Program Costs and Financial Aid

Duquesne in Dublin Program Costs 

You will pay the SAME tuition and room and board as when you stay at home campus. Plus, ALL Duquesne-based aid and scholarships apply!

Your additional costs for going to Dublin include:


Same as main campus

Room and Board

Same as double room with meal plan (2022/23 Des Places rate of $7,958)

Study Abroad fee (deposit)

$950 total

1st deposit $450

2nd deposit $500

Emergency Assistance Coverage $200 (as of Spring 2022)
Airfare (booked independently)

approx. $1000

Irish Immigration Registration $333
Personal Spending Money $3,000 - $4,000

Take a look at how past students on various budgets managed their semester spending with our spending snapshots!

What is included in your program fee? 

  • Tuition 
  • Accommodation in doubles, triples or quad rooms at St. Michael's House
  • Breakfast, Monday-Friday, at St. Michael's House 
  • Meal Plan: 1000 Euros split between on-campus meals, meal vouchers at a local restaurant, and purchases at the local grocery store, Tesco.
  • A weekly group dinner at St. Michael's House
  • All rooms are equipped with linens, a pillow and towels
  • On-site staff, support and activities
  • Welcome, Farewell and Holiday Dinners
  • One weekend excursion to Western Ireland

Don't let money hold you back!

Financial Aid, Work Study, and Scholarships:

Duquesne in Dublin is an approved Duquesne program in collaboration with the University College Dublin. All Duquesne financial aid applies (including: Duquesne Scholarships/Grants, Federal financial aid and loans) and will apply to your DU bill as usual.  However, tuition remission and discounts DO NOT apply to the Duquesne in Dublin program. Please see Financial Policies for more information. Approved Work Study students are able to apply for positions while in Dublin.  Additional scholarship options are available and can be found on our Scholarship section.