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Visiting Student Module Enrolment Process and Module Directory

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Information on Module Enrolment

  • Modules are enrolled subject to timetabling constraints. Students are not permitted to take clashing modules i.e. where there is a timetable clash with another module. Neither module/tutorial will be registered on your record until the clashing is resolved with the relevant academic department(s)/school.
  • A full academic year is equivalent to 60 ECTS. Full year students are expected to take a minimum of 45 ECTS and single term students a minimum of 20-30 ECTS.
  • The Academic Registry is responsible for the administrative process of module registration only. Any queries in relation to course content, course requirement or clashes should be directed to the relevant academic school.
  • Students must obtain the signed approval of the relevant coordinator in each academic area in respect of each module.
  • If you register for a module and do not withdraw officially by the submission deadline you will receive a mark of ABSENT on your Trinity transcript.
  • Please be advised the enrolment period for Semester 2 modules is now closed.

Application Process for Module Enrolment and Submission of the Form

1. Review modules in advance of selection in the Module Directory below.

2. Print the Module Enrolment Form.

3. Input module choices based on module titles and codes in the Module Directory.

4. Bring the completed form to each of the relevant school(s) for sign off by the coordinator(s). You can discuss any of the modules at the relevant School Meetings (timetabled below).

5. Bring your completed and signed forms to the Academic Registry, Watts Building between 9:00AM – 2:00PM, during September 2nd - 20th.

6. If there are no clashes, your selected modules will appear on your portal timetable and Blackboard within 48 hours of submission. Please log onto your portal and verify that you are registered on the correct modules.


If you have any questions about the module enrolment process, please log a ticket via your portal using the AskAR button. This will allow us to assign your query to the Visiting Student enrolment support team to ensure a quicker response.

Any questions in relation to the modules and academic content should be directed to the relevant academic school delivering the module.


2019/20 Semester 1 - Visiting Student Orientation Meetings

Date Time Department Place Speaker
4th September
9:30 - 15:30
Fabio Boylan
4th September 10:00 - 11:00 English Robert Emmett LT Mark Faulkner
4th September 12:00 Creative Arts - Film Film Seminar Room, First Floor, 191 Pearse Street Asst. Prof. Jennifer O'Meara
4th September 15:00 Creative Arts - Drama Samuel Beckett Theatre Foyer Ann Mulligan
4th September 14:00-15:00

Mathematics (Erasmus/Visiting Students)

LTEE2 Kirk Soodhalter
4th September 18:00 Business, Economics, Political Science, Sociology and Philosophy Edmund Burke theatre, Arts Building)  
5th September 16:30-18:00 Histories and Humanities (EU and Non EU Only) Classics Seminar Room (6th floor, Arts Building  
5th September 14:00-16:30 Histories and Humanities (Erasmus Students Only) Classics Seminar Room (6th floor, Arts Building)  
5th September 10:30 School of Religion G6, Irish School of Ecumenics - Loyola Inst. Building (Undergraduate)-Ms Jane Welch (Postgraduate) - Ms Helen Murphy
6th September 9:30 Creative Arts - Music Boydell Recital Room, Top Floor, House 5 Gráinne Redican
6th September 10:00 - 11:30 Psychology - Erasmus AP 0.26 Dr. Paul Dockree
6th September 11:30 - 13:30 Psychology - Non EU AP 0.26 Dr. Paul Dockree
6th September 15:00 - 16:00 Social Work and Social Policy AB 3106 Dr. Catherine Conlon
6th September 10:00-11:00 Engineering Museum Building M20  
6th September 12:00-13:15 Biology, Zoology, Botany, Genetics LTEE3  
6th September 11:00-12:00 Chemistry SNIAM lecture theatre Prof Peter Dunne
6th September 12:00-13:00 Physics SNIAM lecture theatre Prof Graham Cross
6th September 10:00 Computer Science & Statistics Large Conference Room, O'Reilly Institute Dr Inmaculada Arnedillo-Sánchez

 3rd -13th September

Tuesday 3rd 11:00-13:00 14:00-16:00

Wednesday 4th

Friday 6th

Tuesday 10th

Wednesday 11th

Friday 13th

Law School International Office, Room 01C, House 39
David Kenny


Module Directory

Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics and Science

General Science Course Specialised Departments

Faculty of Health Sciences

  • Nursing and Midwifery
  • Trinity Electives

    Visiting students may take up to two Trinity Electives (TE), one per semester. The application process for you takes place in early September and early January. Please be advised there is no change of mind period for your TE modules so make sure to choose carefully!

    More information on Trinity Electives can be found on the TE website.