I was able to study abroad by going through a program called, CIS abroad. In Ireland, they have two schools which they send students to: University of Limerick, and Dublin City University. The two universities are about two and a half hours away from each other so there isn’t a lot of interaction between us. … More Week Three
One of the main reasons that I chose to study in Ireland was because it was English speaking. I knew that studying abroad would be a challenge in itself so I didn’t want the added stressor of not knowing the language as well. I had the preconceived notion that everyone would be English speaking and … More A barrier within the English language
It’s hard to believe that week two is already coming to an end. It seems like just yesterday that I got off the plane and stepped into the beautiful country of Ireland. Time here seems to vanish in a blink of an eye. Though that could be because I’m still not entirely adjusted to the … More Week two
I’ve been in Ireland for four days and though that doesn’t seem like much time, I think I’m finally getting the hang of this. Public transportation has been the biggest culture shock for me. I’m so use to running downstairs to grab dinner or driving to Safeway. Limerick is on the country side so to even walk … More Day three & four: I think I got this.