Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Are you wearing your green and pinching others who aren’t? If you’re getting in the spirit of St. Paddy’s, check out what this ISEP student has to say about studying abroad in Northern Ireland at the University of Ulster:
“The campus is GORGEOUS: beautiful architecture, every shade of green. There was this one pub a little walk away. It was always so interesting and fun to grab a pint there and talk to the people. They are always so open and friendly — everyone there is friendly. I could sit down next to a complete stranger and we would have a deep and intellectual conversation. There is just such a welcoming atmosphere.” ISEP student from the University of Northern Colorado
If you’re more of a visual person, maybe you’ll be intrigued by this photo of the land they call “40 shades of green,” taken by an ISEP student who studied at Ulster:
“On a bus tour of the Dingle Peninsula we saw the most amazing views of Ireland’s green countryside. It’s really neat how each field is a different shade of green. For miles and miles all you see are green rolling hills speckled with white dots that are sheep.” – Hanna Domas, University of Vermont
Rarin’ to go yet? It’s not too late! You can still apply to study abroad at the University of Ulster this fall. Apply on ISEP Direct and you too could be frolicking through the lush green hills of Northern Ireland in no time.
Why should I should study at the University of Ulster: Culture, creativity, history and adventure. Whether you have heritage ties, want to be part of the creative arts, or discover history through your own study abroad adventure, the University of Ulster can provide that experience! Learn in the classroom and outside it as well.
When do I apply: ASAP! The final deadline is May 1, 2014
When can I go to the University of Ulster: Fall 2014 (starts in late September)
What’s the cost: US$12,300 for the semester (Talk with your ISEP Coordinator about using your Federal and State Financial Aid.)
What’s included: Tuition, Housing, and access to all student benefits at the university
Where will I study: The University of Ulster has four campuses (Belfast, Coleraine, Jordanstown and Magee)
What can I study: To find classes in your major (or other academic disciplines), check out the University of Ulster on the ISEP website
Where will I travel: The University of Ulster is in Northern Ireland (which is part of the United Kingdom and borders the Republic of Ireland) so you can really travel throughout the country, the UK, Ireland, and all of Europe! It’s easy to hop a bus, a train or a regional plane through discounted student travel deals.
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