Science without Borders - Brazil
University College Dublin (UCD) welcomes students participating in the Brazilian Science without Borders programme to study abroad at the largest and most diverse university in Ireland. In the 2015/16 academic year 117 students from Brazil will be studying at UCD through Science without Borders Initiative, through academic programmes in Architecture, Agriculture & Food Science, Engineering and Science. From the total, 88 studied English Language in preparation for entering a UCD academic programme in 2015. The UCD International team will support you before you leave home, when you first arrive and throughout your time at UCD. Our aim is for you to get the most out of your experience academically, culturally and socially.
You can take up to twelve modules (classes) per year at UCD. You can register for less than twelve modules but not less than 8.
Science without Borders students have access to a range of undergraduate modules available in the areas of Science, Engineering, Architecture, and Agriculture, Food & Nutrition. You can register for two modules per semester outside your subject area. You will be pre-registered for modules before you arrive at UCD and in most cases, you will have up to two weeks after the start of term to change your modules. Average weekly course-load: 12 lecture hours.
Choosing a Programme
You should apply for the UCD Study Abroad programme in the academic area where you are taking most of your modules.
Please see below for the list of programmes and subject areas in drop down selections.
Executive Assistant Brazil
Gerard Manley Hopkins Centre
University College Dublin
Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland
Tel: +353 1 716 8443