IES Abroad Dublin - Business, Entrepreneurship & Technology

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IES Abroad Dublin - Business, Entrepreneurship & Technology

There’s a reason why Dublin is now serving as the European headquarters for companies such as Google, Facebook, and Twitter. For the past decade, Ireland’s pro-business environment has been an incubator for start-ups, particularly in technology, and Dublin’s reputation as a principal technology hub of Europe is well-established. Foster your own essential skills needed for developing new businesses through our courses in digital marketing and communication, global entrepreneurship, and technology ventures. Meet technology experts who are designing and applying new business models to succeed in this fast-paced industry. Think of Dublin as your classroom. Course-related opportunities at business and technology parks throughout Ireland enable students to experience first-hand the extraordinary energy and creativity behind the country’s technology boom. You can also take elective courses from our Irish Studies Program about the arts, culture, and history of Ireland, and learn about its place in the European Union. While in Dublin, you also have the opportunity to get involved in business or philanthropy. Add international work experience to your résumé while earning credit by participating in an internship placement and accompanying academic seminar. Or enroll in a service learning course that helps you understand some of Dublin’s most pressing social issues, while contributing your skills toward a community-driven solution.

Subjects

  • Global Studies
  • Business
  • Technology
  • Marketing, Advertising, Public Relations
  • Communications
  • Entomology

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