Trinity College Dublin
Trinity College Dublin (Ireland) is an exchange destination for students of the Faculty of Science. This destination is specifically for bachelor (undergraduate) students Computing Sciences, Pharmacy and Physics.
|Field of study|
Bachelor (undergraduate) Computing Sciences, Pharmacy and Physics
|Number of places available|
Full-Year exchange is also possible
Not available because this is a new partner.
|Web page general info exchange|
Study Abroad at Trinity College Dublin
Study Abroad guide
|Web page application info exchange|
Pharmacy: Recommended modules of year 2 or 3 in their Integrated Master programme Five-Year Integrated Pharmacy Programme (M.Pharm) - The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Find all the courses for Pharmacy year 2 & 3 with description here.
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.
You have an excellent command of the English language, both written and verbal.
|Areas open to exchange|
This partnership is based on a bilateral agreement between Science UU and Trinity College Dublin (Ireland) and the Departments of Computing Sciences, Pharmacy & Physics.
|Courses at master level|
Yes, only for Physics
|Courses taught in ENG|
Information on Student Accommocation can be found here.
|Estimated living costs|
Estimates for the entire academic year range quite a bit and will largely depend on recurring costs like accommodation, travel and day-to-day expenses depending on how you’re living. The monthly costs are between €900-€1100 EUR. It could go up to €1500 depending on your choice of accommodation. This should be enough for you to live comfortably in Dublin, with much of the cost coming at the beginning of your stay.
|Credits and grading|
Normal study load: 30 EC per semester.
The International Officer of the Faculty of Science is Noor Weelink.
Questions? Please make an (online) appointment below.