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Non-EU Study Abroad and Exchange Application Links

Full Year Study Abroad - Apply Here Michelmas Term Study Abroad - Apply Here Hilary Term Study Abroad - APPLICATION CLOSED

Eligibility requirements

Students must be currently registered at a university and have completed a minimum of two years study at a high standard. A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.1 or equivalent is generally required for non-EU students. If you have concerns or questions about how your academic standing will impact your application, please email or

Some areas of study have special minimum requirements - for the list, please see the Study Abroad Guide here:

English is the language of teaching at Trinity College Dublin. If English is not your first language, you will be asked for proof of English language proficiency. Requirements can be found here: English language proficiency entry requirements. Trinity requires a high standard of proficiency for all of its students. The School of Linguistic, Speech and Communications Sciences runs a programme called English for Academic Purposes for students who wish to increase their proficiency of academic English. More information can be found at

Application Deadlines

Please note that early application is recommended as demand for places is high.

  Autumn Term (Michaelmas Term) and Full Year Spring Term (Hilary and Trinity Terms)
Applications Open January 22 1 August
Applications Close April 30 15 October

Application Instructions

Wherever possible, please use your home university email address when applying to Trinity.

In order to apply for admission, click on the link at the top of this page and complete and submit an online application. An official university transcript, letter of recommendation, and academic statement are required in addition to the application. There is no fee to submit an application.

Please view the Study Abroad Application Guide for step-by-step guidance on completing the application, linked here:


Fees for Study Abroad students can be found on the Academic Registry website. Study Abroad students can find fees listed on the Undergraduate Non-EU Student Fees PDF under the Visiting/Erasmus (Undergraduate) section.


Trinity College Dublin offers the following scholarships to Visiting Non-EU Study Abroad students. Click on each scholarship to view information about application and eligibility:


Please note that if you are studying abroad through a programme provider (see Ways to Come to Trinity for more information), your application to Trinity will be submitted to the provider directly, not through Trinity’s online system.

Providers include: