As an Education Administration intern in Dublin, Ireland, come prepared to gain experience in an Irish academic institution which is inclusive of learners from a variety of backgrounds and age groups.
Interns who focus on Education Administration in Dublin may typically be placed at a government accredited language school or private language school in Dublin. These roles are typically non-classroom based and inclusive of providing administrative support within the educational facility. The expected schedule should be full time, Monday through Friday, unless there is opportunity for involvement over the summer (in which case, the schedule may be altered). The placements based at language schools include administrative tasks, such as:
- Assisting the academic team
- Working with marketing
- Helping with student recruitment and bookings
- Providing guidance to international students
- Contributing to general office duties and management
Alternatively, interns who join during the summer months (late June to early August) may join summer camp placements for youth. Interns who join the program during the Irish summer, from late June through early August, can generally expect to be involved as Summer Camp Assistants and Guides. These activities involve working with camps around the city that junior aged students attend (adolescents from 11 through 17 years old). Diverse tasks during Summer Camp can range from supervising junior groups, helping with the accommodation or academic department, marketing, sales or general assistance in academic tasks.
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- All Intern Abroad programs attract a Registration Fee of US$299 in addition to the Program Fee.
- All payments attract a 5% transaction fee to cover international banking fees and currency charges. International wire transfer payments attract a minimum fee of US$75.
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What extra costs will I have?
- Visa, flights, travel insurance (mandatory), vaccinations, criminal background check.
- Transfer back to the airport at conclusion of the program.
- Language lessons.
- Souvenirs + tourism/leisure activities during free time.
- Personal spending money to cover basic expenses such as drinks, snacks, laundry, and public transportation. Interns generally find US$100 per week to be sufficient.