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University College Dublin, Ireland
Archaeology, Art History, Business, Creative Writing, English, Film Studies, Gaelic, Greek, History, Irish Studies, Latin, Literature, Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology
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Program Overview University College Dublin (UCD) is the largest of the three colleges of the National University of Ireland. It has a combined undergraduate and graduate enrollment of 10,000 students studying in nine faculties. The main campus is at Belfield, about three miles from the center of Dublin. The college opened in 1854 and listed among its more famous graduates is James Joyce.
Students can take courses in a wide variety of subject areas such as agriculture, art history, film studies, political studies, and more. Students studying off-campus in the fall can bring up to 4.5 credits back to campus; students studying off-campus in the spring with interim can bring up to 5.5 credits back to campus.
In addition to all of the cultural advantages of the capital city, students have all rights and privileges of Irish students and can participate in a wide variety of societies and sports. For more information about student life at University College Dublin, click here.
Students live in college-owned housing or in private accommodations shared with other students off campus.
Pre-Approved GE Credits
This is a list of pre-approved GE credits. If you want other courses to be considered for GE credit, contact your St. Olaf Program Advisor, Jonathan Naito.