Trinity College Dublin
Trinity College Dublin, College Green,Dublin 2,D02 PN40,Ireland
Founded in 1592, Trinity College Dublin, is Ireland’s highest-ranking university (QS 2020, THE 2019). It is a home away from home for students who are eager to become creative, aware and extraordinary global citizens.
Producing an impressive number of Nobel Prize winners, Trinity provides an exceptional education where students can work alongside some of the most influential experts in their fields. The sole constituent college of the University of Dublin, Trinity encourages entrepreneurship and innovation, with a strong network of many multinational industry partners.
Ranked as Ireland’s most international university (THE 2019), international students can enjoy a location where London can be reached in just one hour and New York in five, as well as links to more than 120 European destinations. The multicultural student body is made up of over 120 different nationalities.
Dublin is an exciting and diverse capital city packed full of entertainment for students, and each of the university’s campuses offer something special. The main campus has cobbled squares, green areas, modern facilities, historic buildings and plenty of character to add to the educational experience.
International students are given the support to become confident and competent in their disciplines, along with many opportunities to enrich their education. This includes study abroad options and incubation programmes, where students can explore the world and gain unique experiences. Trinity has been ranked as Europe’s top university for producing entrepreneurs.
Trinity College Dublin is committed to working towards achieving the greatest benefit of the public good. This is through active work with social and economic areas of Dublin, Ireland and the globe, and students are at the heart of this initiative.
The Trinity College Dublin campus is located in the middle of Dublin city. The state-of – the-art modern amenities include the Sports hall, the Science Museum, the Nanoscience Research Centre, the Long Room Hub and the new Biomedical Sciences Institute is located on a 47-acre campus of stitched squares, historic buildings and green playgrounds.
- Samuel Beckett-Nobel Laureate in Literature
- George Berkeley- Irish Philosopher
- William Campbell-Nobel Laureate in Medicine
- Oliver Goldsmith- Irish Novelist, Playwright & Poet.
- An Entrance Exhibition is awarded to students who enter with an exceptional Leaving Certificate or other results of public examination. This involves a prize worth € 150.00 in the form of book tokens. Exhibitors with limited resources are made Sizars, free of charge entitled to Commons (evening meal).