The CAPA Dublin Global Cities Program

The CAPA Dublin Global Cities Program

Don’t be fooled by Dublin’s small size and easy navigation, the Georgian architecture provides the backdrop to a Silicon Valley like booming tech industry. The contrast between new and old facilitates diversity seen through European and Asian influences. Students of the CAPA Dublin Program study at Griffith College, a private Irish university with buildings dating to 1813. Centrally located, students have walk able access to Dublin city as well as any activities at Griffith College’s Student Union. Focus on a curriculum in The Creative Arts, Exploring the Media, Human Rights, Crime and Journalism, or Globalization and International Trends in Business and Society or take classes in your field.

Subjects

  • Creative Writing
  • Photography
  • Filmmaking
  • Art History
  • Media Work
  • Cultural, Population And Demographic Studies

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The CAPA Florence Global Cities Program

Located in the Santa Croce neighborhood of Florence, the CAPA Florence Program hosts students to attend classes and soak up history and culture in the center of the city’s traditional art quarter. As a completely walk able city, students experience the rich history of the renaissance city around every corner. In Florence, learning does not stop at the classroom door. Students have endless world-renowned museums to visit as well as access to the library at the British Institute, which is home to more than 50,000 English books. Through exploring Florence, the home to the Renaissance, students encounter diversity in neighborhoods with distinctive shops, art, restaurants, and lifestyle.

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In this Seminar, students study international human rights violations and possible remedies in a variety of contexts, examining the history, development, and structure of human rights protection. Examine human rights in action through Irish case studies and with opportunities to learn directly about the work of organizations such as the Irish Innocence Project and the Cities in Transition Project. The Seminar also includes guest lectures by key figures engaged in human rights protection. Learn outside of the classroom with a weekend visit to Belfast and Londonderry/Derry to witness the main sites of civil rights events and meet local experts. Set in Dublin the contrast between new and old facilitates diversity seen through European and Asian influences.

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