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EU Visiting Programme

Trinity College receives a large number of EU students through the Lifelong Learning Programme/Erasmus and can offer only a limited number of places to EU students outside this Programme. Preference is given to applicants who commit themselves to a full year of study, including the examination period, and who provide evidence that their home university recognises the modulework and assessment grades in Trinity College.

Module directory

The Module Directory for EU visiting undergraduate students is available here.

Entrance requirements

Students must be highly academically qualified in their chosen discipline and meet the required standard of English language proficiency.

English language proficiency entry requirements

A high level of competence in the English language is required. See English language proficiency entry requirements

How to apply

Students should download the EU Visiting Student Application form and return by post to International Admissions. Please note that we do not require an application fee.


Application close date for admission in September is the 1st of March.

Application close date for admission in January is the 30th of September

Fee remission for Visiting EU students

NB: Please note that the following information relates to the 2013/2014 academic year.

  • EU Students who are spending a year at Trinity as an integral part of their degree abroad are eligible for a fee remission and will only be required to pay a student contribution fee of €2,750.00. In addition, all students are also obliged to pay a mandatory sports centre charge of €90 and USI (Union of Students in Ireland) membership fee of €8.00 totalling €2,848.
  • In order to be eligible for this tuition fee remission, EU students must be attending Trinity College for their 2nd, 3rd or 4th year of university study and must provide evidence that their Module of study at Trinity College would be fully recognised by their home universities as part of their degree. (This applies to full-time undergraduate students only).
  • The International Admissions and Study Abroad office will provide a form for this purpose once a place has been offered.
  • Please note that there are no scholarships or financial aid programs for undergraduate visiting students.

Trinity College Dublin undergraduate EU-Student Fee Schedule

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