Strong Dollar Offers Great Value for US Students
With the US dollar now at its strongest ever value against the European ‘Euro’ currency, studying in Europe has never offered better value. In April 2008, one dollar bought €0.63c. In February 2017, one dollar buys €0.94c. In the last five years, the dollar has increased in strength by 22.5% against the Euro. It is impossible to predict whether the currency will continue in this trend, but we do know one thing for sure: US students have never had better value from studying in Europe.
Here at Achill Archaeological Field School, Ireland’s longest establish field school, we offer outstanding tuition in a safe, idyllic location, with accommodation in a deluxe purpose-built block. Our Introduction to Archaeology Courses offer a solid grounding in Irish archaeology and field methods, with courses ranging from five days to two weeks. Our Modular Courses in Archaeology with Academic Credit provide either two, four or six week courses for undergraduates and beyond, with academic credits available from National University of Ireland, Galway. Credits have been provided to students from over 100 American colleges – please see our International University List for a list of USA colleges and universities which have already accepted academic credits for students from Achill Archaeological Field School via National University of Ireland, Galway. We also offer a higher level Trainee Archaeological Supervisor Course for students planning a career in archaeology. For all three levels of tuition, with the dollar at a record high against the euro, there has never been a better time to study with us in Ireland.
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