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PR Internships in Dublin

If you’re looking for professional development opportunities in the European market, there’s no better place than Dublin. The Irish capital is known for being a welcoming and beautiful city with a rich culture and thriving tech scene. PR internships in Dublin offer a unique chance to work with some of the best industry professionals from around Ireland and the UK, and gain exposure to Europe’s top agencies and brands.

Whether you know exactly which area of public relations you’ll pursue full-time, or are still exploring your options, Dublin has endless choices for aspiring PR professionals. From fashion PR to social media, events planning, and everything in between, this city has it all. The networking opportunities are some of the best in the business, because many of the world’s largest corporations and PR agencies use Dublin as the European headquarters. And of course, for those interested in getting a foot in the door of the tech world, Dublin’s rapidly-expanding startup scene, known as the “Silicon Docks,” is the perfect locale.

Public relations is a demanding yet exciting field, and the best PR experts are able to think on their feet, are both creative and innovative, and have a broad range of experience. Dublin is the perfect place to develop those key skills, as it’s home to many PR industry conferences, events, and other networking opportunities. Ireland’s PR industry is truly thriving, and was already worth over a billion euros in 2019 – a huge amount for such a small country! And, the Public Relations Institute of Ireland reports that Irish PR experts are extremely happy in their field and have a good work-life balance. That same report showed that areas within PR including public affairs and community communications are growing quickly, and that there’s a huge demand for PR professionals who specialize in the finance, technology, and healthcare sectors.


Finally, Dublin is consistently ranked one of the best European cities for starting a company or investing. It’s known to be business-friendly with extreme economic potential and high foreign direct investment, making it a “city of the future,” and an excellent destination for young professionals. PR internships in Dublin are an exciting international experience, no matter your level of exposure to the professional PR world, or your academic background.

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Responsibilities at our PR internships in Dublin might include:

  • Creating and managing social media accounts
  • Drafting visual content for various online platforms
  • Pitching stories to local and international media outlets
  • Drafting press releases and compiling press lists
  • Assisting with both virtual and live event planning
  • Ghostwriting articles and blog posts, managing submissions
Responsibilities at our PR internships in Dublin might include:

Internships in PR in Dublin

Here are just a few examples of roles our PR interns have taken on before:

  1. Social Media Management

    Today, social media is one of a PR expert’s most valuable tools. Developing and executing a social media strategy on platforms including Instagram, Facebook, Tik Tok, and more, is often an important element of PR internships. Interns may help track engagement on various platforms, interact with followers, and draft posts, as well as managing a publication calendar.

  2. Content Creation

    For those with a creative mind and maybe some design skills, content creation is an excellent internship role. Interns may sit in on strategy sessions geared towards crafting unique stories about brands and clients, create videos, liase with influencers, and draft written content. If you like pitching ideas, thinking visually, and keeping on top of online trends, this may be the role for you!

  3. Crisis Management

    Crisis management is a fast-paced and exciting side of PR. Interns help their teams respond quickly to unexpected reputational problems, mitigating the issues for clients. Interns may draft press releases, internal memos, and other content to help shape the narrative following a business catastrophe. Crisis PR professionals need to be able to move quickly, be decisive, and, of course,  stay calm during a crisis!

  4. Media Relations

    The most successful PR professionals have excellent relationships with a wide network of media professionals. Interrns may focus on identifying potential journalists, building and maintaining relationships with existing connections, and pitching stories and interviews for clients and their executive suites. Media relations interns also learn how to track the impact and overall success of various articles, blog posts, and media campaigns.

The PR industry in Dublin

Public relations professionals, whether at an agency or in-house at a company, are tasked with protecting, promoting, and developing a brand. Building a relationship between a company and their target audience requires experts who are creative, innovative, organized, and experienced. It’s a challenging and fast-moving field with many distinct niches.


PR professionals are in high demand, but the industry is also extremely competitive. PR is one of the most popular university degrees today, and students who instead study communications, journalism, and marketing, among other degrees, often pursue PR careers. That being said, it’s a multi-billion dollar industry with plenty of room for professionals of all backgrounds and areas of expertise and interest. Love fashion? There’s a PR job for that. Studied finance? There’s room for you in PR. Are you a great writer and speaker? PR is a great option for you as well. The opportunities in this field are endless, and it’s a great option for a stable and enjoyable career.

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“Sometimes when you’re looking for an internship it’s hard to find somewhere where you’re doing the actual work. If you don’t show up a day it doesn’t really affect anything but here you’re actually a part of a team where you can see the work you’ve done.“

Katie Jones Skidmore College

“This remote internship helped me to realize that I want to study computer science and that this is something that I'm passionate about. It's also something that I wouldn't have explored had I not done this internship.“

Sarah Swendseid Gap year student

“I got here and within three weeks I launched a space balloon. We were the first company in South America to launch any space involved system.“

Peter Panigiris Student from Australia

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Dublin is a city that will welcome you with open arms. Interns are sure to fall in love with the Irish culture and landscape and gain top-tier experience in Emerald Isle’s fast-growing economy. Interns are supported on the ground by our local Irish team and get to live like locals while exploring the best of everything, from nightlife and traditional music to the country’s top historical sites including romantic castles and staggering cliffs. Find out about all Ireland has to offer and apply for PR internships in Dublin here.

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