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University College Dublin, Ireland (Exchange)

IMPORTANT! Please note that this exchange program is limited in spaces we have to send students, and therefore is highly competitive. We encourage you to apply, but please note that we are able to send  10  students during the 2017-2018 year. Students should make sure to have a second program choice if they are not chosen to participate in this program.

The Program

This wonderful exchange opportunity is available to agriculture [including nutritional sciences], engineering, humanities, science and social science students.

University College Dublin (UCD), a member of Universitas 21, traces its origins to the Catholic University of Ireland founded in 1854 by Cardinal John Henry Newman, author of the celebrated The Idea of a University. Since then, the University has played a central role in Ireland’s advancement as a dynamic and highly successful European state and has established a long and distinguished tradition of service to scholarship and the community. Today, UCD is a vibrant, modern university situated on a spacious and leafy campus some 3 miles to the south of Dublin city centre. For students, both Irish and international, it is a supportive and stimulating environment in which to spend a period of intellectual and personal development.

The Academics

Students on this exchange program can receive a full semester’s worth of academic credit. For a list of possible courses, check the UCD course listing sites.  There are 3 and 4 year degree programs; in general, Level 1 courses are similar to the UConn 1000-2000 levels; Level 2 courses/3000 level; Level 3/4000 level.* See the table below for a list of University College Dublin Course Equivalents.

Students who take Irish language and literature courses can apply these courses to the Concentration in Irish Literature Certificate. Click here for more information.

*Note that the UConn department evaluator will make the final determination of level equivalency.

In order to earn credit at UConn for courses completed on this program, individual courses must be approved by a designated UConn course evaluator and assigned a UConn course number. Complete instructions for this process can be found under Academics.

Important!
This list of course equivalents indicates courses that other students have taken in the past. It does not guarantee that they will be available when you participate in the program. If you want to take a course that is not on the list below click on “Academics” to access information on the course accreditation process.General Education course substitution: your school or college will decide if specific study abroad courses can be used to fulfill General Education Requirements. You will need to individually petition your school for the substitution.  For exact information, go to “Academics” and “Gen Ed Substitution”.Note: All study abroad courses have to be assigned a UConn course department number by faculty departmental evaluators before they can be posted and later considered for any minor, major, gen ed, or elective credit.

UConn Dept. and # University Course Title Foreign # Foreign Course Credits Accreditation Expiration Date
AGNR 3093 Foreign Study SPOL30220 Social Policy and the Environment 3 12/31/2018
ANSC 1111 Principles of Animal Nutrition and Feeding ANSC20020 Animal Nutrition I 3 12/31/2017
ANSC 3121  Principles of Animal Genetics ANSC20020 Genetics and Biotechnology 3 12/31/2021
ANSC 3343 Animal Food Products FDSC 40060 Fresh and Processed Meat Products 3 6/30/2016 – Needs to be reaccredited
ANTH 3093 Foreign Study ARCH 2917 Discovering Ireland 3 12/31/2018
ANTH 3093 Foreign Study IRFL20050 Healers and Healing 3 6/30/2018
ANTH 3093 Foreign Study ARCH 10050 Introduction to the Archaeology of Ireland 3 6/30/2017
ANTH 3093 Foreign study CCIV10010 Pagan Celts 3 12/31/2020
ANTH 3093 or HIST 3993 Foreign Study CCIV 10030 Celtic Civilization: the British Celts 3 6/30/2017
ANTH 3506W Laboratory Techniques in Archaeology ARCH 20120 Studying Material Culture 3 6/30/2016 – Needs to be reaccredited
ARE 3222 Marketing and Consumer Behavior AERD20060 Food and Agribusiness Marketing 3 6/30/2019
ARE 4462 or ECON 3466 Environmental and Resource Economics or Environmental Economics ECON 20160 Economics of the Environment 3 12/31/2020
BADM 1801 Contemporary Issues in the World of Business SBUS30060 Irish Business History 3 6/30/2021
BME 4985 Special Topics EEEN40070 Neural Engineering 3 12/31/2019
CAMS 1102 Roman Civilization GRC10130 Ancient Rome: an Introduction 3 12/31/2016 – Needs to be reaccredited
CAMS 1103 Classical Mythology GRC10140 Introduction to Classical Mythology 3 12/31/2020
CAMS 1172 Elementary Greek II GRK10100 Greek Language II 4 12/31/2020
CAMS 1193 Foreign Study GRC 30210 Eating and Drinking in Classical Antiquity 3 6/30/2019
CAMS 1193 Foreign Study GRC10170 Lost Cities of the Ancient World 3 12/31/2021
CAMS 3102 Topics in Advanced Latin LAT30120 Virgil’s Aeneid 3 12/31/2020
CAMS 3103 + CAMS 1172 Topics in Advanced Greek + Elementary Greek II GRK10100 Greek Language II 3+3 12/31/2020
CAMS 3211 Greek Drama GRC 20040 Greek Tragedy 3 12/31/2020
CAMS 3293 Foreign Study GRC30150 Using and Abusing Antiquity 3 12/31/2018
CE 2120 Applied Mechanics II: Dynamics MEEN 20030 Applied Dynamics I 3 12/31/2018
COGS2201 Foundations of Cognitive Science COMP20090 Introduction to Cognitive Science 3 6/30/2021
COMM 4230 Organizational Communication IS20030 Social Informatics: Information in Organisations 3 12/31/2016 – Needs to be reaccredited
CRLP 1193 Foreign Study IR 10050 Irish for Beginners 3 12/31/2020
DMD 1070 Fundamentals of Web Design IS30020 Web Publishing 3 12/31/2020
DRAM 1101 Introduction to the Theater DRAM10010 Introduction to Conventions of Theatre 3 12/31/2020
DRAM 1110 Introduction to Film FS10010 Perspectives on Film I 3 12/31/2020
DRAM 4151 The American Film FS20100 Hollywood Cinema 3 6/30/2018
DRAM 4193 Foreign Study DRAM20400 Irish Theatre 1950-80 3 12/31/2018
ECE 3101 Signals and Systems EEEN30110 Signals and Systems 3 6/30/2022
ECON 1000 Essentials of Economics ECON10040 Economics and Society 3 12/31/2018
ECON 1201 Principles of Microeconomics ECON10010 Principles of Microeconomics 3 6/30/2018
ECON 1201 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 10720 Business Economics 3 12/31/2020
ECON 1201 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 10010 Principles of Microeconomics 3 12/31/2021
ECON 2101 Economic History of Europe ECON 20130 Economic History 3 6/30/2022
ECON 2202 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory ECON20010 Intermediate Macroeconomics 3 12/31/2019
ECON 2301 Mathematical Economics 20030 Intermediate Quantitative Economics 3 12/31/2021
ECON 2411 Money and Banking ECON30150 International Money and Banking 3 12/31/2019
ECON 2493 Foreign Study ECON20060 Irish Economy 3 6/30/2022
ECON 2493 Foreign Study ECON20120 European Economy 3 12/31/2019
ECON 3208 Game Theory MATH 20270 Theory of Games 3 12/31/2019
ECON 3208 Game Theory ECON20100 Game Theory 3 6/30/2022
ECON 3421 International Trade ECON30160 International Trade 3 12/31/2016 – Needs to be reaccredited
ECON 3451 Health Economics 30010 Health Economics 3 12/31/2021
ECON 3466 Environmental Economics ECON30370 Environmental Economics 3 6/30/2022
ECON 3466 or ARE 4462 Environmental Economics or Environmental and Resource Economics ECON20160 Economics of the Environment 3 12/31/2020
ECON 3493 Foreign Study ECON20150 Transport Economics 3 6/30/2017
ECON 3493 Foreign Study ECON 30170 Financial Economics 3 6/30/2022
EEB 2244 General Ecology ENVB 20010 Ecology: Populations and Communities 4 6/30/2018
EEB 2245 Evolutionary Biology ZOOL30030 Evolutionary Biology 3 6/30/2021
EEB 3201 Animal Behavior ZOOL 20020 Animal Behaviour 3 12/31/2018
EEB 3893 Foreign Study BOTN30050 Diversity of Plant Form and Function 3 6/30/2021
ENGL 3122 Irish Literature in English since 1939 ENG 20630 Reading Irish Literature 3 6/30/2020
ENGL 3193 Studies in Britain IRFL 10010 Introduction to Irish Folklore 3 6/30/2019
ENGL 3623 Studies in Literature and Culture IRFL10030 Traditional Storytelling: Tellers & Their Tales 3 6/30/2022
ENGL 3627 Studies in Literature CCIV30040 The Woman’s Voice 3 6/30/2020
ENGL 3627 Studies in Literature IRFL20030 The Narrative Art 3 6/30/2020
ENGL 3627 Studies in Literature CCIV 30050 King Tales of Early Ireland 3 12/31/2016 – Needs to be reaccredited
ENGL 3627 or HIST 3993 Studies in Literature or Foreign Study IRFL 10020 Folklore and the Imagination 3 6/30/2019
ENGL 3698 Variable Topics ENG30840 Irish Women’s Poetry 3 6/30/2016 – Needs to be reaccredited
GEOG 1700 World Regional Geography GEOG10100 People, Places, Regions 3 6/30/2018
GEOG 4093 Foreign Study GEOG20160 Globalization: Regional & World Economy 3 12/31/2018
GEOG 4210 Urban and Regional Planning PEP10020 Introduction to Spatial Planning 3 6/30/2017
HDFS 1070 Individual and Family Development PSY30040 Lifespan Developmental Psychology 3 12/31/2017
HDFS 3083 Foreign Study SPOL10020 Social Policy & The Welfare State 3 12/31/2020
HIST 1993 Foreign Study ARCH10060 Into the Recent Past 3 12/31/2019
HIST 1993 Foreign Study IRST 10010 Introduction to Irish Studies 3 12/31/2021
HIST 1998 Varieties of History CCIV10020 Early Christian Ireland 3 6/30/2018
HIST 1998 Varieties of History GRC10120 Ancient Greece: An Introduction 3 6/30/2018
HIST 1998 or HIST 3993 Varieties of History or Foreign Study IRST30150 HIS31000 Ireland Uncovered 3 12/31/2018
HIST 1998 Varieties of History HIS33430 History of Ireland 3 6/30/2017
HIST 1998 Varieties of History HIS10220 Life in the Republic 3 6/30/2018
HIST 2993 Foreign Study HIS10100 Contested Island 3 6/30/2020
HIST 3430 History of Ireland HIS31490 Exploring Ireland 3 6/30/2022
HIST 3993 or HIST 1998 Foreign Study or Varieties of History IRST30150 Ireland Uncovered 3 12/31/2019
HIST 3993 Foreign Study SBUS30020 Ireland in the Twentieth Century 3 6/30/2020
HIST 3993 Foreign Study ARCH 20170 Discovering Ireland: Landscape 3 12/31/2018
HIST 3993 Foreign Study HIS31670 Pizza, Pubs and Pogo: Consumerism and the Transformation of European Societies in the Long 20th Cent 3 6/30/2019
HIST 3993 Foreign Study HIS20460 Islam and Christianity 3 6/30/2018
HIST 3993 Foreign Study HIS20560 International History 3 6/30/2018
HIST 3993 Foreign Study HIS20980 The Russian Revolution 5 6/30/2019
HIST 3993 Foreign Study HIS30190 Sexuality & Society in Medieval Ireland 3 6/30/2017
HIST 3993 Foreign Study HIS30200 Crime and Punishment 3 6/30/2017
HIST 3993 Foreign Study HIS31120 Ireland: From Emigration to Immigration (And Back Again?), 1945-present 3 12/31/2017
HIST 3993 Foreign Study HIS30150 The Irish Experience 3 6/30/2016 – Needs to be reaccredited
HIST 3993 Foreign Study HIS30710 Celtic Ireland 3 6/30/2018
HIST 3993 Foreign Study GRC30020 Spartacus and the Slave Wars 3 12/31/2020
HIST 3993 Foreign Study HIS20970 Early Medieval Ireland: Culture, Society and Politics 3 12/31/2020
HIST 3993 Foreign Study HIS 10080 Rome to Renaissance 3 12/31/2020
HIST 3993 Foreign Study HIS21000 Home Rule for Ireland 3 12/31/2020
HIST 3993 Foreign Study SBUS30060 Irish Business History (From Union to Ballout: Ireland Since 1800) 3 6/30/2021
HIST 3993 or ENGL 3627 Foreign Study or Studies in Literature IRFL10020 Folklore and the Imagination 3 6/30/2021
HIST 3993 Foreign Study HIS21110 Conflict in Modern Europe 3 12/31/2021
HIST 3993 Foreign Study HIS31490  Orwell’s Twentieth Century 3 12/31/2021
HIST 3993 Foreign Study SBUS30060 Ireland: From Union to Bailout: An Economic and Social History Since 1800 3 12/31/2021
HIST 3993 Foreign Study AMST30060 Ireland and the US 3 6/30/2022
HIST 3993 Foreign Study HIS20960 The Irish Experience 3 6/30/2022
HIST 3993 Foreign Study CCIV30030 Celticity: Who Were the Celts? 3 6/30/2022
HIST 3993 or ANTH 3093 Foreign Study CCIV10030 The British Celts 3 6/30/2018
LING 1793 Foreign Study LING10010 Language Use and Communication 3 12/31/2021
Math 2110Q Multivariable Calculus ACM20150 Vector Integral and Differential Calculus 4 12/31/2021
MATH 3660 Advanced Financial Mathematics MST30030 Financial Mathematics 3 12/31/2016 – Needs to be reaccredited
MATH 3793 Foreign Study MATH 20260 Mathematics of Google 3 6/30/2020
MATH 3793 Foreign Study MATH20060 Calculus of Several Variables 3 12/31/2021
MATH 3793 Foreign Study Math 20290 Multivariable Calculus for Eng 3 12/31/2021
ME 3250 Fluid Dynamics I MEEN20010 Mechanics of Fluids 1 3 12/31/2016 – Needs to be reaccredited
MSE 2101 Materials Science & Engineering I MEEN10020 Materials Science & Engineering 3 12/31/2016 – Needs to be reaccredited
MUSI 1193 Foreign Study MUS10120 Music, Culture & Society 3 12/31/2018
MUSI 1193 Foreign Study MUS20610 Music in Ireland 3 12/31/2020
NRE 3693 Foreign Studies in Natural Resources ENVB20050 Principles of Environmental Biology & Ecology 3 12/31/2021
NRE 3693 Foreign Studies in Natural Resources AESC30230 Climate, Carbon and Soil 3 12/31/2021
NRE 3693 Foreign Studies in Natural Resources ZOOL200300 Principles of Zoology 3 12/31/2021
NRE 3693 Foreign Studies in Natural Resources BIOL20010 Global Environmental Change and Agriculture 3 12/31/2021
NRE 3696 Foreign Studies in Natural Resources FOR30360 GIS and Forest Sampling 3 12/31/2021
NUSC 1645 The Science of Food FDSC10010 Food Diet and Health 3 12/31/2020
PHIL 1101 Problems of Philosophy PHIL 10020 Introduction to Problems of Philosophy 3 6/30/2019
PHIL 1102 Philosophy and Logic PHIL10160 Reason and Paradox 3 6/30/2021
PHIL 1103 Philosophical Classics PHIL10030 Introduction to Modern Philosophy 3 12/31/2018
PHIL 1104 Philosophy and Social Ethics PHIL10040 Introduction to Moral Philosophy 3 12/31/2020
PHIL 3250 Philosophy of mind PHIL30030 Philosophy of Mind 3 6/30/2021
PHIL 4293 Foreign Study:  German Idealism PHIL30110 German Idealism 3 6/30/2022
POLS 1002 Introduction to Political Theory POL 10020 Introduction to Political Theory 3 12/31/2019
POLS 1402 Introduction to International Relations INRL20040 Theories and Concepts in International Relations 3 12/31/2017
POLS 2998 Political Issues POLS30100 Political Transition in Post-Communist Europe 3 6/30/2017
POLS 3442 The Politics of American Foreign Policy AMST30220 Foundations of American Foreign Policy 3 12/31/2021
POLS 3993 Foreign Study POL20120 Ethnicity, Identity and Nationality 3 6/30/2016 – Needs to be reaccredited
POLS 3993 Foreign Study POL30080 Irish Politics and Policy 3 12/31/2019
POLS 3993 Foreign Study POL30280 Political Reform in Ireland 3 6/30/2016 – Needs to be reaccredited
POLS 3993 Foreign Study POL20050 Analyzing Politics 3 6/30/2018
POLS 3993 Foreign Study INRL20160 Politics of the EU 3 6/30/2017
POLS 3993 Foreign Study POL30060 Politics of Nationalism 3 12/31/2018
POLS 3993 Foreign Study INRL20050 Irish and EU Foreign Policy 3 12/31/2020
POLS 3993 Foreign Study INRL30020 International Justice 3 12/31/2020
POLS 3993 Foreign Study POL30160 Latin American Politics 3 12/31/2020
POLS 3993 Foreign Study AMST30060 Ireland & the US 3 12/31/2020
PSYC 3883 Foreign Study PSY30340 Intelligence and Personality 3 6/30/2020
PSYC 3883 Foreign Study PSY 30140 Advanced Social Psychology 3 12/31/2020
PSYC 3883 Foreign Study PSY 20080 Visual and Social Cognition 3 12/31/2020
PSYC 3883 Foreign Study PSYC20180 Counselling Psychology 5 6/30/2021
SLHS 3293 Foreign Study LING30030 Language Impairment 3 6/30/2020
SOCI 3601 Sociology of Gender SOC20040 Sociology of Gender 3 12/31/2019
Soci 3991 Foreign Study SOC30400 Contemporary Ireland 3 6/30/2022
SOCI 3993 Foreign Study SOC30040 Governance in Society 3 12/31/2019
SOCI 3993 Foreign Study SOC30160 Cities in a Global Context 3 6/30/2019
SOCI 3993 Foreign Study SPOL10180 History and Development of Social Policy 3 12/31/2019
SOCI 3993 Foreign Study SOC 30200 Sociology of Migration 3 12/31/2019
SOCI 3993 Foreign Study SPOL 10180 History & Development of Social Policy 3 12/31/2019
SOCI 3993 Foreign Study SPOL30340 Immigration and Irish Society 3 12/31/2020
SOCI 3993 Foreign Study Soc10060 Ireland in Perspective 3 6/30/2021
STAT 3445 Intro to Math Stat II STAT20100 Statistical Inference 3 6/30/2021
WGGS 3993 Foreign Study SSJ20070 Global Health Inequalities 3 12/31/2017
WGSS 2124 Gender and Globalization SSJ20060 Gender and Development 3 12/31/2021
WGSS 3279 Masculinities SSJ30080 Masculinities 3 6/30/2021
WGSS 3621 Sociology of Sexualities WS 30120 Sexualities: Identity & Stigma 3 6/30/2016 – Needs to be reaccredited
WGSS 3993 Foreign Study SSJ  20020 Feminism and Gender Justice 3 12/31/2018
WGSS 3993 Foreign Study IRST 20020 Gender, Culture and Society in Ireland 3 6/30/2018
WGSS 3993 Foreign Study SSJ20060 Gender & Development: Local and Global Issues 3 12/31/2017
WGSS 3993 Foreign Study SPOL20040 Gender and Social Policy Analysis 3 6/30/2017
WGSS 3993 Foreign Study SSJ20110 Feminism Power & Politics – Historical Perspectives 3 6/30/2016 – Needs to be reaccredited
WGSS 3993 Foreign Study SSJ20040 The Gendered Economy 3 12/31/2018
WGSS 3993 Foreign Study PHIL20440 Feminism & Gender Justice 3 12/31/2020
WGSS 3993 Foreign Study SSJ20110 Gender, Power and Politics- Historical Perspectives 3 6/30/2021
WGSS 3998 Variable Topics EQUL 30080 Men, Masculinity, Gender & Equality 3 6/30/2016 – Needs to be reaccredited

The Experience

UCD offers a lively campus community in which to live and study. The University has modern buildings and first class academic and sporting facilities. It has a busy extracurricular life and students are encouraged to become actively involved in the wide range of social, cultural and sporting activities available.

UCD also has comprehensive student support services, including a student health centre, student advisors, counselling, and careers advisory facilities. Student accommodation is available for 2000 students and assistance is provided by UCD’s International Office to international students who seek accommodation off-campus.

UCD today is a research-intensive university striving to advance knowledge through cutting-edge research and to communicate knowledge through excellence in teaching within a creative and collegial environment. Through innovative links in Ireland and abroad, UCD has established exciting research partnerships and collaborations. The University also maintains an active programme of exchange possibilities worldwide which enables students to study in many different countries.
UCD has set aside some 600 on-campus rooms for international students. Before trying to book accommodation online through the Accommodation Office website, study abroad students should check first on availability with individual co-ordinators as follows: Email Frieda Savage of the Colleges of Arts & Human Sciences or Annette Forde of the Science Programme Office.

Finances

Catherine Dudley Scholarship Fund
One scholarship each academic year will be awarded to an outstanding student with demonstrable financial need. Priority will be given to students majoring in economics. The recipient of this award will be selected from the group of applicants applying for the Global Citizenship Scholarship (see above). Applications are available as part on the online application process. To be eligible, students must file a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form with the Office of Financial Aid. If a student withdraws from his/her study abroad program after being awarded the scholarship, UConn Education Abroad reserves the right to revoke the scholarship award.

Exchange programs charge in-state UConn tuition for in-state students and New England rate UConn tuition for all out-of-state students, along with a few other UConn fees. For exact information on the costs associated with this program, please visit this program’s budget sheet by clicking the link below.

Because this program charges tuition, nearly all types of financial aid can be applied to defray the cost. Contact the UConn Office of Financial Aid Services for information regarding your individual financial aid package.

You may apply the following types of financial aid to the cost of this program: CT Aid for Public College Students Grant, Federal Title IV Funds including Pell Grant, SEOG, Stafford Loans, Perkins Loans, Parent Loans, private scholarships, Tuition Remission Grant, University Grant, Tuition Waiver, and academic scholarships (such as Day of Pride, Nutmeg, Presidential, Leadership and Academic Excellence Scholarship).

You may not apply the following types of financial aid to the cost of this program: Federal Work Study

Budget Sheets: Academic Year, Fall, Spring
The Details

  • Location: Dublin, Ireland
  • Terms: Academic Year, Fall, Spring
  • Homepage: Click to visit

Dates / Deadlines:

Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Academic Year 2018 03/08/2018 03/15/2018 TBD TBD
Fall 2018 03/08/2018 03/15/2018 TBD TBD

Fact Sheet:

Class status: 3rd Year, 4th+ Year, 5th Year Academic area: Sciences, Social Sciences, Agriculture, Humanities
Language of instruction: English Prior language study required:
Open to non-UConn students: No Required GPA: 3