Departure and arrival times are subject to change
Please note that departure and arrival times are subject to the discretion of the Airline and may change. Please visit this page on the day before departure.
2017 Itinerary (subject to change)
Below is the itinerary for The Irish Experience 2017. The itinerary is subject to change. We are continually working to maintain it as the most comprehensive and enjoyable summer study abroad program available and will inform you of any changes or new experiences. Please click on highlighted words for more information.
ATM cards and credit cards are used widely throughout Ireland. Irish Experience also offers parents the choice of having us keep and dispurse money to the students
Bring enough clothing for one week. Laundromat facilities are available at each location. Dress as you would in North America but be sure to bring a light rainproof jacket and a sweater. Sensible walking shoes or sneakers are essential.
Linen and towels are provided by the residences and changed once a week.
Laptops: All rooms have wifi access.
Printing facilities are available at each location
Electrical Current: 220 Volts. If you are bringing a hair dryer or curler, you will need either one that is adaptable to that voltage or some sort of transformer. The wall plugs are also different so an adapter is needed. These can be purchased at an electronics store or at the airport. (Click for picture of adapter)
Bring a pen, paper and binder; everything else is provided.
Contacts in Ireland
Victoria Mills Student Residence, Victoria Cross, Cork, Ireland 011-353-21-486-7615
Corrib Village Student Residence
University College Dublin Student Apartments,
Belfield, Dublin 4011-353-1-7161122
Garry O’Sullivan in Irelandcell-phone: 905-804-9402