Ireland Study Abroad Program for DePaul students

The University of New Orleans Writing Workshops Abroad invites undergraduate and graduate students at DePaul to apply for a summer of scholarship and cultural activities in Cork, Ireland. DePaul Prof. Miles Harvey will be co-teaching a Creative Nonfiction workshop in this program.
 
Courses are available in every genre of Creative Writing, plus additional options in Literature, Philosophy & Film. For a full list of course offerings, please visit the courses page. The faculty is comprised of some of top professors from universities in both the United States and Ireland. And this year, students will enjoy more full weekends with planned excursions and/or independent travel time.
 
DePaul graduate and undergraduate students can receive credit for their coursework in this program. Graduate students will need to receive prior permission from Prof. Rebecca Johns Trissler, director of the Master of Arts in Writing and Publishing program. Undergraduates will need to go through the non-DePaul study abroad program process. 
 

Students and faculty are what make this experience truly rewarding. Please take time to check out the latest promo video at:
 
https://www.facebook.com/UNOWritingAbroad/videos/2154182201308397/https://www.facebook.com/UNOWritingAbroad/videos/2154182201308397/ 
Cork, Ireland 2019 details:
Dates: July 2-August 3, 2019
Cost: $5,095 for guest students which includes tuition for two classes, housing, meals on class days, study abroad insurance, and other events. And don’t forget to check out the scholarships page for funding opportunities.
 
If you have any further questions about the University of New Orleans Writing Workshops Abroad in Cork, Ireland, or would like to work directly with the program in the future, please contact:
Aneta Komendarczyk, MS
Program Coordinator
Writing Workshops Abroad
Division of International Education
International Center, Room 124
2000 Lakeshore Drive
New Orleans, LA 70148

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