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General information


City
City:Dublin  
Country Ireland {Republic}
About the University The School of Law, Trinity College Dublin attracts students of the highest calibre and currently has a student population of approximately 510 undergraduates and 170 postgraduates. We are ideally situated on the historic campus of Trinity College Dublin in the city centre, close to the courts and the Oireachtas. The Law School's commitment to rigorous legal scholarship has placed it at the forefront of legal research in Ireland, with staff members involved in writing and editing leading textbooks, casebooks and commentaries on administrative law, civil procedure, confict of laws, constitutional law, European Union law, environmental law, equity, evidence, family law, human rights law, international law, land law, public interest law, sports law torts and trade union law.

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Student exchange information


Method of application at the RUG Online application form: rug.nl/law/lep
Application deadline RUG 01 March
Available places 6 places in first semester or 3 year-long places
Level of courses available for exchange students Bachelor
Main Language English
Language of instruction English
Language test results needed No
Language courses available Unknown
Extra requirements None
Link (law faculty) university View university website
Link International office View international office website
Housing arranged Institution
Visa needed No (unless you have a non-eu passport)
Vaccination needed No
Financial support / Grants More information on study and placement grants for law students can be found at the website www.rug.nl/law/lep.

An Erasmus+ grant covers part of the travel and accommodation expenses involved in studying abroad. At the moment the Erasmus+ grant has been set at €170,-- to €270,-- per calendar month, depending on the country of your host university. This may change per academic year.

Your application for an exchange period at one of the Faculty’s partner universities also counts as your application for a grant. When you receive notification of a place for study abroad, you will also learn whether or not you have been awarded a Erasmus grant and receive more information on the Erasmus grant.

Student Reports


Dublin Fall 2018-1.pdf (Size: 106 Kb | Create Time: 01 Mar 2021)
Dublin Fall 2019.pdf (Size: 85 Kb | Create Time: 01 Mar 2021)
Dublin Fall 2019-1.pdf (Size: 85 Kb | Create Time: 01 Mar 2021)
Dublin Fall 2019-2.pdf (Size: 100 Kb | Create Time: 01 Mar 2021)
Dublin Fall 2017-2 .pdf (Size: 130 Kb | Create Time: 01 Mar 2021)
Dublin Fall 2018.pdf (Size: 114 Kb | Create Time: 01 Mar 2021)
Dublin Fall 2019-3.pdf (Size: 103 Kb | Create Time: 01 Mar 2021)

Courses


Course information can be found in the students report and on the website of the university.

Please be aware that the course list on the website of the university might not always be up to date, since the curriculum for next academic year might not be available yet. Furthermore keep in mind that you can only follow the courses open to exchange students. 

Level of courses available Bachelor
LLB students: is a minimum of 30 ECTS available Yes
Last update (06 Oct 2021)