41st International Summer School in Irish Studies, University College Cork, Ireland

This year, the summer school will start on Monday 29th June and finish on Friday 24th July 2020. The application deadline is Friday 1st May and attached you can find the Enrolment Form and the Brochure for EU applicants.

Each year our world-renowned Summer School attracts many US and European students with an interest in Irish studies, providing them with an ideal location in which to observe the varied aspects of Irish history, literature and culture.

For the duration of 4 weeks, students explore key turning-points in Ireland’s history that shaped its destiny and identity and examine how modern Irish writers of international significance sought to define a sense of cultural identity. These themes are approached in interactive lectures, seminars, and in a series of field trips, delivered by leading experts.

The Summer School aims to provide a unique learning experience by combining a rigorous introduction to major academic themes in the development of Irish identity with an opportunity to encounter Ireland’s rich cultural landscape through expert tuition, optional courses in Irish language and a lively social programme.

More information about the Summer School can be found in the attached non-EU Brochure or on the official Summer School website

We look forward to seeing you in Cork this summer!


Admission hours

Department of International Relations & European Union

The admission in our Office for students, Professors and administrative staff will be

ONLY by appointment via e-mail: 

Η εξυπηρέτηση Φοιτητών/Φοιτητριών, Μελών ΔΕΠ και Διοικητικού Προσωπικού

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