Trinity College Dublin

Trinity College Dublin is the most prestigious and elite university in Ireland, located on a landmark campus right in the heart of Dublin’s city centre. Rooted in history and cultural significance Trinity College Dublin is a very important world-ranked university.

Trinity College Dublin is a 420 year-old university and this unique blend of tradition and modernity is the cornerstone of life at Trinity College Dublin, creating an environment for academic excellence with an unrivalled student experience. Advanced laboratories, famous libraries, museums, galleries and theatres make Trinity College Dublin a popular student and visitor destination. Its scholarly excellence and research focus attracts students, scientists and artists from all over the world.

Graduates from Trinity College Dublin know that their years at the university will make them stand out throughout their careers.

Why Trinity?

Ireland’s No.1 University and ranked 67th in the world and 21st in Europe in the 2012/2013* across all indicators.

17,000 students from 122 countries, with 40% of its staff from outside of Ireland.

The Trinity College Dublin Library is the largest library in Ireland and one of the largest research libraries in Europe. It is home to 4.5 million printed volumes built up from the end of the sixteenth century.

The Old library, with its Long Room and Book of Kells exhibitions attracts half a million visitors per year, making it one of the biggest tourist attractions in Ireland.

Trinity College Dublin students can avail of over 100 societies and 50 sports clubs.

There are over 95,000 Trinity College Dublin alumni around the world.

Outstanding sports complex and a dynamic community of clubs and societies.

Uniquely flexible single and dual honours programmes in all subject areas.

World Top 100 in Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Computer Sciences and Information, Economics, Electrical Engineering, Law, Psychology and more.

* QS World University Ranking 2012/13