Ireland

Discover Ireland’s rich history and culture. Wander through cosmopolitan cities and breathtaking green landscapes. Make unforgettable memories in the ‘Land of a Thousand Welcomes.’

Ireland is a captivating destination. Students from across the globe are drawn by the majestic castles, vibrant music scene, folk culture, traditional food and drink (think iconic Irish beer Guinness), and the famously warm welcome bestowed by the Irish.

"We eventually exposed what we thought was a robber’s trench from the quarry of stone in the previous centuries."

Check out some of Ireland's top destintations

Guinness Storehouse, Dublin

A trip to Dublin isn’t complete without visiting the Guinness Storehouse. This seven-storey, interactive visitor attraction celebrates Irish history while charting the 250-year heritage of Ireland’s world-famous beer. The experience culminates in the Gravity Bar with a complimentary pint of Guinness. Situated on the seventh floor, this rooftop bar offers unrivalled city views. 

Cliffs of Moher

Ascending vertically above the rugged coastline of West County Clare, the Cliffs of Moher span nearly 8 miles and exceed 700ft at the point of O’Brien’s Tower. This must-see area of natural beauty has long-inspired creatives and is a site of significance for ornithology, conservation, and geology. Browse the award-winning, eco-friendly visitor centre nestled within a cave-like structure reminiscent of Tolkien’s ‘Hobbiton’ and the UNESCO GeoPark. 

Blarney Castle and the Blarney Stone

Blarney Castle and the Blarney Stone

Blarney Castle was built nearly six centuries ago by Cormac MacCarthy, one of Ireland’s greatest chieftains. This national treasure houses the mythical Blarney Stone within its high towers. Imbued by legend with the power to impart the ‘Gift of the Gab’ (eloquence) on whoever might kiss it, the Blarney Stone has attracted pilgrimages for over 200 years.

Kilkenny

Kilkenny

Located on the banks of the River Nore, Kilkenny’s narrow winding streets and traditional architecture fuse nostalgic old-world charm with bustling markets, shops, and an exciting array of restaurants. Highlights include walking the Mediaeval Mile and a visit to Kilkenny Castle. 

Dingle

Dingle

Visit the magnificent Dingle Peninsula, and you’ll understand why the area is the location for several Hollywood blockbusters, including two Star Wars films. Thirty miles of dramatic coastline with sandy beaches, headlands, and towering cliffs are framed by mountain ranges. Discover picture-postcard villages steeped in Irish culture where native Gaelic is spoken alongside modern languages.      

Why Ireland?

Discover Ireland’s rich history and culture. Wander through cosmopolitan cities and breathtaking green landscapes. Make unforgettable memories in the ‘Land of a Thousand Welcomes.’

Ireland is a captivating destination. Students from across the globe are drawn by the majestic castles, vibrant music scene, folk culture, traditional food and drink (think iconic Irish beer Guinness), and the famously warm welcome bestowed by the Irish.

County Dublin

Visit Ireland’s capital. A top-ranking destination for international study and one of the friendliest cities on the planet. 

Dublin is a culturally diverse powerhouse steeped in history with a lively music, festival, and pub scene. Easily accessible, the city is also an ideal base for exploring Europe. 

Our programmes:

  • Customised Faculty-led Programmes
  • Internships
  • Semesters
Temple Bar, Dublin

County Kildare

Known as the ‘Thoroughbred County’, Kildare is a wish-come-true destination for students with a love of equine.

County Kildare is a front-runner with enchanting towns, picturesque landscapes and waterways, traveller attractions to suit every interest, and a bevy of famous racecourses.

Our programmes:

  • Customised Faculty-led Programmes
  • Internships

County Donegal

Breathtaking scenery, miles of coastline, and home of Ireland’s Surf Capital.

County Donegal is a winning destination for nature lovers, outdoorsy types, and adrenaline junkies.

Our programmes:

  • Internships
  • Service Learning
  • Customised Faculty-led Programmes
Donegal rocky coastline in Study abroad program

County Limerick

A patchwork of historical highlights and magnificent scenery with bang up-to-date attractions to suit every interest.

County Limerick has it all. From Ireland’s most talked about archaeological findings and conservation areas to lively cities popping with cultural delights, live music, and entertainment venues.

Our programmes:

  • Internships
  • Customised Faculty-led Programmes
  • Semesters
  • Summer School

County Galway

Historic County Galway is well known for its rich ancestry and culture. As one of the Emerald Isle’s least populated regions, tourists are drawn by its mountains, peninsulas, islands, and lakes.

Visit Galway city to experience a vibey blend of multicultural attractions and traditional Irish realness.

Our programmes:

  • Internships
  • Service Learning
  • Customised Faculty-led Programmes
Galway