UNOH Students Head to Dublin, Ireland for International Experience

Posted on Tuesday, May 02, 2017

University of Northwestern Ohio students and alumni leave May 16th for a seven day trip to Dublin, Ireland. International trips are taken each year to give learners an opportunity to experience various cultures around the world.

“Students may elect to take just the trip, as this is a great learning experience in and of itself”, said Dr. Lisa Clark, Dean of Online Programs “or they may choose to take an International Travel course in conjunction with the trip for credit.”  In preparation for the trip we discuss customs rules, airline rules, cultural differences, all the major tourist attractions, passport requirements, currency exchanges etc. Students who take both the trip and the related course complete work prior to, during, and after travel.”

This trip will allow students to explore Ireland’s capital city of Dublin in depth as well as the countryside. Activities will include the opportunity to visit Trinity College, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Causey Farm, Giant’s Causeway and much more!

These international travel experiences teach students how to handle transportation, languages, monies, foods, and learn how people in different countries and cultures live. 

The Dublin, Ireland trip continues a UNOH tradition of providing learners with diverse learning opportunities.  Past countries visited include England, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Italy, Greece, Spain, France, Monaco, and Australia.

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Last updated: 10/16/2017