CIEE Engineering, Technology + Society in Dublin

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Whether your interest is in biomedical or electrical engineering, information or mechanical engineering; study abroad in Ireland affords you the opportunity to experience one of the most beautiful and culturally rich countries in the world while continuing to pursue your degree.

Engineering, Technology, and Society in Dublin offers highly motivated students the opportunity to further develop their skills while pursuing a program focused on their field of expertise in Ireland. This is achieved through a selected combination of direct enrolment courses at Dublin City University, CIEE courses, internships, and Independent Study.

Study in Dublin and you will:

- Develop a deeper literacy and understanding of engineering theory and practice, and a greater range of competency and skill in assessing particular Irish or European perspectives
- Gain practical work experience through a for-credit internship with a focus on business or engineering

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Experience of a Lifetime

At first the idea of going abroad to a new country with new people was terrifying, but those thoughts were quickly erased. Spending four months in Dublin with people who became family was the most amazing experience. The classes were intriguing, the people were full of kindness and the culture took my breath away. I have formed life long friends both from different schools within the states as well as in Ireland. The program was life changing to say the least. It truly opened my eyes to a who new look on life while also giving me the chance to challenge myself in the classroom.

About CIEE

A nonprofit, non-governmental organization, CIEE is the world leader in international study and exchange programs. For 65 years, CIEE has helped thousands of students, professionals, and educators gain the knowledge and skills necessary to live and...