Galway is Ireland’s second-most visited county after Dublin and is popular among international and local visitors alike. It is situated in the West of Ireland just about a three hour drive from Dublin and there are ample train and bus options to get there… More
This blog was written by Fiona Kavanagh. This week the Summer Session 2 students settled into Dublin and saw the show ‘Two Pints’ at the Abbey Theater. Two Pints isn’t exactly traditional theater as it consists of very few characters: two chatty men in… More
Last weekend many of the summer 2019 students embarked on the Galway & Cliffs of Moher co-curricular. On Saturday morning we left the Dublin Center and drove across the country to Galway City. First, we were taken on a walking tour to learn about the… More
As our students learn each semester on the Experience Gaelic Games trip during orientation, hurling is a Gaelic game which has been played in Ireland for thousands of years. The sport embodies the ancient tribal nature of the Irish people, as players… More
Free summer events are a great way to engage with the local community and explore new areas on a budget. Loads of these will take place all across Ireland during the warmer months, and our students are encouraged to attend.
On Thursday 20th… More