Erasmus+ Incoming Students
The Erasmus+ programme is a European Union funding exchange programme. Students from a European partner university are eligible to study at DkIT for a semester or an academic year. We have over 600 international students studying at the Institute during a typical academic year and they come from a wide variety of backgrounds and cultures to play an important role in campus life.
As a visiting Erasmus student at DkIT, you will enjoy a wonderful and unique experience, with top quality teaching and learning facilities, friendly staff, a beautiful green campus, and of course, a fun social life! This page includes all the information you will need to help you prepare for your DkIT experience.
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Incoming ERASMUS+ Students Applying to DkIT must first be nominated by the partner university to study at DkIT. View the full list of Erasmus Partner Institutes.
- For studies commencing in September, completed application forms must be received by DkIT International Office by 15th May.
- For studies commencing in January, completed application forms must be received by DkIT International Office by 15th November.
Students are required to provide a passport photo, evidence of health insurance (EHIC, or equivalent), and a completed Learning Agreement and Erasmus Incoming Application form. Applications must be downloaded and emailed to email@example.com or posted to:
The International Office, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Dublin Road, Dundalk, Co. Louth A91 K584
Dundalk Institute of Technology International Office will provide a transcript of records of completed academic study within 5 weeks of the student's completion of study at DkIT. Transcript of records will be sent to the student's home address provided, and to the student's home university International Office.
Please note that the Institute is not authorised to make a Degree award to ERASMUS+ students, except in limited circumstances. In such cases, Academic transcripts and module descriptors of 120 ECTS achieved in prior undergraduate study are required as supporting documentation and will be assessed by the relevant academic department of Dundalk Institute of Technology.
Students wishing to study at the Institute outside of the Erasmus+ programme can apply as a Freemover Student.
Freemover applicants (EU) are liable for the Irish Government's student capitation fees (€3,000 for a full academic year in 2015/2016, or €1500 for one semester of study).
DkIT’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 our international stakeholders.