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  • Locations: Dublin, Ireland
  • Program Terms: Summer, Summer 1 and 2, Summer Session 1
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  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Fact Sheet:
Advisor:
Michael Romero
Who Can Apply?:
UMA only
Fields of Study:
Nursing, Public Health
Host Institution:
University College Dublin
Language(s) of Instruction:
English
Program Type:
Direct Enrollment, Independent Research, Study Abroad
Summer Program Duration:
4 weeks
Minimum Class Standing:
Sophomore
Minimum GPA:
3
Program Description:

Overview

University College Dublin is one of Europe's leading research-intensive universities. At UCD undergraduate education, master's and PhD training, research,innovation and community engagement form a dynamic spectrum of activity.Today UCD is Ireland's largest and most diverse university with over 30,000 students, drawn from approximately 124 countries

The UCD Nursing Summer School (Scoil an Altranais, an Cnáimhseachais agus na gCóras Sláinte UCD) consists of a two week taught period followed by one weeks online engagement with an option for you to spend up to a further two weeks of research activity under the guidance of an experienced researcher. Watch a video about the UCD Nursing Summer School.

Location

Dublin (Baile Átha Cliath), the capital and largest city of the Republic of Ireland, is a warm, welcoming, cosmopolitan place.  The most European of the Irish cities, Dublin offers a taste of the Continent as well as of Ireland.  The city prizes its active cultural life and beautifully preserved buildings.  Nearly one-third of the Irish population lives in Dublin, and half of the country's people aged twenty-six and younger live there.  That sense of youth makes Dublin one of the most popular destinations for young people throughout Europe.  Dublin is an excellent starting point for travel, with trains and busses to all major Irish cities, ferries to Wales and the Isle of Man, and flights to all points from Dublin International airport.

Academics

Students can choose to take one stand-alone module, or a combination of Health: A Systems Perspective at 5 ECTS (3 US credits) plus either the 5 (3 US) or 10 (5 US) credit version of research for nursing practice

March 31 - application deadline
April and May - telephone meeting to discuss your research interests
June/July - Attend class on campus 

Offers will be made on a rolling basis and applications will close when the courses reach capacity. 

Students stay on campus and have the option of taking one or two taught courses from the following options:

Health: A Systems Perspective (5 ECTS=3 US credits) –  From 12th June to 23rd June students will  attend class on campus in UCD.  Students return home and engage online with further material before submitting their assignments. Equivalent to Nursing elective at UMass.

Research for Nursing Practice (5 ECTS=3 US credits) –  From 12th June to 23rd June students attend class on campus in UCD.  Students return home and engage online with further material before submitting their assignments. Equivalent to a Nursing Elective at UMass.

Applied Research for Nursing Practice (10 ECTS=5 US credits) – From June 12th to July7th inclusive Students stay on campus and attend class in UCD.  While on campus students will take taught classes in weeks one and two, take the online content in week 3, and work with their allocated research mentor in UCD towards their research paper submission which is submitted at the end of week 7, following their return to the States. 

UCD Nursing School

Living Arrangements

Students stay on campus in University accommodations. The cost is $42 per night for a single room in a shared apartment. There is no meal plan so all accommodation is on a self-catered basis.

Cost & How to Apply

The 2017 Summer School is priced at €1,400 (approx $1,500) which covers tuition, cultural and social events per 5 ECTs (3 US credits) for tuition and social program. Students are billed directly by UCD.

Students applying for a two week on campus experience should apply to course code CT26.  http://bit.ly/1Eqwybg 
Students applying for a four week on campus experience should apply to course code CT28 http://bit.ly/17RlKWl

Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.

This program is currently not accepting applications.