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Study Abroad

Information for SHU students who are interested in studying abroad.

Dingle Coast

By Bjørn Christian Tørrissen [CC BY-SA 3.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons

Nursing Specialist Assistance

For the nursing students who are in Dingle for the Sophomore Nursing Study Abroad Experience, be aware that you have program-specific resources available through the SHU Library back home. 

  • The Nursing Research Guide, which besides much of the general information discussed in this guide, also includes helpful information such as:
  • You can also get help by emailing Geoffrey Staysniak, the university's health sciences librarian for all programs at the College of Nursing and College of Health Professions, who will be more than happy to answer any questions that you have or assist you with any difficulties that you're encountering. 


Travel Resources

These books are available for checkout at the SHU Library for those planning on applying to or are already traveling to Dingle. 

Other Specialist Assistance

  • SHU in Dingle - Office of Global Affairs website
  • Also, any students taking classes that require any assistance on Irish cultural or historical topics for their research, have specific resources that can be accessed from the SHU Library website. 

Know Dingle Better

  • Dingle - The Complete Visitor's Guide - Run by the Dingle Peninsula Tourism Alliance, this site is packed with information like sites to visit, activities to do, locations to dine at, and recommended places to shop, making it a wonderful resource to any short or long-term visitor to the area. 
  • Things to Do in Dingle - This resource from TripAdvisor provides similar information on historical sites, parks, and other unique points of interest to journey to and things to experience on the Dingle Peninsula. 

Fungie the Dolphin

By Osioni (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons