Non-EU Visiting Students
We welcome applications from students currently enrolled full-time in university who have achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.3 (B+) or better. You can select courses across a range of subject areas and are not restricted to courses in your major. While enrolled in Trinity, you will be welcomed as a full member of the academic community and encouraged to participate fully in student life in the University.
The list of Modules non-EU visiting undergraduate students can take.
Students must be currently registered at a university and have completed a minimum of two years study at a high standard. For US students, a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3 is generally required. If you have concerns or questions about how your academic standing will impact your application, please email email@example.com
English language proficiency requirements
English is the language of teaching at Trinity College Dublin. If English is not your first language, you will be asked for proof of English language proficiency. Requirements can be found here: English language proficiency entry requirements.
Semester Abroad Programme: Conflict, Religion, Peace-building in International Affairs (30ECTs)
This new course provides innovative and challenging opportunities for students who are interested in the increasingly relevant field of religion and conflict. The course is distinguished by a strong inter- and multi-disciplinary approach, drawing upon collaborations between the academic staff from the Masters programmes Intercultural Theology & Interreligious Studies and International Peace Studies.
Students will develop a critical grasp of the interplay of conflict, peace and religion. Participants will also be able to apply their knowledge to current issues and selected case studies. Assessment will be based primarily on a written assignment.
Modules offered during Hilary term:
EM2302 – Religion and International Relations
EM2303 – Engaging Religious Fundamentalism
EM2304 – Gender, War and Peace
5 Reasons to choose Semester Abroad Conflict, Religion, Peace-building in International Affairs
- Field trips to Belfast and UN Geneva and guest lectures from academic experts and diplomats
- Vibrant international environment
- Excellent library and study facilities
- Strong pastoral care for students in small class-setting
- Renowned university dating from the 16 century in a lively and dynamic city
Visiting undergraduate students will benefit from the Trinity College experience of learning within a rich historical and cultural context. This will be facilitated through organised orientation processes and structured opportunities for cultural and fieldwork visits to Northern Ireland, the International Criminal Court in The Hague or the United Nations in Geneva. With students coming to ISE from every continent, this exciting new course will itself be an intercultural laboratory of learning, dialogue and engaging with diversity.
For further details contact the course coordinator, Dr Jude Lal Fernando (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Marking and Grades
Grade transfers work differently depending on the nature of your university's relationship with Trinity. General guidelines on grade conversions can be found here and here, but you should discuss credit and grade transfer with your home institution's study abroad office and your own department before departure.
Grading Systems and Transcripts
The following marking scheme applies in Trinity College Dublin.
|Degree classification||Grade||Percentage range|
|First class Honors||I||70–100%|
|Second class Honors, first division||II.1||60–69%|
|Second class Honors, second division||II.2||50–59%|
|Third class Honors||III||40–49%|
The Academic Registry processes exam results attained by Erasmus and other exchange students, non-EU visiting and EU visiting students once finalised by their department. The transcripts of those results are then sent by post directly to the student's home university, usually during the summer months. These results are not available online, through e-mail or over the phone.
Before the Academic Registry can issue students’ transcripts, all examination and assessment results from the relevant departments and schools must be received. Once assembled, the transcripts are prepared and distributed. This is a prolonged process but every effort is made to ensure that students get their transcripts in the shortest possible time. Academic Registry will be unable to prepare transcripts for a student until all of the relevant departments have returned results.
Every effort is made to assist those students who require their transcript urgently for an exceptional reason such as to meet a deadline for application to a postgraduate course.
Trinity examination results are published towards the end of June each year and should then be available to view through the student portal mytcd.ie
Anyone who studied in Trinity as an Erasmus student, exchange student, non-EU visiting student or EU visiting student in previous years can obtain an archived transcript by contacting the Academic Registry.
The Academic Registry prepares academic transcripts for all visiting & Erasmus and EU and Non-EU full degree students on a select number of courses outlined here.