Many TU835 students have gone on successful Erasmus exchanges.  The Programme Management Team works together with the TU Dublin Erasmus and International Offices to promote Erasmus and other student exchange opportunities.

 

An Erasmus exchange is possible where the school has established an Inter-Institutional Agreement with a partner institution. 

Students who are interested in undertaking an exchange should refer to our partner institutions websites and review the programme, module options (with associated credits) available to you. We currently have agreements with:

Application deadlines and funding details for Erasmus are available here.   

The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) allows credits taken at one higher education institution to be counted towards a qualification studied for at another. Following your nomination to a host institution you will have to complete a Learning Agreement which sets out how you will meet credit requirements of your programme while you are away i.e. what modules you will take and the number of credits you will achieve.  Once you have selected your destination please contact the Erasmus academic coordinator jordana.corrigan@tudublin.ie 

TU Dublin Environment & Planning currently hold educational partnerships with:

  • National University of Lesotho
  • Gengdan Institute of Beijing University of Technology

All our programmes support international field trips. Recent TU Dublin Environment & Planning student groups have made field trips to: Beijing, Bratislava, Krakow, Praque and Vienna.

 

TU Dublin Environment & Planning support students studying at postgraduate level under the Irish Aid Fellowship.  Information about the Irish Aid Fellowship is available here.

TU Dublin Environment & Planning welcome educational visits to Dublin.  Visiting faculties should contact the School Office for more information.