Outbound from Trinity
The School of Nursing and Midwifery encourage our students to participate in Erasmus exchanges to distinguished universities around Europe such as Nottingham University, University of Malta, and the University of Applied Science in Turku, Finland. These programmes provide students with a unique opportunity to not only enrich their academic education but also to gain invaluable intercultural, language, social and civic skills.
This website gives relevant information on applying for school level Erasmus opportunities for students of Nursing and Midwifery.
Student in the Schools can spend half of their third year attending clinical practice in hospitals partnered with distinguished universities around Europe such as Nottingham University, University of Malta, and the University of Applied Science in Turku, Finland. This is a unique opportunity for students to not only enrich their academic education but also to gain invaluable intercultural, language, social and civic skills. Some of the exchange programmes offer courses through English while others allow students to study abroad through the country’s language. There are a variety of exchange programme types and destinations on offer.
- University of Applied Science, Turku, Finland
- University of Malta, Malta
- Nottingham University, Nottingham, UK
- Glamorgan University, Glamorgan, Wales
- TEI, Athens, Greece
The Erasmus Programme is a European Commission programme which enables and encourages students across Europe to study at another university as part of their university degree programme.
Students are given the opportunity to apply from our selected university partners. The Departmental Exchange Coordinator will review the applications, taking in to account the grades achieved in the Senior Freshman Semester 1 term tests, reviewing motivational letters and performance at a group dynamic exercise and ascertain the suitability of the student for Erasmus exchange.
Before you go
Please see the Handbook for Outgoing Students (PDF 170KB) for information relevant to Erasmus and Non-EU exchanges.
After accepting an offer of an Erasmus exchange you must visit the Study at Trinity website and complete the application process there. You must also have a completed learning agreement, signed by the relevant coordinator(s) prior to departure.
The following documents must be completed and sent, by email only, to email@example.com by the due dates.
- Section A (before mobility) of the learning agreement, signed by the relevant coordinator(s), by 17th June, 2016* (for Full Year and MT exchanges) by Friday 18th December, 2016 for HT only exchanges.
- Personal Declaration by 1st July, 2016 (for Full Year and MT exchanges) by Friday 18th December, 2016 for HT only exchanges.
*Please note: Any changes to this learning agreement during the course of the exchange must be agreed in writing by the relevant coordinator, and the signed ‘during mobility’ section submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org to approve these. If students deviate from the programme of study agreed upon in their learning agreement, coordinators are not obliged to accept non-approved modules, which could jeopardize the student’s ability to progress.