The standard Irish electricity point will take 220-240 volts. The most common plug is a 3-pin flat.
No, the exchanges are on a no-fee basis.
International exchanges are generally for one semester, particularly if they are an integrated element of your programme. Subject to approval from the course director, the exchange may occasionally be extended to two semesters.
Generally no, but that depends on the visa requirements for the host country.
You must take at least four and at most six modules, which must be approved by your course director before acceptance.
There is no specific grant available. However, students do not pay tuition fees at the host university. Your main expenses will be for flights and accommodation. Students who are in receipt of a grant from their local authority may be eligible to claim the higher rate of maintenance while they are on exchange.
Formal documentation is usually sent out by May 1st.