Module Enrolment - Module Directory
This module directory includes the application process and all information required to enrol in two kinds of modules at Trinity, Broad Curriculum Modules and Visiting Student Modules.
Broad Curriculum modules are open to full time undergraduate students.
Visiting student modules are open to Study Abroad, Erasmus and Postgraduate (not reading for a degree) students.
Please click into the relevant area for more information
Visiting & Erasmus Students
Module Enrolment information and school meeting times
Visiting students should use the module enrolment form and submit it to the Academic Registry to officially enrol in classes only once they have arrived in Trinity. The Academic Registry is responsible for the administration of enrolling you on modules only, all queries about the academic side of your classes should be directed to the relevant academic department.
Hilary Term Visiting and Erasmus student module enrolment will take place this year from the January 15th to 24th 2018, between the hours of 9:00am and 2:00pm.
Students wishing to submit their choices should:
- Print their Module Enrolment Form.
- Input their choices based on module codes in the Module Directory below.
- Bring their completed form to the relevant schools for sign off.
- Submit their forms to the module enrolment office in the Academic Registry service desk in the Watts building between 9:00am and 2:00pm.
- Students cannot enrol for clashing modules, this may cause problems with their exam scheduling and transcript production.
This will not be accepted without signatures from the departmental Visiting/Erasmus Coordinator for each module selected.
Where the abbreviations JF, SF, JS and SS are used, they refer to Junior Freshman (first year), Senior Freshman (second year), Junior Sophister (third year) and Senior Sophister (fourth year). Students are encouraged to consider courses in years below their own, as higher level classes often fill up first.
Closer to the beiginning of term the details of the Schools/Departments meetings for incoming Erasmus and visiting students will become available. Students are also encouraged to go to the School to which they have been accepted where the secretary/Executive Officer will be able to advise which academic staff member you need to meet with to discuss module choices.
Time & Date
|Religions, Peace Studies and Theology||13:00-14:00, 10th January||Room 5011, Arts Building||Prof Maureen Junker-Kenny|
|Law||14:00-15:00, 10th January||Room 11, Law School||Celine Walsh|
|Semester Start Up Programme||15:00-16:00, 10th January||Davis Theatre||N/A|
|Botany||14:30-15:00, 11th & 12th January||Ground Floor, Botany Building||Prof John Parnell|
|Computer Science and Statistics||10:00-11:00, 12th January||Large Conference Room, O'Reilly Institute||Dr Inmaculada Arnedillo-Sánchez|
|Histories and Humanities||14:00-15:00, 12th January||Classics Seminar Room, 6th floor, Arts Building||TBC|
|Nursing & Midwifery||Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange||24 D’Olier Street||Dr. Colm O’Boyle & Frances O’Brien|
|Social Work and Social Policy||15:00-16:00, 12th January||Room 3068 Arts Block||Dr. Catherine Conlon|
|Social Sciences and Philosophy||18:00-19:00, 15th January||Thomas Davis Theatre, Arts Building||TBC|
|Trinity Buiness School||18:00-19:00, 15th January||Thomas Davis Theatre, Arts Building||Mr James White, Room 3.14. Tuesday & Thursday 09.30 - 12.30|