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"Ordinary riches can be stolen, real riches cannot. In your soul are infinitely precious things that cannot be taken away from you." – Oscar Wilde.
There's some exciting new things going on at our Global Campus in Dublin and we can't wait to share! If you're looking to reconnect with your Irish heritage, study abroad in an English-speaking country, or you just want to enrich your soul – Ireland offers plenty of both traditional and contemporary culture and color.
We've added new courses to our to our International Business and Contemporary Perspectives on Ireland programs for Spring 2011, including:
• Economics of the European Union
• Entrepreneurship – The Art of Creative Business (with EU students)
• Photography in Dublin
• International Service Learning
Other courses carrying over from last semester include:
• Popular Culture
• Contemporary Irish Literature
• Communications and Global Competence
• Social & Economic Aspects of Ireland
• Ireland – Conflict Transformation and Reconciliation
• International Business
• International Marketing
• Cross-Cultural Management
We're pleased that our Global Campus in Dublin continues to be the affordable study abroad option for Ireland, as well as an opportunity to continue your college studies in an academic environment that more closely reflects your university's major and elective requirements. You won't get lost at our campus, and our faculty maintain an open-door policy that's hard to find at other European-style institutions.
"The Global Campus offers big school facilities in a small school atmosphere," says Francis Kelly, Campus Director in Dublin.
And with its prime location in the heart of Dublin, our Global Campus offers students easy access to museums, businesses and entertainment. With classes held Monday through Thursday, that also leaves you plenty of time to explore on your own – perhaps even do a little pond hopping and check out the London scene and other parts of Europe!
Right now, we're offering $1,000 toward airfare, or any travel through STA Travel, for Spring 2011 study abroad programs in Dublin, Ireland. Find out now how you can qualify.
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