Miami Law now has an exchange program with the University College Dublin (UCD) Law School in Dublin, Ireland. The University College Dublin, founded in 1854, is Ireland's largest university and considered to be one of the world's top 100 universities. It has almost 25,000 students across all of its programs with graduate students comprising a third of the study body and international students from more than 120 countries making up 20% of the student population. It is an institution known for both research and innovation and offers a diverse curriculum. The Law School at UCD is located on the main Belfield campus in Roebuck Castle. There are more than 900 students studying at the undergraduate level and 200 students at the graduate level in the Law School.
Dublin is the capital and largest city of Ireland. It is a historical and contemporary cultural center for the country as well as a modern center of education, the arts, administration, economy and industry. With a population of more than 1 million residents, it also boasts having the most green space of any European capital city. It benefits from mild temperatures and the least amount of rainfall in Ireland. The city is the primary education center in the country housing three universities and many other higher education institutions. It has benefitted from a long literary history, and a currently very active arts scene. Dublin is a place both cosmopolitan and easy to navigate making it a popular international destination.
Students will pay tuition and other required fees to the University of Miami. Our students pay no tuition or fees to the UCD except for certain social events and discretionary fees.
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Application information needs to be received by April 1st for fall semester and by October 1st for spring semester. Applications should be sent to Sandy Abraham at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Anyone wanting to apply for Fall 2011, may contact Sandy Abraham until June 30, 2011.) For any additional questions, please contact Sandy Abraham.