Faculty-Led Program: PLSC 300 in Northern Ireland (2020)
Northern Ireland has long grappled with conflict. It divides the country, as well as neighbors and communities. The legacies of conflict are present in walls, the language, governance, and everyday life. Students will have a first hand look into Irish history and culture and generate an understanding of the ongoing peace and reconciliation process.
Click to view the PLSC_300_Melin_NI_2020_Flyer.
This faculty-led study abroad program is part of PLSC 300 Conflict Management: The Case of Northern Ireland, taught by Dr. Molly Melin. Click here to view the PLSC_300_Syllabus_2020, which includes details on planned activities.
After you have completed the OIP application for this program and been accepted, you will be registered in this course by OIP. You don't need to self-register for this course.
|Paid to Loyola|
|Faculty-Led Study Abroad Program Fee*||$1,375||paid to LOCUS|
|Office of International Programs Administrative Fee||$100||paid to Loyola Study Abroad Online Application|
|Loyola University Chicago tuition||Click for current Loyola tuition.||paid to LOCUS|
- Click for information on tuition payment deadlines.
|Not Paid to Loyola|
|Round Trip Flight to Belfast (BHD)||$800 (estimated)||Purchase on your own|
|Incidental expenses and additional meals||$400 (estimated)||take with you abroad|
Students will stay in hotels organized by the program leader.
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