What are the course fees?
The full fees for the course are €600, with a limited concession rate available at €450*. Applicants seeking to avail on concession rate will need to provide proof of status.
* Concession rate available to students and NGO staff
Is accommodation included as standard?
Accommodation is not included in the above registration fees. Limited accommodation is available separately at the following rates:
- 5 days (Monday 25th - Friday 29th June): €240
- 7 days (Sunday 24th - Saturday 30th June): €336
Where is accommodation located?
Accommodation is located at the Trinity Hall campus in Dartry, located 4.5 km from the Trinity's main campus.
It is well serviced by public transportation, including both the Luas tram (Green Line) and Dublin Bus (140), with a 20-25 minute journey time from the main campus to Trinity Hall.
It is located close to Rathmines village, which contains a wide variety of shops, cafes and restaurants.
Additional information on Trinity Hall can be found here.
I am a non-EEA citizen who would like to attend, can you provide a travel visa?
Unfortunately we are not in a position to procure visas on behalf of attendees and it is the responsibility of the attendee to ensure that they have the necessary travel documentation to attend the Summer School.
Further information can be found here. A list of countries that do not require visas to travel to Ireland can be found here. Please contact your local Irish embassy or consulate for additional information. A full list of Irish Embassies and Consulates by country can be found here.
We can provide applicants with a letter confirming their registration with the Summer School on completion of payment. Please contact us for additional information.