A welcome meeting organised by the Business, Economics, Political Science, Sociology and Philosophy course office for Hilary term incoming visiting students will take place on Tuesday 15th January 2019 at 6pm in the JM Synge Theatre, Arts Building.
This page contains links to all individual undergraduate modules taught by the Department of Political Science staff that are available for visiting students, arranged by year. For each module there is a brief module description, module outline, recommended texts and assessment requirements. Students should consult their Trinity portal page for the most up-to-date module times and locations (subject to change).
- Visiting Student Module Outlines
- Timetable - For 2018-19 Political Science Modules please download this document.
Further information, including Visiting Students orientation events details and Visiting Students Coordinator contact details, is available below:
- Incoming Students Orientation and Module Enrolment events 2018
- Information Leaflet for Incoming Visiting Students Hilary Term 2019 (PDF 732KB)
- Incoming Welcome Event slides (September, 2017) (PDF 464KB)
- Information Leaflet for Incoming Visiting Students 2017-18 (PDF 244 KB)
Current Visiting Students
Political Science Visiting Student Coordinator
Mr Liam Kneafsey (firstname.lastname@example.org) is our Incoming Visiting Student Coordinator in 2018-19. You should consult Mr Kneafsey if you are coming to Trinity on an Erasmus or Socrates exchange or need module choice forms signed. His office is located in room 4.09 4th Floor, 3 College green. His office hours are on Tuesday 3-5pm.
Course Registration Forms
If you need to get the Department's permission to take a module for the 2018-19 academic year or one term only, please bring the Module Enrolment Form to our Erasmus Coordinator, Mr Liam Kneafsey (room 4.09 4th Floor, 3 College green) during his office hours on Tuesday 3-5pm.
Full year visiting students are expected to fulfil the same course requirements, in terms of coursework and exams, as Trinity students. These will vary depending on the module. Please consult the lecturer/module outline.
Michaelmas (first) term only students will be expected to complete a piece of coursework and a final term test/assignment. This will vary depending on the module. They may also be expected to complete an extra assignment (please consult the lecturer for more details).Please consult the lecturer/module outline.
Hilary (second) term only students will be expected to complete a piece of coursework and a final term test/assignment and/or may be expected to complete the second half of the annual exam. This will vary depending on the module. Please consult the lecturer/module outline.
Please note that the 2018 -19 annual exam dates will be confirmed later in the year.
For both full year and one term students, all Senior Fresh (2nd Year) and Junior Sophister (3rd year) modules are worth 5 ECTS.
Please note that visiting students are not eligible for JF or SS modules.
Buddy Programme for Incoming Visiting Students
The Buddy Programme is an international networking program which aims at matching up incoming visiting students from across the world with a TCD student, who will act as mentor or guide to their International Buddy. If you are interested in signing up for a Buddy please complete the form here. You can email the Buddy Programme on: email@example.com
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 webpage.