Visiting and Exchange Students
Many of the modules taught by the Centre for Language and Communication Studies (CLCS) may be taken by visiting and exchange students (subject to availability and timetabling).
Note: In order to apply for any of our modules you must first register as a Visiting/Exchange student at Trinity College. Information about how to become a Visiting/Exchange student at Trinity College may be found on Trinity's International Students pages.
Handbook and Timetable Information
- CLCS Visiting Students Handbook (2023-2024) (PDF) (lists and describes available CLCS modules)
- CLCS Visiting Students' Module Timetable
Orientation Meeting (Online):
If you've any outstanding questions/queries you are welcome to join a zoom meeting at:
Topic: CLCS Erasmus orientation meeting.
Time: 3pm, 7th September 2023
Join Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 940 8797 1929
Undergraduate modules: Reading Week (no undergraduate lectures) is in week 7 of each semester (Michaelmas term: 23-27 October 2023; Hilary Term: 4–8 March 2024).
NB this may vary for First Year UG modules
Registration for CLCS modules 2023/2024
The Academic Registry will be contacting all incoming visiting students to inform them of the process of choosing modules in the months before the Semester begins. Please make sure to regularly check the email you used in your application, as this is where all directives from Trinity will be sent. You will be asked to review all the modules available to you on the Module Directory, and then enter your preferences in an online form. Please make sure that to meet all pre-requisite requirements before submitting your choices. You will then be enrolled closer to the beginning of the semester.
Information on the enrolment process is available on the Module Directory webpage.
Module enrolment for visiting students in Semester 2 begins on: TBA.
Visiting/Erasmus Student Queries during Term time
Dr Neasa Ní Chiaráin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
CLCS Office: Room 4091, Arts Building
Language Assistant Opportunity
The Centre for Language and Communication Studies (CLCS) requires native speaking language assistants for the Trinity Language and Culture electives during the 2023/24 academic year in the following languages: Chinese, German, French, Irish, Japanese, Korean, Spanish and Italian.
The role involves assisting language instructors during language classes. This usually involves helping small groups of students with project work, pronunciation and various other tasks determined by the teacher.
The classes are on Tuesday mornings (09:00-11:00) and Thursday afternoons (16:00-18:00) and the rate of pay is €90 per term (€10p/h for a maximum of 9 hours per term).
If you are interested in applying for one of these teaching roles, please email Hongfei Wang (email@example.com) stating your name, student number, native language and days you will be available.
Language Modules Co-ordinator
Centre for Language and Communication Studies
Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin
Dublin 2, Ireland