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Semester / Trimester

Business, Humanities, Agriculture & STEM

University College Dublin

Fall 4 2017 (Sep 3, 2017 to Dec 23, 2017)
Catalog Code: IDBF3417

The Business, Humanities, Agriculture & STEM program is offered through University College Dublin (UCD). This program offers courses from the following schools at UCD: Agriculture, Food & Nutrition; Architecture & Planning; Arts & Humanities; Business; Engineering; Law; Nursing & Midwifery; Science; Sport & Exercise; US & International Affairs. Students must choose one main school in which to take four courses, but may take one or two electives from other schools. Popular subject areas include Business, English, History, Engineering, and Agriculture. Of particular note are UCD's Service Learning course and Scientific Research course.

Courses are taught by UCD faculty and ISA students enroll directly with local and international students. All courses are taught in English.

*If you choose to enroll in 3 or more courses from the Agriculture, Food, Nutrition, Architecture & Planning, Engineering, Nursing & Midwifery, Science, or Sport & Exercise departments you will be required to pay an additional fee of $1,750. Please speak with the Ireland Program Manager for more information.

Prices & Dates

September 3, 2017 - December 23, 2017

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April 1, 2017 Extended to April 10, 2017

Application Due Date:

April 15, 2017

Final Forms & Payments Due:

Program in Progress

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*prices and dates are subject to change


Minimum GPA

Students must have a minimum grade point average of 3.00.

Minimum Admissions Prerequisites

There is no language prerequisite for this program.

Students must include with the standard ISA application:
- A color copy of passport.

If taking 4 or more Business courses, students must include with the standard ISA application:
- A letter of recommendation from an academic source. The letter must be signed and written on university letterhead.
- A letter of intent.

Students should hold at least a Sophomore status at the time of study.

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