Whether you’re still deciding on courses or you’re packing your bags, you can always contact our staff to help you along. Yes there is paperwork and yes there are decisions to make around course selection, housing preferences, dates, travel necessities, registration, budgeting and more. Our staff can walk you through it all.
Once you apply to Arcadia, our program managers are in regular contact with you about the status of your application and they send out extensive information that will prepare you to go abroad, including information on culture, politics, history and the local higher education system.
Once you arrive, our staff will meet you and introduce you to your accommodation and your orientation program will begin – to help you settle in academically, practically, culturally and socially.
The Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland are separate jurisdictions, yet located on the same island. Northern Ireland is part of the United Kingdom. If you are studying or interning abroad in the Republic of Ireland (Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway, etc.) for a Semester or Academic Year, click on the Irish Immigration Process to learn more about the immigration process. If you are studying or interning abroad in the Republic of Ireland on a summer program and you are a citizen of the U.S.A., you do not need to complete any immigration process. If you are studying abroad in Belfast, Northern Ireland at Queen's University, Belfast, click on UK Visa Requirements to learn about the visa process.