** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
SU in Program
Field of Study:
Accounting, Art, Business Administration, Communications, Criminal Justice, Digital Marketing, Economics, English, Fashion Design, Fashion Merchandising, Film, Finance, Graphic Design, Health, History, Humanities, Information Systems, Interdisciplinary Studies, Internship, Journalism, Law, Management, Marketing, Media Studies, Photography, Political Science, Sociology, Sports, Visual Communication Design
The SU in Ireland Internship Program is a partnership between Stevenson University and CAPA The Global Education Network. Founded in 1972, CAPA operates education centers in six cities around the globe and provides distinct academic offerings, support frameworks, and oversight structures for students and visiting faculty. Stevenson's relationship with the CAPA Dublin Center allows our students to gain substantive work experience and cross-cultural skills in a variety of fields relevant to their program of study. The Center is hosted at Griffith College, a private Irish college located close to the Dublin city center.
Students take between 12-18 credits, choosing from CAPA-led courses and/or taking Griffith College courses within the following thematic tracks:
Exploring the Media
Human Rights, Crime and Journalism
Globalization and International Trends in Business and Society
The internship course can be taken for 3 or 6 credits (with approval from the SU academic department) in conjunction with an internship placement. The 3 credit option requires a minimum of 180 work hours during the semester, and the 6 credit options requires at least 240 work hours.
Internships are available in the following fields (additional options may be available upon request):
Transcripts are issued by CAPA's School of Record, the State University of New York (SUNY) at Oswego.
Students stay in shared on-campus 4-person, 2-bedroom apartments containing a living area, kitchen, two bathrooms, internet and laundry facilities. Alternatively, students can choose to live in an Irish homestay (includes breakfast).
Students pay SU tuition and fees (can apply 100% of their SU aid as a category "A" program) and the Wooded Way Double housing rate. Included is academic credit, housing, the CAPA application fee, international health insurance, Dublin City bus pass, two day-long excursions to the Cliffs of Moher and Belfast, local social events, and orientation with Dublin City tour. Additional costs include airfare, meals, books, passport and Certificate of Registration (INIS) fees, personal expenses, any additional class fees, and the International & Off-Campus Study administrative fee (currently $50 for a semester).