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UF in Dublin - Study and Intern
Dublin, Ireland (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Fall,
Summer C
Homepage: Click to visit
Budget Sheets Fall,
Summer C
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer C 2018 02/26/2018
02/26/2018 05/30/2018 08/11/2018
Fall 2018 05/01/2018 05/01/2018 09/10/2018 12/15/2018
Spring 2019 10/01/2018 10/01/2018 TBA TBA

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Fact Sheet:
Language Requirement:
Minimum GPA:
Language of Instruction:
Program Advisor: Jill Ranaivoson
Type of Credit:
Transfer, UF GPA
UF Course Registration: BUL 4310, ENT 3003, GEB 3373, MAN 3025, MAR 3023
Open to non-UF students:
Program Type: Internship, UF Sponsored
Business Administration
Field of Study: Business Administration, Cultural Studies, Entrepreneurship, Management, Marketing
Program Description:

Study Abroad and Intern in Ireland!

Offered All Fall, Spring, & Summer Terms


Ireland is a beautiful country brimming with breathtaking scenery, music, and a rich and complex history. The Warrington College of Business Administration’s semester-long study abroad program in Dublin offers an experience unlike any other. Students have the opportunity to live and work in the capital of Ireland, while completing courses for their UF degree. Dublin is a center for domestic and international business and students will have the opportunity to intern in enterprises that range from start-ups to multinational organizations. This program is ideal for UF students pursuing a business degree or business minor, or students interested in completing general education courses or upper division electives in a beautiful European city. Non-UF business students enrolled in an SUS (State University System) institution may also apply.

The City: Dublin, Ireland

As the capital and largest city in Ireland, the city of Dublin offers the amenities of a culturally rich city. However, a small population of 1.5 million, gives Dublin the welcoming atmosphere of a small town. The citizens of Dublin are renowned for their friendliness, and they are also young: One in twelve Dubliners is a student. As a result the city is abuzz with activity and visitors will be enthralled by the numerous restaurants, art galleries, museums, theaters, shops and music venues.

The School: CAPA and Griffith College

CAPA International Education is assisting UF in coordinating the Dublin program. CAPA is an international education organization committed to empowering student learning in urban environments. Their collaborative and personalized approach to study abroad has made CAPA a trusted global education leader since 1972. Established in 1974 by Diarmuid Hegarty, with campuses in Dublin, Cork and Limerick, Griffith College is the largest independent higher education institution in Ireland with a student population of around 7,000 students from over 77 countries. The campus spans seven acres located within a mile of St. Stephen’s Green Park in central Dublin. The college and housing facilities are only a short walk from the River Liffey, and restaurants and museums.

Program Eligibility

  • Students must have a minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Students must be in good academic standing
  • Students cannot be under judicial probation
  • Students are required to enroll in two UF electronic platform business courses (just one course in the summer semester)
  • Students who wish to participate in an internship must submit the following documents to CAPA upon completion of the UF International Center and CAPA application and before 70 days prior to departure (information on how to develop an appropriate cover letter and resume can be found at CAPA-Dublin):
    • Cover letter
    • Resume/CV
    • Two letters of reference (one professional or from a volunteer position, one academic)
    • Transcript
    • Two passport size photos
    • Police background report

Program Benefits

  • Program is offered during fall, spring, & summer semesters
  • Take UF courses while experiencing an exciting new culture
  • Study alongside UF students and students of different nationalities
  • Intern at an international firm and gain professional experience
  • Participate in cultural activities & excursions
  • Ease of applying Bright Futures, Florida Prepaid, & other financial aid to program costs
Program Structure

Fall and Spring Programs - 2 or 3 Courses & Internship

(14 to 17 credit hours)

All students are required to take at least one UF online business course, one course offered by Griffith College, and participate in a 6-credit business internship and internship seminar.

Choose 1 or 2 Online UF Business Semester Courses (4-8 UF credits):

  • MAN3025: Principles of Management
  • MAR3023: Principles of Marketing
  • BUL4310: Business Law
  • ENT3003: Principles of Entrepreneurship
  • GEB3373: International Business (fall and spring semesters ONLY)

MAN3025, MAR3023, GEB3373 and BUL4310 are required core business classes
MAN3025, MAR3023 fulfill Social Sciences Gen-Ed requirements
MAN3025, MAR3023, and BUL4310 fulfill business minor requirements
ENT3003 is required for the Entrepreneurship minor

Choose 1 course from the following options (specific courses can be found in the CAPA Dublin Global Cities Program):

  • Globalization and International Trends in Business & Society
  • Creative Arts
  • Exploring the Media
  • Human Rights, Crime, and Journalism

Summer Program - 2 Courses & Internship

(10 credit hours)

All students are required to take one UF online business course, one course offered by CAPA and participate in a 3-credit business internship and internship seminar.

Choose one course:

  • Analyzing and Exploring the Global City: Dublin (3 credits)
  • Cinema in Contemporary Ireland (3 credits)


CAPA will provide the necessary support, services and supervision to ensure that each student has the best available placement based on their interests and abilities. Applicants should have excellent interviewing skills and prior course work or experience in the field for which they are applying. Participants will be placed in a non-paying internship within greater Dublin or within a reasonable distance from the housing facilities – a travel card for use in Dublin buses is included in the program fee.

Estimated Program Fee

$14,090: Spring ’18
$10,990: Summer ’18
$14,575: Fall ’18

Program cost includes tuition, orientations, housing, international travel medical insurance, bus transport pass for the city, 24-hour emergency support, welcome reception, day trip to Belfast and Cliffs of Moher excursion, departure ceremony and UFIC application fee.

Most financial aid that you would receive on campus during the summer can be applied toward the cost of this study abroad program; however, all financial aid eligibility is determined by Student Financial Affairs. You must speak with your financial aid advisor to determine what aid can be applied to the cost of this study abroad program, including scholarships.

CAPA also has a variety of scholarships available to study abroad students. Students who are non-Florida residents pay the same program fee as Florida residents.


The currency in Ireland is the Euro.

Other Estimated Expenses:
  • Meals: $600 a month
  • Books and Supplies: $350
  • Airfare: $1200 (prices may vary)
  • Entertainment/Leisure: $300 a month**

** Expenses vary depending on student preferences

Accommodations and Classroom Facilities

Housing is included in the cost of the program. Students will live in shared apartments on the Griffith College campus during the fall and spring semesters. The apartments include the following amenities:

  • Two students to each bedroom
  • Each student has a desk and storage space
  • Apartments have cooktops, microwaves, refrigerator, toaster, vacuum, television, kitchen table, living room and laundry facilities (on-campus)
  • Apartments are hard-wired with Ethernet Internet lines
  • CCTV, 24-hour security and PIN/palm scan access

During summer semesters students will live in shared apartments within the city of Dublin. These apartments will be procured by CAPA.

A $150 refundable housing deposit is required and will be collected by CAPA as part of the application process.

Outside the Classroom

Students have a wide variety of galleries, cinemas, shops, museums, restaurants, gardens, and castles to explore in Dublin! Get connected: