About The Program
At the University College Dublin, one of the most widely recognized schools for chemistry, you'll fulfill two quarters of lower division organic chemistry in just eight weeks. While the academic pace is intensive, this program features small classes, student-centered learning, and new lab facilities to help you master the material over a summer in Ireland. Program trips introduce Ireland's natural beauty and beguiling charm. Experience the legacy of the high kings at Trim Castle. See the ancient ceremonial site of Irish mythology, the Hill of Tara. Walk the rugged edge of the Cliffs of Moher and the Irish village of Howth.
Where you'll study
University College Dublin (UCD) easily qualifies as Ireland’s most international university with high numbers of students, faculty, and researchers coming from outside countries. A leader in innovative science teaching and research, UCD’s vision is to benefit the world and encourage true enlargement of students' minds. UCD is Europe’s largest urban campus and, like most European campuses, has a mix of old and modern architecture. Located on a beautiful leafy campus in Belfield, close to Dublin’s city center, UCD is a place full of memories, myths, and legends. As an enrolled student, you’ll have access to UCD’s mix of academic facilities, research institutes, libraries and archives, enterprise space, student villages, and sports and recreational facilities. Spread over a 300-acre campus, UCD has over eight kilometers of woodland paths, including a sculpture trail and lakes.