Eller Summer Dublin Internship - FIE

Program Facts

Program Type: Other

Credit Type: UA Direct Credit

Level of Study: Undergraduate

GPA: 2.75

Class Eligibility: Freshman , Sophomore , Junior , Senior

Language of Instruction: English

Program Open To: UA Students

Explore Eller Summer Dublin Internship - FIE


Established in 1998, the Foundation for International Education (FIE) is a private, independent, and not-for-profit educational exchange organization offering semester and summer internship options. FIE facilities are newly built and located in central Dublin. This program is organized by Eller College of Management but is open to all UA students. It is an eight week program, where students will intern in a small to mid-size Dublin organization or non-profit 4 days a week full-time, Monday through Thursday. They will also take FIE’s International Internship Course. Students will work both online and in class with their peers and a course instructor to reflect upon their internship experience and exchange ideas.

This program is open to all majors. Eller students can make an advising appointment through eSMS; Non-Eller students should email Lauren Findlow (lfindlow@arizona.edu) to make an advising appointment.


Upon completion of the program, Eller students will receive 3 direct credits for BNAD 393A for the International Internship Course. All students must complete 3 units. These units can be applied directly towards the Global Business Program or can be used as general elective credit.

Students who are not in Eller will have to work out credit with their home department for the internship. If you do not get approval from your home department for the internship, then you will receive BNAD credit for the internship and this cannot be changed after you return, so please plan accordingly.

More information on the types of internships available through this program: https://www.fie.org.uk/internships/dublin/internship-industry-areas

Your internship could take you into any part of Dublin from the financial services center on the quays of the River Liffey; the cobblestoned streets of Temple Bar, where the city’s tourists tend to flock to; or perhaps you’ll be interning at a start-up in one of the city’s leafy suburbs or out along Dublin’s stunning coastline. FIE’s Dublin internship program gives you the opportunity to experience this complex, multicultural society through interdisciplinary coursework and tailored, academic internships. FIE facilities are newly built and located in central Dublin.

Accommodations are based on single occupancy bedrooms with a private bathroom. Students will be notified of their specific housing assignment within 30 days of the program start date.

Typical Residence Features

• Apartment style accommodation, with between 4 and 6 single occupancy ensuite bedrooms sharing a common area

• Fully equipped kitchen and common space within each apartment (stove, refrigerator, oven, microwave, basic cutlery, lounge furniture, a TV, table, and seating area)

• High-speed wireless internet connection throughout the building

• Communal areas and kitchens cleaned weekly (students responsible for cleaning their own room)

• One full set of bed linens upon arrival

• On site laundry facilities (cashless system)

• CCTV monitoring surveillance system

• Common room and quiet study space

• Gym access either within assigned housing or at a local facility

Term: Summer
Application Deadline: February 15
Start Date: May 23
End Date: July 20

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