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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