This St. Patrick’s Day we are highlighting our many programs in Ireland. API offers Study, Intern, High School and Gap Year Programs abroad in Ireland! Ireland has always held a certain allure to student travelers. Its lush landscape and rolling green hills are an iconic feature of Ireland home to ancient castles, hearty food, and […]
This post comes from student blogger Kristin Anderson from the University of Alabama, a Film Major currently studying in Dublin, Ireland Throughout my time as a student blogger for API, you will come to find that I love photography. I feel that it is the best way to convey my experience in Dublin. A picture is worth […]
Our friends at Go Overseas are offering a unique scholarship opportunity for your study abroad experience in Ireland! In a partnership with Education in Ireland and Aer Lingus, Go Overseas is giving away 26 scholarships worth more than $290,000 in tuition! Two lucky students will also receive free round-trip airfare to Ireland, courtesy of Aer Lingus. […]
This post is from our official student blogger, Sarah Hasselberger. Sarah is a Senior from Wagner College studying in Dublin, Ireland. Leaving Abroad: A Poem The end of the semester is nearing and the only word I can think to describe how I feel is Melancholy. My mind keeps racing through the lasts: The last […]
We had the chance to interview, Deanna Cohen, an International Business Major from Clemson University. Deanna participated in the API Intern Abroad program with placement in Dublin, Ireland. What made you decide to intern abroad? During the summer after my sophomore year, I decided to study abroad in Barcelona. I had never been out of the […]
API official student blogger, Sarah H. currently studying in Dublin, Ireland recently explored some castles on her new adventure! Join in on her journey below!
This post is from our official student blogger, Sarah Hasselberger. Sarah is a Senior from Wagner College studying in Dublin, Ireland. Today is the day! Months of preparation have led up to this moment: it is time to leave for study abroad. My bags are packed (and overweight, sorry for the fee, mom) and I […]