in Ireland?
Directly enroll at one of these popular universities in Ireland for international students with FIE programs in Dublin:
We won’t leave you hanging — while you study abroad in Dublin at your institution of choice, the resident staff at FIE Dublin will be on-hand to provide guidance and a wide variety of resources. Your housing, health and safety support, and extra-curricular activities are coordinated, all with the same goal of supporting your immersion into an authentically Irish way of life.
DID YOU KNOW?
- Dublin was settled by the Vikings in the 9th-century
- The city covers a land area of 44.5 square miles
- Dublin has the youngest population in Europe - 50% of the population is under 25 years-old.
- "The Book of Kells," written around 800 AD, can be seen at Trinity College Dublin
- 10-million pints of Guinness are produced daily in Dublin
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