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Religion is a key theme of the 21st century, and World Religions and Theology offers a unique opportunity to approach it..
Tution Fees: €19,123
Digital Humanities is a field of study, research, and invention at the intersection of humanities, computing, and inform..
Tution Fees: €16,888
This is an interdisciplinary course which provides an overview of European intellectual and cultural history, looking at..
Tution Fees: €14,778
The MSc in Mechanical Engineering is designed to provide a
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Tution Fees: €22,838
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The Trinity MBA is an immersive programme designed to
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Tution Fees: €34,700
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Tution Fees: €19,426
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Tution Fees: €25,436
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Trinity College, formally known as the College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin, is the sole constituent college of the University of Dublin in Ireland. It is recognised internationally as Ireland’s premier university and as one of the world's leading research-intensive universities.
Founded in 1592, on the general pattern of the ancient colleges at Oxford and Cambridge, Trinity College Dublin is at the nexus of tradition and innovation, offering undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across 24 schools and three faculties: arts, humanities, and social sciences; engineering, mathematics and science; and health sciences.
Trinity College is the oldest university in Ireland and one of the older universities of Western Europe. It is located in the centre of Dublin, Ireland’s capital city with a reputation for friendliness and a vibrant social life, Trinity College Dublin is home to technologically advanced libraries, laboratories and IT facilities that have been seamlessly integrated into the beautiful historic campus.
Its campus is made up of 51 acres of land in the centre of Dublin, including the Trinity Technology and Enterprise campus. As well as serving the university and its students, the campus acts as a major tourist attraction, owing to the fame, charm and beauty of its buildings that cover 220,000 square metres of land with a mixture of classic and modernist architecture.
The College is committed to excellence in both research and teaching, to the enhancement of the learning experience of each of its students and to an inclusive College community with equality of access for all. The College will continue to disseminate its knowledge and expertise to the benefit of the City of Dublin, the country and the international community. Students at Trinity College benefit from a scholar teacher model where they have the opportunity of being taught by world-leading experts in their field.
Combining historic traditions with world-renowned centres of research excellence, Trinity College Dublin offers a unique opportunity to blend a rigorous academic programme with an unparalleled array of cultural, social and professional experiences.
IELTS (academic version) 6.5 (no individual band below 6)
For Dental courses: IELTS (academic version) 7 (no individual band below 7)
For Clinical Speech and Language Studies: IELTS (academic version) 7 (no individual band below 7)
IELTS Grade 6.5
Trinity is delighted to accept students from India who have completed one of the international qualifications recognised by Trinity which are detailed below.
Recognised School Leaving Qualifications:
Grade XII Examination
1. Higher Secondary Examination (HSC)
2. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) - All India Senior School Certificate Examination (AISSCE)
3. Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) - Indian School Certificate Examination (ISC) Requirements
1. Overall average of 80% - 85% in six subjects on Grade XII or if student did not take 6 subjects in Grade XII, in five subjects on Grade XII and one (different) subject on Grade X.
2. A language other than English, and Mathematics must be taken as a subject up to Grade X.
Where there is a specific subject requirement for a specific programme, a minimum grade of 75% in that subject at Grade XII is required.
Please note that posted scores are minimum entrance requirements only and do not guarantee admission. Where places are competitive, a student must have excellent examination results to qualify for a place on their preferred course.
Postgraduate work in Trinity is academically challenging and the University has high academic entry requirements.
Applicants will need to:
• hold at least a 2.1 honors degree from an Irish university or equivalent result from a university in another country.
• display a high level of competence in the English language in one of the examination systems recognised by Trinity College Dublin.
Some courses may require higher standards or require you to take further tests or attend an interview. More detailed requirements for each course are listed on the relevant course page.
Accommodation at TCD
A large number of rooms are available for non-EU full degree students at the university residence at Trinity Hall, which is located in Dartry, a quiet safe suburb, 4 kilometres from the city centre and easily accessible from the university by bus and LUAS (tram).
Trinity Hall Rooms are arranged in self-catering apartments, with each typically accommodating six persons and consisting of a mix of single and twin en-suite bedrooms with a large kitchen/living room. Facilities include a games room, music room, computer room, sports hall, social spaces, shop and a self-service launderette. The reception area is open 24/7. Residents of Trinity Hall also become members of the Junior Common Room, which organises a range of extra-curricular activities
Application for all Trinity College Dublin accommodation is made online. In order to apply you must have your Trinity College Student ID number. Once you have been accepted, you will receive an official letter of offer which will include this number. Please note that you may not apply online until you have accepted your place.
If one has not secured housing in advance of his/her arrival, he/she is strongly advised to arrive as early as possible in order to maximize his/her chances of finding suitable and affordable accommodation.
The alternative is to seek private rented accommodation, usually sharing an apartment or a house with other students. The Accommodation Advisory Service helps students find accommodation by providing them with advice and access to house-hunting resources. A database of properties is available to be viewed all year round. During August and September a fully staffed service is run from the Students’ Union Office. It provides information and contacts for students wishing to secure rented accommodation and offers guidance on what to look for when renting. Phones are provided so that students may make contact with landlords. The Advisory Service may also be able to give some information on lodgings (residing in a room in a house with meals provided).
Students who are not offered Trinity housing, can apply for up to two weeks temporary housing on campus while they search for long-term accommodation. Students who are offered a room on campus, cannot apply for temporary housing.
Why do International students choose to study at Trinity College Dublin?
• Established in 1592, Trinity College Dublin is one of Europe's oldest universities.
• The city centre campus occupies some 51 acres (including the Trinity Technology and Enterprise Campus).
• There is in excess of 220,000 m2 of buildings, including beautiful historic architecture and state-of-the-art modern facilities.
• The College has many small classes and a high faculty-to-student ratio.
• It has a vigorous academic atmosphere and highly competitive admission.
• The College contains the largest research and teaching library in Ireland, which houses the priceless eighth-century Book of Kells.
• Trinity has a vibrant international community of almost 17,000 students, 92,000 alumni and 2,860 members of staff. The student population represents 122 nationalities. The university also prides itself on attracting academic staff from all over the world.
• Students can avail of over 100 College societies and 50 active TCD Sports Clubs.
There are many different forms of support services provided in Trinity College Dublin:
• Orientation Programme
• Careers Advisory Service
• Health Service
• Student Counselling
• College Chaplaincy
• Disability Service
• Trinity College Dublin is ranked
• 61st in top 100 world universities
• 28th globally for English Language and Literature
• 31st globally for Politics and International Studies
• 33rd globally for History
• 42nd globally for Modern Languages
Trinity College Dublin offers a number of scholarship opportunities for prospective and current students interested in study or research at Ireland's leading university. Since its foundation in 1592, Trinity College Dublin has sought to assist students of limited means and reward academic achievement. Students are always encouraged to explore external funding options in their home countries.
India Undergraduate Scholarships
Award: Scholarships valued up to 5000 euro each, applied as a reduction to the tuition fees of a full-time undergraduate programme for the first year of study only.
Global Excellence Undergraduate Scholarships
Award: Scholarships valued at 5000 euro each, applied as a reduction to the tuition fees of a full-time undergraduate programme for the first year of study only.
Global Business (Bachelor in Business Studies) Scholarship
Award:Scholarships valued at 5000 euro each, applied as a reduction to the tuition fees for the Global Business (Bachelor in Business Studies) for the first year only.
School of Business Scholarships
Funding of up to €5,000 is available for students who have been accepted onto the MSc programmes.
Global Excellence Postgraduate Scholarships
Award: Scholarships valued at 5000 euro each, applied as a reduction to the tuition fees of a full-time postgraduate programme for the first year of study only.
Post graduate Research Scholarships
Ussher Awards are open to applicants from all countries. These prestigious awards are few in number, very competitive, provide significant maintenance and fully cover fees. Postgraduate Studentships, also open to applicants from all countries, are more numerous but equally competitive. They provide a maintenance contribution and full fee coverage
Established in 1592, Trinity College Dublin is one of Europe's oldest universities.
• Its three faculties are Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; Engineering, Mathematics and Science; and Health Sciences.
• It is the alma mater of many of Ireland's most famous historical figures, including Jonathan Swift and Samuel Beckett.
• Trinity College is a legal deposit library for Ireland and the United Kingdom, containing over 4.5 million printed volumes and significant quantities of manuscripts (including the Book of Kells), maps and music.
• Trinity's large student body comes from all 32 counties of Ireland, and 16% of students come from outside the country. The student population represents 122 nationalities.
• There are many different forms of support services provided in Trinity College Dublin:
• Trinity is ranked
Fees vary from course to course and normal course range around 18,860 - 24,695 Euro annually.
Cost of Living
Recent estimates for the cost of living in Dublin have ranged between €8,000 and €12,100, largely depending on the type of accommodation chosen, including rent, electricity, food, books and laundry and medicine as well as travel passes and social expenses, but excluding tuition fees.
Ranking of Universities
World University Rankings 2018 : 117
QS World University Ranking 2018 : 88
World Ranking : 232
Country Rank : 1
World University Rankings 2018 : 117
QS World University Ranking 2018 : 88
World Ranking : 232
Country Rank : 1
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