Trinity College was found in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth, located in the heart of Ireland and is recognized for its academic excellence and transformative student’s experience. This is the oldest university of Ireland and one of the older universities of Western Europe. This is recognized as Ireland’s premium university and world’s leading research-intensive university.
Trinity offers a world-class education and attracts many international students every year and has almost 17,000 international students’ community and 122 nationalities and have academic staff from all over the world.
Trinity College ranked no 1 in Ireland and 104th in the world. Trinity College Ireland offers over the 600 courses option for the students and has the largest Library in Ireland consist of the 5 million books.
Study at Trinity College Dublin:
Trinity College offers a huge range of Postgraduate and graduate courses and according to the student’s interest and convenience offers an option to study part-time (evening & short courses), online education.
- Undergraduate Courses: Most of the under graduation courses are required four years of the study. Trinity College offers a huge range of under graduation courses, which covers the courses of all three faculties.
- Postgraduate course: For the postgraduate level trinity offers a huge range of research degree for all three faculties.
- Evening and Short Courses: Trinity offers a wide range of evening and evening course for those who cannot do the full-time course.
- Online courses: Trinity Provide an Evening course so any student around the world can study in Trinity. It offers a huge range of postgraduate online courses, free online courses and continuing professional development courses.
Trinity also offers a huge range of Postgraduate evening courses.
The college provides three academic faculties to the students:
All these three faculties are headed by a dean and these facilities are divided into schools.
Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
- A verity of courses comes under this.
- Drama and Theatre Studies
- Film Studies
Histories and Humanities
|Centre of woman and gender studies||Classics|
|History of arts||History|
Language, Literature and Cultural Studies
|Centre for European Studies||French|
|Germanic Studies||Hispanic Studies|
|Irish and Celtic Language||Russian and Slavonic Studies|
|Italian||Near and Middle Eastern Studies|
Social Science and Philosophy
Linguistic, Speech and Communication Science
|Centre of Deaf Studies||Centre of Language and Communication Studies||Clinical Speech and Language Studies||Social Work and Social Policy|
School of Religion
- Irish School of Ecumenics
- Loyola Institute