Dubliners are proud of the features that distinguish their capital: youthful, lively, vibrant, and sociable. Almost immediately, one can sense the pride that locals have in their Irish culture, yet Dublin embraces the historical and contemporary cultural influences that characterize the city’s charm. Whether they prefer to spend the day shopping at the Georges Street arcade, strolling through the St. Stephen's Green Park, or discovering Viking artifacts at the National Museum of Ireland, Dublin continues to captivate people from all walks of life.
N.U.in Ireland works in collaboration with the Foundation for International Education (FIE) to foster an environment of global citizenship and connect participants academically and socially to Dublin’s unique culture. Participants take courses at either Dublin Business School (DBS), an institution renowned for its student-centered approach to teaching and academic innovation, or University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland's largest and most diverse institution. N.U.in Ireland students live in apartment-style residences in Smithfield, just a 20-minute walk from DBS, and a short bus ride from UCD. Outside of core studies, participants have the opportunity to connect with Dublin’s diverse community, history, and wealth of cultural offerings. FIE- and N.U.in-sponsored excursions, Service-Learning, and programming is available for students based on their specific interests.To participate in N.U.in Ireland, students must be at least 17 years old.