The Department warmly welcomes visiting students who may be attending Trinity College for one academic year or one semester. Such students may take any undergraduate Economics module from JF, SF, JS and SS (first, second, third and fourth) year with the exception of ECU11011 & ECU11012 Introduction to Economics A & B and ECU11021 & ECU11022 Mathematics and Statistics A & B. Please consult the module timetable for module times and locations (timetable is subject to change during the first few weeks of the academic year).
Course Registration Forms
A Welcome Meeting for Semester 2 visiting students in Business, Economics, Sociology, Philosophy and Political Science took place on Wednesday, 15th January 2020, at 3pm, in the JM Synge Theatre, Arts Building.
If you missed the Welcome Meeting and require further information or assistance, please visit the relevant coordinator (details included in Information Leaflet below) during their office hours.
Coordinators for the School of Social Sciences and Philosophy (Economics, Political Science, Sociology and Philosophy), will only sign Module Registration forms during office hours - they will not sign forms at the welcome meeting or outside office hour.
- School of Social Sciences and Philosophy Incoming Students website
- Information Leaflet, Incoming Visiting Students
- Incoming Students Welcome Presentation (available soon)
- Visiting Student Module Outlines
Current Visiting Students
Economics Visiting Student Coordinator
Josephy Kopecky is our Incoming Erasmus Coordinator and Michael Wycherley is the Outgoing Erasmus Student Coordinator.
Visiting students are expected to fulfil the same course requirements, in terms of coursework and exams, as Trinity students.
All Junior Fresh (1st Year), Senior Fresh (2nd Year) and Junior Sophister (3rd year) modules are worth 5 ECTS. Senior Sophister (4th Year) modules are worth 10 ECTS.
- View a full list of modules.
Prospective Visiting Students
Further details on how to apply to come to Trinity as a visiting student are available from the university's Study at Trinity website.