Quick Info

  • Dublin, Ireland
  • Summer
  • : Panther Program
  • : Business, Accounting, Business Information Systems, Finance, Global Management, Human Resources, Marketing, Supply Chain Management, Communication, Economics, English (including Literature, Writing, and Creative Writing), Political Science, Psychology, Sociology
  • : 28 May 2018 - 11 August 2018
  • : 2018 TBD/ 2027: $7,900 In-State / $8,100 Out-of-State
  • : 28 January 2018
  • : 3.0 GPA, Clear Judicial Record, Sophomore, Junior, Open to students from all campuses and departments

Academics

You will earn six credits through the Pitt Business Internship for Credit Program (BUS 1910). Your coursework will include reflective essays, a midterm internship supervisor evaluation, and a final internship supervisor evaluation. All assignments will be posted online through a course website, and students will submit assignments electronically. BUS1910 is graded pass/fail, and only students who successfully pass the internship course will be considered as having studied abroad for any degree, certificate, or major requirements.

BUS1910 fulfills both foreign culture requirements for Pitt Business students.

Experiential Learning

Pitt's partner in Dublin, EUSA, will work with you after your acceptance to find you an internship. Internships in Dublin are available in a variety of fields, and EUSA always takes your academic focus and career goals into account when pairing you with a host company. The final interview for your internship will occur in-country.

Dublin is an economically diverse city with many thriving industries. For more information on potential internship areas, check out EUSA’s industry sector breakdown. 

The European version of the resume is the curriculum vitae. For more information on what to include and how to format your CV for your internship in Dublin, see EUSA’s CV instructions.

EUSA will work with you throughout the placement process to perfect your CV, prepare you for your interviews, and find out what your internship goals are. For more information about the placement process, see EUSA’s placement process flowchart.

For more information about EUSA’s internship placement meeting and how you should prepare, see EUSA’s placement meeting overview. 

EUSA recognizes that some industries of interest to students are not always feasible options for internship placements. For additional information on alternative industries to consider, see EUSA’s challenging placements breakdown.

 

 

 

On-Site Faculty And Staff

EUSA, Pitt's partner in Dublin, has a full-time support staff there to help you with whatever you might need during your stay. Whether it’s housing, internship advice, or just recommendations on where to take your parents when they visit, the EUSA staff is there for you.

Read more about student life in Dublin here.

Housing

You will be housed in shared, apartment-style housing at the University College Dublin. Each apartment suite will have 3-4 single bedrooms, a shared kitchen, a shared bathroom, a shared living room, internet, and access to laundry facilities. Commuting is part of living in a big city, and you can expect an hour commute from your housing to your internship site.

You will be housed with other IIP: Dublin students, but will be on campus with other international students, giving you the opportunity to make new friends and grow your network.

Pricing And Dates


In-State Fee Out-of-State Fee
TBD/ 2017: $7,900 TBD/2017: $8,100
Arrive in Dublin Depart Dublin
28 May 2018 11 August 2018

Please do not book your flights until instructed to do so by your program manager. You are welcome to arrive prior to the program start date or depart after the program end date, but you must make independent housing and travel arrangements for that time. 

Business students can apply for over $150,000 in scholarship funds on the Pitt Business International Scholarships page as well as crowdfund using the Pitt Business Fund My Travel page. For additional scholarship opportunities, be sure to check out the ‘Finances’ tab at the top of this page!

 

Keep in mind that dates change.  You shouldn't book airfare until given confirmation from your program manager.

Inclusions & Exclusions

As a part of your IIP: Dublin fee, the following are included:

  • In-country orientation
  • Tuition for six credits
  • Housing
  • International health insurance

While your program fee will cover most of your expenses, keep in mind that you are also responsible for the following:

  • Round-trip flight
  • Meals and personal expenses
  • Public transportation costs (~$300 for the semester)
  • Taxi fare to and from the airport in Dublin
  • $300 University of Pittsburgh study abroad fee
  • Visa (where applicable)

Flights, meals and spending money for 12 weeks is approximately $3,500. Remember that your lifestyle and spending choices can greatly affect the amount of money you'll need while abroad.  Visit our Budgeting page for more information.

Special Information

Students with a Criminal Record: Please note that there could be complications to your application process. It is VERY important that you bring this to the attention of your program manager as soon as possible.

Hear from past participants!

"Participating in the Dublin International Internship Program was more rewarding than I ever could have imagined. While interning with Mylan Pharmaceuticals, I had the opportunity to hold the responsibilities of an actual supply planner. I was constantly learning from everyone around me every day. Above all, being abroad and having the opportunity to travel was incredible! I feel as though Dublin became a home to me and I cannot wait to revisit someday!"

- Erin Loftus, Summer 2014 Participant

"Having an international internship with Mylan Pharmaceuticals in Dublin was an absolutely wonderful experience that enabled me to grow both personally and professionally. While working at Mylan, I learned how to work effectively on cross-cultural and cross-departmental teams. It was just an added-bonus that everyone at Mylan, and in Ireland in general, was so friendly and willing to answer my questions! Dublin is an incredible place, and I will be forever grateful to the city for allowing me to spend the best summer of my life there." 

-Katie Tucker, Summer 2014 Participant

Ready to get started on your application?  

Program Staff

Hillary Koller

Walk-In Advising Hours:

Hello! I’m Hillary, the Internship Manager for Pitt Business International Programs. I originally hail from New Jersey, but became a member of the Pitt community as an undergraduate student in 2002 and I have been here pretty much ever since. During my time at Pitt I’ve had the opportunity to accompany students abroad, and I’m excited to work with you to make your international internship experience a valuable one! When I’m not in the office, you can find me spending time in the great outdoors, reading, cooking, and taking a yoga or ballet class. Get in touch with me at hkoller@pitt.edu or 412-648-0276.

Nazir Noori

Walk-In Advising Hours: MWF 2-4 PM

Salam! I’m Nazir and I am a Program Manager at the Study Abroad Office. I was born and raised abroad and went to school in Iran, Afghanistan, and the U.S. I also took classes with the Foreign Service Institute in India and United Arab Emirates. I worked for the U.S. Department of State, USAID, and German Foreign Office for over ten years before moving to Pittsburgh in 2014. At the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, I assisted Afghan students to study in the U.S., and now I am glad I have the opportunity to help American students study abroad. Stop by the office during my walk-in hours (Mon, Wed, and Fri, 2-4pm) or get in touch with me at nazir.noori@pitt.edu or 412-383-4827 to discuss the study abroad options.