Dedicated short programmes are available for both Faculty and students. The content and timing of these programmes may be tailored to individual requirements and they can therefore vary in duration: from a few days to a complete semester. Universities which regularly send students include Arcadia University's International Peace and Conflict Resolution Programme, Pennsylvania; Boston University, Massachusetts; Furman University, South Carolina and Creighton University, Omaha.
Visiting groups may discuss individual requirements with the Director of the Institute, Dr Dominic Bryan. Fees for these courses depend on content and duration.
The Institute also offers a four-week pre-semester winter programme in January which includes a two-week internship with a local organisation.
Teaching is available in the following areas:
History and Politics
History, politics and identity in Ireland.
Culture, Tradition and Heritage
Culture, gender, language and power in Ireland.
Literature and Language
From modern Irish writing to the study of Gaelic languages.
Communities, Identities and Conflict
Community and politics in Northern Ireland.
Peoples and Place
Ireland and its prehistory, early Ireland and heritage studies.
Religion and Ritual
Historical, sociological and anthropological approaches to religion.