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University College Dublin [SAO]
Dublin, Ireland (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Academic Year,
Homepage: Click to visit
Fact Sheet:
Country: Ireland City: Dublin
Mininum GPA: 3.0 Class Status: 02-Sophomore, 03-Junior, 04-Senior
Internships: Possible
Academic Areas:
Accounting, Architecture, Art and Design, Art History, Arts, Biochemistry, Biological Sciences, Celtic/Irish Studies, Chemistry, Communication, Computer Science, Creative Writing, Economics, Engineering, Entrepreneurship, Exercise Science, Finance, Geography, History, Information and Decision Sciences, International Business, International Relations, Journalism, Kinesiology, Law and Justice, Management, Managerial Studies, Marketing, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Pre-Med, Psychology, Sociology, Statistics
Language of Instruction:
Program Description:
The University College Dublin Study Abroad Program is open to all undergraduate students outside the European Union. Students may attend for the Fall, the Spring,  the full academic year, or summer terms.The UCD Centre for Study Abroad provides a resource to all Study Abroad students studying at UCD promoting intellectual challenge, cultural immersion and individual growth. The Centre’s team comprises of coordinators from the UCD Colleges & Schools, each providing a structured and responsive service to students studying within their academic discipline.

Typically, Study Abroad students take six modules during a semester. Study Abroad students can take less than six modules per semester if they have the permission of their home university.  Modules are chosen from an extensive range available from UCD’s undergraduate degree programs. 

Learn more about Business, Science and Research modules. 

More information 

College of Arts, Celtic Studies and UCD College of Human Sciences
-Arts, Celtic Studies and Human Sciences
-Clinton Institute for American Studies

College of Business and Law

College of Science

Colleges of Agriculture, Food Science & Veterinary Medicine
-Agriculture, Food and Nutrition

College of Engineering & Architecture

Summer Programmes
-Summer Internship
-Nursing Summer School

Housing & Accommodation

Student accommodation on-campus is in two locations – the Belfield campus and the Blackrock campus. The Blackrock campus is located approximately 3 miles from Belfield.  Information regarding accommodation is available here