University College Dublin (UCD)
UCD is one of Europe’s leading research-intensive universities and the largest in Ireland with almost 25,000 students.
All classrooms are located on-campus and there is a great combination of sports facilities available to students at the MLI summer school, including an indoor sports hall, Astroturf pitch, tennis courts, football and rugby pitches and swimming pool.
Accommodation is provided on the main UCD campus and nearby. Each apartment is divided into three or four single and twin bedrooms, two bathrooms and a kitchen and living space.
There is an on-site convenience store and laundry available for student use.
Every culture has its own traditional music and dance, and Ireland is no different. Traditional Irish music is well-known around the world, using a variety of instruments to create its unique sound. Ireland has also produced some of the most famous popular singers and bands too, perhaps the most prominent being U2. Live music can always be found around Dublin, adding to the exciting atmosphere of this wonderful city.
University College Dublin (UCD) is situated at Belfield on a 132-hectare site, just 4km south of Dublin city centre. Access to the city centre takes just 15 minutes and is easy with bus routes starting and terminating on-campus, providing an ideal location to discover all that Dublin has to offer.