The Global Education office has partnered with Global Experiences to provide Mason students an internship experience in Dublin, Ireland. Unlike traditional study abroad programs focusing on one particular subject, internship programs include students from different majors, working and studying in the same location. The student’s internship placement within a company relative to their area of study defines their global work experience, and determines the internship course credit the student will receive. For example, a Dublin internship program can include (but is not limited to) students majoring in government and policy, global affairs, engineering, business and economics, communications, marketing, accounting, and tourism.
Internships and Placement
The internship component involves students working five days a week for two months at non-profit or for-profit organization. Once accepted by the Global Education Office, students will work closely with a Global Experiences placement officer to identify areas of interest so as to secure an internship for their summer abroad. Students may inquire about the type of internship opportunities in their area of study as well as about the complete support services offered during the program to their Global Education Office Program Officer. Within your inquiry, please include your major, career goals, and what knowledge you wish to gain from the internship experience.
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Students are provided a single room at University College Dublin at no extra cost.
Students may choose to opt-in for a double-room (shared room with a person of the same gender) at Griffith University for an additional fee of $1,000 (to be paid directly to Global Experiences). Compared to University College Dublin, Griffith University is closer to city-center by approximately 15 minutes commute time.