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Study Abroad in Dublin Summer 2024

Program Details

Location: Dublin, Ireland

Eligibility: The program is open to undergraduate students with a minimum 2.5 GPA

Course Credits: OBHR 330 Intro to Organizational Behavior and MGMT 390 International Elective for 6 credits

Estimated Cost: $6000-6500 (airfare and personal spending not included)

Housing: Student residence hall in the center of Dublin

Language Requirements: None

Host: Daniels School of Business and Foundation for International Education (FIE)

Contact: for more information



Daniels School students may apply for school specific scholarships in addition to the Purdue Moves Scholarship. For more information visit our Financial Planning and Scholarships page!


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Important Dates

JANURY 31, 2024

RAWL 1062, 6:00 PM




Scholarship Deadline*



Deposit Deadline

$500 non-refundable deposit

JUNE 1 - 29

Program Dates

*Students will be notified by mid-February of scholarship standing.

Course Descriptions

Intro to Organizational Behavior - OBHR 330

A contemporary workplace axiom is that an employee is "hired for her or his technical skills, fired for poor people skills, and promoted for leadership and management skills" (Russell & Yao, 1997). To that end, this class is designed to help students improve the array of "soft" people skills that play such a crucial role in professional development. We will explore topics such as leadership, team dynamics, conflict management, performance management, negotiation and problem solving. All of this will be done in the context of Irish culture immersion to provide students with a unique opportunity to prepare themselves for leadership positions in multinational corporations.

Our subject matter, physical location and small class size will facilitate the integration of Irish culture and soft skill development. For example, we will visit historic sites in Ireland which bring to life leadership lessons from the course. The intimate setting will facilitate interactive workshop style discussions, experiential exercises and self-assessments which cannot be done in large traditional undergraduate courses. In short, the class will be taught in the style of an executive coaching seminar, without work experience or prior Irish culture knowledge being pre-requisites.

International Elective/Cultural Competency - MGMT 390

This course will be taught by on-site local faculty. Course title and content is TBD.