The Dublin Global Gateway is a bustling hub outfitted to host undergraduate classes, faculty seminars, conferences, book launches and receptions and serves as the heart of Notre Dame’s scholarly endeavors in Dublin.

The historic O'Connell House in Georgian Dublin, home of the Gateway, is an embassy for Notre Dame undergraduate and graduate students, alumni, and faculty who venture to Ireland for seminars, colloquia, or independent research, and for guests ranging from presidents to priests, authors to artists. It also serves as a warm and welcoming home for visitors from the University.

An authentic Irish experience awaits all those from the Notre Dame family who visit Dublin. Céad mile fáilte! 

A letter of thanks to Ireland

Khaoula Morchid (17') was asked to share her story at the annual Thanksgiving in Dublin. Addressed as a "thank you" letter, she gives three reasons why she's grateful for her experience in Ireland.

Protect our parasites: Ph.D. student uses Irish landscape as an outdoor laboratory

Maureen Williams, a Notre Dame grad and current Ph.D. student, is doing cutting-edge research sparked by her time studying abroad in Dublin.

Sounds like home: Notre Dame alum embraces music and songwriting in Dublin

Julia Steiner writes songs inspired by her time in Ireland and plays them in a rock band.