Cornell University

ILR/UCD Semester in Dublin Program

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About the ILR/UCD Semester in Dublin Program

The ILR/UCD Semester in Dublin Program is the educational centerpiece of an evolving comprehensive collaboration between the ILR School at Cornell University and the Quinn School of Business at University College Dublin.undefined

The program's purpose is to afford eligible ILR undergraduate students opportunities to enhance their understanding of various international dimensions of the field of industrial and labor relations through courses taught by leading scholars at one of Europe's most vibrant and dynamic universities.

The curriculum, which reflects a special emphasis on illuminating the most important issues of work and workplace relations affecting the twenty-seven member nations of the world's largest trading bloc, the European Union, is a joint design of ILR and UCD faculty members.

Quinn School of Business, University College Dublin

UCD-logoUniversity College Dublin is one of the premier institutions of higher learning in Europe. Founded in the mid-19th century and the alma mater of many of Ireland’s most important literary, cultural, commercial and political figures, UCD is now the country’s largest and most comprehensive university, annually enrolling more than 20,000 students in an impressive array of degree programs spanning several colleges.

The internationally accredited Quinn School of Business is the largest in Ireland and widely acclaimed both for the quality of its academic programs and the vitality of its campus life. Students enrolled in the ILR/UCD Semester in Dublin Program not only enhance their understanding of the global field of industrial and labor relations, but are further enriched through their participation in a variety of engaging social and cultural activities designed by UCD staff to insure a study abroad experience that is personally, as well as academically, rewarding.

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