Category: Cork Writing Workshop

The Cliffs of Moher

Traveling to different parts of Ireland means that there are necessary visits that must be made. In Western Ireland this must-see spot is the Cliffs of Moher and luckily that was the last and final stop that was made during the Western Ireland weekend excursion. The Cliffs of Moher are one of the most popular ...

Calm Weekend Adventures

Studying abroad, especially only for a month, can seem as though there is a constant feeling of being on the move. It may seem as if you are either studying and doing homework, socializing with the other students, or exploring different parts of Ireland on one of the planned program excursions. Although it is good ...

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Study Abroad on a Budget

Studying abroad in another country, especially one with a different currency, can require you to save a lot prior to even arriving in the study abroad country. Luckily, this Cork Writing Workshop program has helped me to save money, but there are still ways in which you can save more. The Cork Writing Workshop program ...

A Cork Must See

When visiting different countries there are always places and landmarks that locals say you must see. One of those destinations in Cork is the Blarney Castle & Gardens. Due to the castle being build almost 600 years ago, there is a lot of history that accompanies the castle which makes it interesting to visit. However, ...

Tips To Stay On Top (of schoolwork)

Studying abroad is a great opportunity, even if it is just for a month. However, it gets difficult when you have two different school schedules. This month-long study abroad in Cork is already intense as each class is 4.5 credits, but it gets even more intense as an online Drexel course is required along with ...

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Cork Culture Shock

Week 1 of the program has finished, and it has been a success so far. After moving in and meeting the other students, all the nerves that I had were gone. Besides attending class on Thursday and Friday, the program coordinators planned a scavenger hunt and had us running around the whole campus looking for ...

Coming to Cork

When opportunities are presented, I find it important to take advantage of them. Today, on July 1st, 2019 I arrived in Cork, Ireland as a student studying abroad to participate in writing intensive workshops. I will be specifically studying Existentialism and Philosophy & Film during my time here. As usual, new adventures are accompanied with ...