Students must take both of the listed courses.
Questions about these courses should be directed to the program instructor.
Please note: course descriptions are tentative and subject to change.
HTST 493.15: Special Topics in History: Women in Irish History (3 units)
HTST 493.58: Special Topics in History: Places and Spaces of Authority in Irish History (3 units)
Both courses require consent of the department for to enroll
Date TBD: Pre-departure orientation on campus
May 1 Pre-departure session SS 623, 10AM-12PM, 1-3PM
May 2 Pre-departure session SS 623, 10AM-12PM, 1-3PM
Attendance at the Pre-departure sessions is mandatory.
May 3: Depart from Calgary to Belfast, via Dublin
May 4 - 7: Belfast
May 8 - 10: Derry
May 11 - 13: Roscommon
May 14 - 17: Cork
May 18 - 23: Dublin
May 24: Depart Dublin for Calgary or further travel
For a detailed itinerary, click here
Final assignments due.
The estimated cost of The History of Ireland Group Study Program is $8,905. This includes tuition, airfare, field trips, local transportation, accommodations and meals.
For the full cost breakdown and payment deadlines, please see the program Student Cost Summary.
Important information regarding deposit payments: Deposits are non-refundable. Deposits secure your space in the program and allows payment for logistical arrangements to be made in advance.
Our office administers several awards, including the Global Access Fund (based on a funding-first model where students apply prior to committing to a global learning program) and the Global Learning Award (students apply after being accepted to a global learning program; the amount varies year-to-year as the money is split among chosen recipients). Students may only receive these awards once. Please see the funding page, linked below, for more information.
Faculty of Arts Group Study Program (GSP) Scholarships (for GSP participants) and Faculty of Arts Student Study Abroad Scholarships (for other international programs) - up to 10 awards of $1000 each! Application not currently open. Details to come.
Student loans: If you qualify for student loans, your program should qualify. Please note that eligibility for student loans is determined by your loans provider.
Students will stay at safe, clean and student appropriate accommodations.
The places we're staying on this group study program are all 3 or 4-star hotels, and each includes a substantial full-Irish breakfast. The hotels are centrally located, owned by Irish companies and employing Irish people, and are known to be friendly, safe, and superlative accommodations.
This program is open to undergraduate students in good academic standing from all faculties.
Program Specific Questions
All programs have general questions about how this program will meet your goals (academic reasons, personal interest, career prospects, etc.), how you plan to finance your program and coping skills. This program also has several questions from the professor that will need to be filled out.
Note: Because the online application will time out after one hour, we recommend that you copy the questions in advance to work on in Word to check for spelling, grammar and word count, and then paste it into the online application.
- Download an unofficial transcript from your Student Centre. Click here for a step-by-step guide to access your unofficial transcript.
- Submit your transcript through your online application with your statement of purpose.
Discussion with instructor
If your instructor has any further questions, they will contact you to clarify via email or in-person.
Once they have determined that you are a good fit for the program, your advisor will email you with a notification of your acceptance and your next steps.