Deep history, a wide variety of terrain and the unique charm of the Irish make study in this country a rich experience for the mind and soul.
“Although we spent just two days in Kilkenny, we had the chance to take in the Rock of Cashel, wandering through the ruins that showed more than any history book.”
When Ireland became part of the United Kingdom in 1801, a war of independence led to the division of Ireland into the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. But the two countries share history and culture that makes them a unique part of the British Isles.
You can choose from a two-week study tour in the Republic of Ireland or a semester or year abroad in Northern Ireland.