Study in Dublin.

Live and learn in a sophisticated and international city on the cutting edge of innovations in architecture, design, film and music. During the “Celtic Tiger” economic boom of the early 1990s, Dublin, Ireland’s capital, drastically changed as its cultural scene and population became increasingly diverse. It has become an incubator for artistic and multimedia innovation, making it a great place to study and explore media and communication. 

Dublin is a young and modern urban center with a large percentage of its residents under 30 years of age. Corporate giants Airbnb, eBay, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft and PayPal have placed their European headquarters here, earning the city the nickname, Europe’s ‘Silicon Valley’.

Program Details

Experience a semester in Dublin while earning credit towards your degree.

Students enroll in a semester at the School of Communications at Dublin City University (DCU) and take classes with other international and Irish students. DCU has been a leader in media communication for more than 20 years and is the largest university with a department focused on media in Europe. The university is internationally recognized as one of the top young universities and continues to grow as a leader in higher education.

I took classes that challenged me to understand the Irish education system, met lifelong friends who come from across the globe and fully adapted into the Irish culture. I can wholeheartedly say that Irish people are the most welcoming people I’ve had the pleasure of knowing.

Shannon McQuaid

Spring, 2019


For more information about studying in Dublin, Ireland, contact the Klein GO team.
Phone: 215-204-2354