Imagine studying abroad in Ireland, where you study history while standing in Kilmainham Gaol, meet local friends at St. Stephen’s Green, and experience Ireland’s rich literary heritage with a trip to the theatre. When you study abroad, Ireland has so much to offer for everyone!
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Dublin is Ireland’s capital and largest city, located on the country’s east coast.
Trinity College was founded in 1592 by England's Queen Elizabeth I. The school is Dublin's most prestigious and oldest college. The Library of Trinity College houses more than 4.5 million books, manuscripts, and maps, and is the largest in Ireland and the UK.
St. Stephen's Green
St. Stephen's Green is a city centre public park in Dublin, Ireland. The park is neighbor to one of Dublin's main shopping streets, Grafton Street. At 22 acres, it is the largest of the parks in Dublin's main Georgian squares.
Constructed in 1230 for King John of England, the Dublin Castle is a beautiful medieval structure. The Castle was built as a residence for the King and a place to protect the King's jewels.
This famous brewery is not just for Guinness fanatics. Labeled the "#1 international visitor attraction," this seven-story building is shaped as a Guinness glass. Take the tour of the brewery and learn the secret to their beer.
I truly believe I have discovered the oasis of Dublin.
Looking for local adventure (and because we sorely needed to learn how to use Dublin public transport), my roommates and I hopped on a bus to Howth for some seaside exploring. Howth is known for it's weekend market, seafood, and lovely coastal trails.
Landing in Iceland for my layover, I stumbled around the airport, interpreting the signs written in Icelandic, reminding me I wasn't in Michigan. I became acutely aware of my foreign situation and my body was tensing up. Already anxious about catching my layover, I scrambled in whatever direction made sense. I breathed deeply reminding myself that by studying abroad I had asked the universe for these moments of stress and confusion, and there were going to be many more along the way.