The CASA-Trinity program is open to students from all academic disciplines in good academic standing whose minimum grade point average (GPA) is 3.1 on a 4 point scale.
Students must apply to their home university to study abroad, as well as apply to Trinity for admission. To apply to the CASA Programme at Trinity, students will need to complete the Trinity visiting student application linked here by March 1 for Autumn and full year, and by October 1 for Spring: https://www.tcd.ie/study/study-abroad/inbound/apply/sa-exchange/index.php.
It is important that applicants use their home university email when applying, and that they review Trinity's application process carefully by reading the step-by-step Application Guide on Trinity's Study Abroad site. As part of the application, students will need to apply to areas of study at Trinity, which they can then enrol in classes (modules) from during on-site orientation. Please note that you can only take classes from the areas of study you have applied and been admitted to. For a list of the areas of study available, see Trinity's Study Abroad Guide at the link above. See the Programme Flyer under the Resources section for further information and links.
Once students apply to Trinity, CASA staff will work with CASA partner universities to ensure that all relevant applicants are tagged correctly as CASA students in the Trinity system.
- Brown University
- Columbia University
- Cornell University
- Dartmouth College
- Georgetown University
- Harvard University
- John Hopkins University
- Northwestern University
- Trinity College, Dublin
- University of Melbourne
- University of Pennsylvania
- Vanderbilt University
Each member institution determines which CASA program is appropriate for their own students.
Students from non-CASA member institutions
Applications from visiting students from non-CASA member institutions may be considered on a space-available basis. Students should apply through Brown Office of Global Engagement for CASA Dublin, as Brown University co-manages this program with Trinity College Dublin.