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Erasmus Incoming Application Procedure

 

Cork Institute of Technology welcomes Erasmus applications from students enrolled in our partner universities.  Please check with your Erasmus office whether your university has an Erasmus exchange agreement with CIT, and ensure that the exchange agreement includes your field of study.  All applications must be approved by your Erasmus Office.

 

 

Incoming Erasmus Exchange Students

Erasmus incoming application deadlines 2019 - 2020

 

Application deadlines for Autumn Semester 2019 or Full Academic Year 2019/20

 

Nomination Deadline:       1st April 2019

Application Deadline:        30th April 2019

 

Application deadlines for Spring Semester 2020

 

Nomination Deadline: 1st October 2019

Application Deadline: 31st October 2019

 

Please note that nominations from partner Erasmus Offices should contain the following information about each incoming Erasmus student:

  • Name of student
  • Title of student’s degree course at home university
  • CIT Department to which student is applying
  • Student's personal email address
  • Whether student is applying for the full academic year, the autumn semester only, or the spring semester only

 

English Language Skills:

All Incoming Erasmus students are required to have a level of English language proficiency which will enable them to understand lectures, participate in classes fully, seminars and to sit examinations in the language. Ideally, students should have level B2 on the CFER scale, but at a very minimum level, B1. www.coe.int/lang-CEFR

 

Semester dates:

Academic Year 2019/20

Semester 1: Monday 9th September - Tuesday January 8th (Provisional)

Semester 2: Monday 27th January - Friday May 24th (Provisional)

Please note: These dates are provisional and subject to change.

 

HOW TO APPLY:

 

Complete the application form, which can be downloaded here.  ). Put in text: “Please type your information into the form”.

Complete the Learning Agreement, which can be downloaded here. (link)

Details of all CIT full-time courses are available at this link http://www.cit.ie/courses.

The following additional items will need to be included with your application:

·         CV/resume

·         Your latest transcript of results

·         A scanned copy of your European Health Insurance Card.

·         A scanned copy of the photo page of your passport or a copy of your national ID card.

Completed applications should be emailed to: erasmus@cit.ie by the relevant deadline indicated above.

 

HELPFUL INFORMATION

 

PLEASE NOTE: Students wishing to apply for an Erasmus-funded internship in CIT should be aware that the number of internships available for incoming students is limited.  Consequently, priority is always given to students from CIT’s Erasmus partner institutions, where Erasmus traineeship is included in the bilateral agreement. 

Such applications are subject to the incoming application deadlines and procedures given above.  Any student applying for an Erasmus traineeship, whose home institution is not a partner institution of CIT, should arrange for their Erasmus Office to send the initial enquiry on their behalf to erasmus@cit.ie  

The Erasmus Office will then contact the host department or centre to find out if they may have an internship available.  If the student is offered an internship by the department/centre, then they should forward a copy of the acceptance email to  erasmus@cit.ie , and then complete the necessary application documents.  internship students should complete the Erasmus learning agreement for traineeships instead of the learning agreement for studies.

The application form and documents listed above should be scanned and emailed to: Erasmus@cit.ie before the application deadline.

Confirmation of Acceptance

Applications will be reviewed by the CIT Erasmus academic coordinator in the relevant department.  When your application has been approved by the receiving department, you will receive a confirmation of acceptance email from the CIT Erasmus office.  You can then start to prepare all other practical matters related to your stay in Cork.  Any further information, such as orientation arrangements, will be emailed to you, in due course.

Please Note:  Applicants should not book or pay for accommodation until they have received a confirmation of acceptance email from the Erasmus Office. These emails will be sent out to accepted students during the third week of May (after the applications have been reviewed by the academic Erasmus coordinators).

 

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