The Republic of Ireland occupies most of the island of Ireland, one of the most westerly parts of Europe. It is dubbed the “Emerald Isle” for its lush landscape. According to global research, Ireland remains among the friendliest and most welcoming countries in the world for visitors. Dublin is the capital city. Situated between mountains and the sea, Dublin provides an abundance of activities, from cliff walks and mountain climbs to films, free museums and exhibitions, citywide events, festivals, and concerts. It is hardly surprising that Ireland and in particular, Dublin is a popular ‘study abroad’ location.
What can I study?
How can I Apply?
Nomination & Application Process
- Erasmus exchange students must be nominated by their home university/college before they can apply to St. Nicholas Montessori College.
- We ask our partners to kindly send their nominations directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Application instructions will then be sent directly to eligible students.
Before applying for admission as an Erasmus student
- Please ensure that you have been nominated by your university/college.
- Check that the modules available are compatible with your programme of study and are included in your learning agreement.
Please note that early application is recommended as demand for places is high.
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BA Hons Psychology (Module FAQ)
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- Academic and Professional Development (APD1)
- Academic and Professional Development (APD 2)
- Biological Bases of Human Behaviour
- Developmental Psychology
- Cognitive Psychology 1
- Personality and Individual Differences 1
- Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Psychology
- Education Across a Lifespan
- Adulthood and Ageing
- Social Psychology
- Cognitive Psychology 2
- Personality and Individual Differences 2
- Educational Psychology
- The Creative Mind
- Mental Health and Psychopathology
- Counselling and Psychotherapy
- Academic and Professional Development (APD 3)
- Special Education: Inclusion and Diversity
- Introduction to Research Methods and Ethics
- Research Methods and Laboratory Practicals in Psychology
- Independent Research Project
Why choose St. Nicholas Montessori College Ireland?
St. Nicholas Montessori College Ireland (SNMCI) is well located in Dún Laoghaire Co. Dublin, an attractive coastal town, 20 minutes by train from the city centre; one of the friendliest capital cities in the world.
Students coming to SNMCI are welcomed and included into campus life. While in Ireland, many Erasmus students develop lifelong friendships with Irish and other Erasmus students.
Quality in Academics
All SNMCI academic programmes are validated and quality assured by Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI). The College has a strong reputation as a provider of quality programmes, with highly qualified faculty and administrative staff. Essential content is presented in lectures, tutorials, workshops and seminars, and reinforced through active, student –led problem-solving, with regular provision of formative feedback. The College’s Virtual Learning Environment, Moodle, enables independent study and research, both face to face and blended. Where possible, learning materials and resources are posted on Moodle before class.
All of our academic programmes undergo regular review by QQI in order to maintain quality and relevance.
Support for Students
SNMCI has a range of supports in place for all students; an Erasmus/International Office, a Student Engagement Office (SEO) and a Learner Support Office (LSO);
SNMCI provides an accommodation list for visiting students.