School-Level Exchange and Other Mobility Opportunities â The Coimbra Group Student Exchange Network (SEN), www.coimbra-group.eu ), aims to promote and enhance exchanges amongst participating member universities in almost all academic disciplines. Coimbra Group SEN gives students from almost all departments in College the opportunity to study abroad at leading European universities while benefitting from the Erasmus+ grant and associated supports. Contact Erasmus.Outgoing@tcd.ie for more information. â Students studying subjects with very specific academic requirements degree have access to opportunities to study overseas through a range of programmes coordinated by their own Schools and Departments. For example, students from Health Sciences, Law, Social Science and Philosophy, Business and Engineering have a range of School Level options available to them. You should check with the Exchange Coordinator in your School for further information. The above list of Schools is not exhaustive and other programmes might also have bespoke exchange opportunities available. Speak to your School to find out more. â CASA (Consortium for Advanced Study Abroad) is a Study Abroad programme for Trinity students to study at one of the CASA centres on a fee-paying basis. Students can study at CASA Study Centres in Cuba, Chile and Argentina. As the first non-US partner in CASA, Trinity students have a unique opportunity to study at the CASA centres. Visit the website at http://casa.education/home to find out more about how the CASA Outbound mobility programme works. Please note students need the appropirate level of Spanish in order to study through these programmes. If you are fluent or near-fluent speaker you are welcome to apply regardless of your course of study at Trinity. There are some scholarships available but students will typiclaly need to pay the majority of the relevant fee to the partner institution. Please contact study. email@example.com or the the Hispanic Studies Department at Trinity for more information. Moya Brennan, a Mental Health Nursing student, went to Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland “My time on Erasmus totally changed me. I have become more open minded, excited and hopeful. It has placed more meaning on the phrase ‘the world is your oyster’ and makes me realise I can definitely work abroad in the future. I have gained more confidence travelling alone, meeting so many new people and going through new experiences. The friends I have made there have enriched my life and now I have connections from all over the world. Not only was I exposed to Finnish culture but I was introduced to so many other cultures through talking with the other exchange students that were studying in Finland.” â The UNITECH International Society ( www.unitech- international.org ) was founded in 2000 with an objective to jointly develop a group of talented young engineers to sucessfully navigate future challenges in global industry and to help bridge the gap between the corporate and academic world. UNITECH exchanges are open to students from the School of Engineering and often combine an Erasmus study exchange and an Erasmus traineeship in a corporate partner. â CLUSTER (Consortium Linking Universities of Science and Technology for Education and Research) is a consortium of elite European universities in science and engineering (and architecture) with associate members from around the world ( www.cluster.org ) CLUSTER exchanges are open to students from the School of Engineering and allow students to benefit from the Erasmus+ grant and associated supports during their time abroad. â ELAN, the European Liberal Arts Network ( www. europeanliberalarts.eu ), is an innovative educational network designed to promote and develop a Liberal Arts approach to higher education. ELAN exchanges give students from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences the opportunity to study abroad at leading European universities while benefitting from the Erasmus+ grant and associated supports. Contact Erasmus.Outgoing@tcd.ie for more information on ELAN. â Summer Programmes. Many of our partner universities also offer shorter summer courses which are open to current Trinity students. Taking part in a summer programme can be a great way to experience studying abroad without spending a whole term or year abroad. Most programme typically run from 2-4 weeks in length and tend to be quite cost efficient, with some partners offering generous tuition waivers or discounts. Unlike exchange programmes, it is important to note that credits gained through summer programmes are not typically recognised for credit towards your Trinity degree, but keep in mind you will still get an international study experience, gain useful skills to add to your CV and impress future employers. 07 Trinity College Dublin | GoGlobal!
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