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  • Ireland's political, theatrical and artistic center
  • Ideally located for travel to England, Scotland and throughout Ireland
Tentative Dates
  • June 10 to July 24, 2010
Program Organization
Academic Program
  • "Irish General Studies" Program**
  • Instruction by Irish professors
  • 6 IU credits for any 2 courses:
    • Contemporary Irish Drama (ENG-L 369) AH
    • Europe's Tiger Economy (ECON-E 309) SH
    • History of Ireland: 1798-1922 (HIST-B 300) SH, CS-B
    • Irish Literature in the Last 100 Years: Identity, Selfhood and the State (ENG-OS 100*) AH
    • Northern Irish Troubles: 1969-1999 (POLS-Y 362 or HIST-OS 100*) SH
    • Writing on the Wall (CMCL-OS 300 or ENG-OS 100*)
  • Theater visits, city tours, optional field trip to County Clare and scenic Cliffs of Moher

* -OS 100 (-OS 300) is the default designation to identify overseas study recorded as 100-level (300-level) undistributed credit that can count in total hours toward graduation and may be able to satisfy major, minor, or distributional requirements with the approval of participant?s school or the department

** Note: IU selectively co-sponsors IES program offerings, including the one described on this page, but not all IES tracks/offerings. Please contact Overseas Study for clarification.

Housing
  • Apartments located in various residential areas of central Dublin. Apartments are shared by four to 10 U.S. students and are fully furnished, including a computer with subsidized Internet access and kitchen facilities.
Additional Program Information
Eligibility

You may apply if you

  • are a degree candidate at any Indiana University campus who is making normal academic progress,
  • are in at least your third full-time semester of college
  • are academically prepared for courses available on this program (primarily 300-level social sciences and humanities courses), and
  • have an overall cumulative GPA of approximately 3.0
Complete eligibility criteria and selection criteria are outlined within the Academic Policies and Procedures of the Office of Overseas Study. Selection is based on maturity, seriousness of purpose, and appropriateness of match between program and applicant. Students on disciplinary probation during program period are not eligible.
Financial Aid
How to Apply for this Program

Application Deadline

  • Summer 2010: February 1, 2010

IU committee screens applications.

Notification of application status sent electronically within 4 weeks of application deadline.

Estimated Costs

Summer 2010

  • IU portion of fee: $365
  • IES portion of fee: $6,450 (academic fees, housing, orientation, field trip, health insurance)
  • Meals: $670
  • International airfare: $950
  • See IU Fee Sheet for additional cost and payment details.

Personal expenses and vacation travel additional.

Initial prepayment of $500 due March 12, 2010.