Dundalk Institute of Technology is delighted to have been awarded the ERASMUS+ Charter for implementation of the ERASMUS+ Programme for Student and Staff Mobility within Europe, from 2014 to 2020.
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The Institute has successfully applied for and been conferred with the ERASMUS+ University Charter for the ERASMUS+ Programme, 2014 - 2020
Incoming ERASMUS+ Students Applying to DkIT must first be nominated by the partner university to study at DkIT.
For studies commencing in September, completed application forms must be received by DkIT International Office by 15th May.
The Institute’s ERASMUS/International Strategy in the context of the Lifelong Learning Programme (2014-2020) will be to strengthen our international partnerships, increase international student numbers, promote international mobilities for students and staff, and ensure a quality service for all
The International Office will post up details on ERASMUS+ Traineeships of interest in 2014/2015.
Traineeships are generally unpaid, but ERASMUS+ funding for a Traineeship can be applied for.
Mourne View Hall accommodation is a student hall-of-residence, located off-campus, 12 minutes walking from DkIT. The accommodation is half-way between DkIT campus and Dundalk town centre, on the Dublin Road.
DkIT is delighted to host a 2-week Erasmus Intensive Programme from 15th - 26th October at the Institute.
Matrix of Erasmus Partner Institutes.
Dundalk Institute of Technology is delighted to have been successful in achieving the ERASMUS+ CHARTER for the implementation of the ERASMUS+ Programme for Student and Staff Mobility within Europe, from 2014 - 2020.
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