Want to go to college in Ireland or want to study about Ireland? Here is a list of the top Irish Colleges and some US Irish studies programs.
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As Ireland's university on the world stage, Trinity is recognized for academic excellence and a transformative student experience. The historic campus is located in the heart of Dublin city center at the meeting place of the retail and cultural districts, with a tradition of scholarship spanning more than four centuries.
Founded one hundred and sixty years ago, University College Dublin has continued to make a unique and substantial contribution to the creation of modern Ireland.
Set on 42 acres of wooded ground, only a 10 minute walk from Cork City Centre, our college was established in 1845 after a long campaign for a higher education institution in Munster.
DCU is a young, dynamic and ambitious university with a distinctive mission to transform lives and societies through education, research and innovation. Since admitting its first students in 1980, DCU has grown in both student numbers and size and is now a multi campus environment Glasnevin, located just north of Dublin city. In the last nine years, DCU has twice been named Sunday Times ‘University of the Year’.
From humble beginnings, NUI Galway has grown massively in size and reputation over the past 170 years. According to QS World University Rankings, the University is now among the Top 1% in the world, and we are recognised as being one of the best universities for our international outlook.
Cork Institute of Technology is comprised of two constituent Faculties and three constituent Colleges. The constituent Faculties are Engineering and Science; and Business and Humanities. The constituent Colleges are the CIT Crawford College of Art and Design, the CIT Cork School of Music and the National Maritime College of Ireland.
Dublin Institute of Technology is one of the largest higher education institutions in Ireland. It has been ranked in Times Higher Education’s top 100 university-level institutions globally under 50 years old.
The National University of Ireland, Maynooth, commonly known as Maynooth University, is a constituent university of the National University of Ireland in Maynooth, County Kildare, Ireland
The University of Limerick (UL) is a university in Limerick, Ireland. Founded in 1972 as the National Institute for Higher Education, Limerick, it became a university in 1989. It was the first university established since Irish independence in 1922, and was followed by the establishment of Dublin City University later the same day in 1989.
The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland is a professional association and educational institution that is responsible for the medical speciality of surgery throughout the island of Ireland.
The Royal Irish Academy of Music in Dublin, Ireland, is one of Europe's oldest music conservatoires, specialising in Classical Music and the Irish harp. It is located in a Georgian building on Westland Row in Dublin.
The National College of Art and Design occupies a unique position in art and design education in Ireland. It offers the largest range of art and design degrees in the State at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
The Honorable Society of King's Inns (HSKI) is the institution which controls the entry of barristers-at-law into the justice system of Ireland.
King’s Inns is the oldest institution of legal education in Ireland. It was founded in 1541 during the reign of Henry VIII.
Irish American University was established in 1993 as a nonprofit educational trust. It is licensed by the Department of Education of the State of Delaware and the Department of Education and Skills of the Republic of Ireland to deliver undergraduate and master’s degree programs under its Irish accreditation with the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and Quality and Qualifications Ireland
As a means of thanking our U.S. colleges and universities for hosting Study USA (BEI) students, the Northern Ireland institutions offer a limited number of study places on the Irish American Scholars Program each year. This program enables a limited number of American students from Study USA-supporting colleges to spend one or two semesters at a university or college in Northern Ireland, tuition free.
The Irish Studies Program at the University of California, Berkeley was launched in Fall 2016. Supported by the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs and in partnership with the Consulate General of Ireland to the Western United States, Irish Studies at Berkeley brings together scholars, students, and the Bay Area community around a shared interest in Ireland and Irish culture.
The Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies is an interdisciplinary project devoted to teaching and research in Irish culture in all its internal and external relations. Established in 1993 under the intellectual leadership of Professor Seamus Deane, the Keough-Naughton Institute’s faculty now includes leaders in Literature, History, Film, Television and Theater and it is regularly supplemented by visiting professors, some of whom come to Notre Dame as Naughton Fellows in a reciprocal arrangement with Irish universities.
The Center for Irish Programs at Boston College brings together all University Irish Initiatives. It has oversight responsibility for the Irish Studies program, the Irish Institute, the Burns Library Irish Collections, the Center for Irish Programs - Dublin, and the Irish Music Program. Boston College was founded, in part, to educate the sons of famine emigrants from Ireland who settled in Boston. The Center for Irish Programs continues this important aspect of the University's mission and heritage.
Located in the heart of New York's Greenwich Village, Glucksman Ireland House is the center for Irish Studies at New York University, with courses in history, Irish language, literature, music and politics. NYU undergraduates may pursue a minor or a B.A./M.A. in Irish and Irish-American Studies. Graduate students may earn a Masters in Irish and Irish-American Studies
The Catholic University offers a newly designed Certificate in Irish Studies. This certificate is open to all enrolled undergraduate students at CUA. As structured, it supplements a student’s general course of study in a major area of concentration. However, unlike a minor concentration, which confines student interest to a single academic discipline, those enrolled in the Irish Studies Certificate take classes in a variety of subjects, examining the languages and culture of Ireland from a variety of scholarly perspectives and methods of inquiry.
The William J. Flynn Center for Irish Studies at the University of St. Thomas in Houston is the only Irish studies academic and cultural program in the Southwest. The Center represents people who are enrolled in the Irish Studies minor, the graduate concentration in the Master in Liberal Arts Program and those interested in Irish topics, including credit and audit students enrolled in the Irish Studies Program and the University at large.
Programs in Irish Studies at Concordia focus on Ireland’s rich history, culture, and the Irish abroad, but their multidisciplinary perspectives also provide students with the opportunity to explore international issues beyond Irish matters. Exploring Ireland as a case study broadens students' educational experience and prepares them for careers in many fields. In combination with other programs of their choice, undergraduate students can take a Major or Minor in Irish Studies, while graduate students have various options for a PhD or MA.
All are welcome to the Irish Studies Program at Queens College, where we offer classes, a minor degree, and a variety of programs and projects related to all aspects of Ireland's rich history and culture
The Irish Studies Program offers an interdisciplinary minor in the history and culture of Ireland and the Irish Diaspora, from the early Christian period to present day. Contemporary trends underscore the extraordinarily diverse character that Irish Studies has assumed in the last two decades. Scholarship on Ireland has yielded rich dividends in our understanding of the experience of colonialism, literature, music and national identity, the significance of emigration and diasporic communities, economic modernization, the role of women, and finally the difficulty of effecting lasting peace between bitterly divided peoples.
Villanova’s Irish Studies Program was founded in 1979 and elevated to a Center in 2016 thanks to the generosity of the Connelly Foundation. The Center for Irish Studies provides innovative courses in seven disciplines open to all University students to study Ireland and its diaspora.
To celebrate Irish-American Heritage Month—and of course St. Patrick’s Day!—they adding new images to our Free to Use and Reuse archive and releasing a new resources guide associated with the Irish-American experience.
The LibraryIreland.com project was commenced in February 2005 with the aim of providing free information on all aspects of Ireland.
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