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Why intern in Dublin?

Why do a Turing Scheme funded Internship in Dublin?

Why intern in Dublin?

A short flight from the UK, Dublin is the capital city of Ireland, known for its literary giants, vibrant nightlife, and of course, Guinness. Like all the best cities, Dublin is an exciting mix of tradition and modernity, and the industry is booming: 83% of business leaders believe that their revenue will grow in the next year.

Ireland's economy grew by 3 percent, despite the impact of the Covid pandemic, so an internship funded by the Turing Scheme in Ireland offers an excellent opportunity to learn from their optimism and how to overcome challenges.  

What better internship opportunity could there be to help your CV stand out from the crowd?

The River Liffey, Dublin

Great Craic

The Gaelic word ‘Craic’ (pronounced ‘Crack’) reflects Ireland’s lively, social atmosphere - and it’s infectious. If something is good craic, it’s good fun. It’s no surprise this phrase is so ubiquitous in Dublin, a city famous for Temple Bar. On weekends, people flock here for the pubs, bars, and clubs lining almost every street, each hosting their own live music sessions. Walking through Temple Bar at night is like pressing shuffle on your music list - from acoustic covers of cheesy classics to traditional Irish folk - there’s something for everyone.

Vikings, Fairies, and Revolutions

Ireland’s history traces back over 1000 years, and it’s perceptible in the streets, the architecture and the monuments. With 43 museums, you’ll be able to learn about the ‘Easter Rebellion’ in Dublin’s war for independence, Irish folklore, and the city’s Viking past. Not a fan of museums? Head to the Lidl on Aungier Street for a peak at some Medieval ruins, or venture into the countryside to see the sacred ‘fairy mounds’.

The team are so kind, and the work is really pushing me to improve! I don’t feel like an intern at all but fully part of the team whose ideas are valued, which is nice.

Digital Marketing Intern 2021


Literary Landmarks

Home to Oscar Wilde, James Joyce and Samuel Beckett, Dublin was named UNESCO City of Literature in 2010 and contains an infinite number of things to do for book lovers. You’ll be able to step back in time at Sweny’s pharmacy, a real location featured in Joyce’s Ulysses, wander around the Museum of Literature, and explore the city’s many historical bookshops. The Abbey, Ireland’s National Theatre, regularly sells front-row seats for under £25.


Picturesque Coastlines

While Dublin is the largest city in Ireland, it’s easy to escape the hustle and bustle. With your complimentary travel card, you’ll be able to make free day trips to some beautiful coastal villages just 25 minutes away from the city centre, including Howth, Malahide, and Bray. Howth offers stunning cliff views while Malahide boasts crystal clear water and the famous Malahide Castle, where you’ll find concerts over the Summer.

The picturesque Bray Coast, a short journey away from Dublin

Turing Scheme Internships in Dublin

All of our placements in Dublin are in Digital Marketing within small to medium-sized businesses. 

Some companies are more design-based, requiring graphic design or illustration skills, whereas others are looking for those with a good grasp of the English language to write blogs and social media/web content.

Take a look at the roles we have in Dublin:


While you take part in the Turing Scheme, you’ll be staying in the city’s newly renovated Docklands, just a minute's walk away from a variety of supermarkets, green parks, and the River Liffey. Our Dublin accommodation is located right next to The Point, a tram stop that takes you directly to the heart of the city in 10 minutes.


Highfiel Park Dublin accommodation communal areas

The accommodation itself was built brand new in 2020 and offers many onsite facilities, including a cinema, gym, basketball court, study and a rooftop area. You’ll have a double ensuite bedroom with a communal kitchen and living area shared with other Turing interns. There’s no need to budget for bed linen, kitchen utensils, or internet access since these are all provided - however you'll need to bring a towel!

Highfield Park Dublin accommodation room

Kitchens are well equipped with a large fridge freezer, dishwasher and plenty of cupboard space, and you'll also have access to Laundry facilities located on-site.

All utilities and WIFI are covered, so there are no extra expenses to you, and you can rest assured knowing that should you have any issues, there is 24-hour staff and maintenance on-site. 

Dublin Cost of Living

The cost of living in Dublins roughly the same as living in London, however we’ll provide you with a free unlimited Travel Card and central accommodation, so you only need to worry about daily expenses.

What to do while you're there

You'll find a rich cultural history, active nightlife, friendly residents, the tradition of Irish pubs, and a country passionate about sports and music. Dublin provides access to great public transport connecting Tallaght to The Point and Saggart to Connolly. With so much to see and do, Dublin has a transport network that is easy to navigate:

DART: The Dublin Area Rapid Transit (or DART) system is a rail line that regularly runs along the coast from Malahide or Howth in North Co. Dublin southwards through the city centre and as far as Greystones, Co. Wicklow.

Commuter Rail: Operates on two lines. One is from Connolly Station in the city to Kilcock. The other is from Heuston Station to Sallins.

LUAS Tram Line: red and green lines, city centre only

Dublin Bus: The biggest public transport provider in the Greater Dublin Area, operating over 136 routes. Normal services run from 5.00 am until midnight.

The prettiest street in Dublin - Crown Alley


It was a rewarding experience as it looks great on my CV and I've had a greater response from employers since putting the internship on my CV.

Digital Marketing Intern 2021

In today's competitive job market, international work experience - like an internship placement in Ireland - will give your CV the boost it needs to make you stand out to employers. 

Departure/Return Dates:

07/01/2024-07/04/2024, 13 Weeks

14/04/2024-14/07/2024, 13 Weeks


 Interested in a work placement experience in Ireland?

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