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Trinity College Dublin

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What do Oscar Wilde, Bram Stoker, Samuel Beckett, Chris de Burgh and Niall Horan have in common?

They all attended Trinity College Dublin!

It is ranked No. I in Ireland, and included in the QS list of top 120 global universities, Trinity College Dublin, was established in 1592. The university is located right in the middle of Ireland’s capital city, its ancient courtyards and squares built in such a way that they  turn their backs on the twenty-first century, with busy Grafton Street merely a stone’s throw away.

 

And yet Trinity is an ancient university with a modern outlook, cutting edge resources and a pioneering spirit. Its blend of historical traditions and Innovation and Enterprise Centres offers you the best of both worlds.

 

Forbes ranked Trinity as the fifteenth most beautiful college grounds in the world and its peaceful squares, rich libraries and welcoming atmosphere attract visitors and applicants alike.

trinity college dublin

Trinity College Dublin


The Irish government subsidises tuition fees for domestic and EU students, so all you will have to pay is the registration fee of 3000 euros, which also covers the cost of your examinations. Contact us for more information.

What can I study at Trinity College Dublin?

The university has three faculties, which are divided into 24 schools :

  • Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Health Sciences
  • Consumer Products Consulting.

The student community numbers around 17000, of whom 32 per cent are international students,  and you can choose from a vast range of courses, from law to performing arts, chemistry to accounting – and everything in between.

In addition, you could even opt to do a dual BA with Columbia University in New York. Students of history, English, European Studies, Middle Eastern and European languages and culture, can  spend two years studying in Dublin and two more in New York.

What are the admission requirements?

Trinity College Dublin accepts 33 per cent of applications and sets admissions tests for medicine (the HPAT), music, drama etc.

 

Applications are made online via the CAO, a centralised admissions system, where you will upload documents such as your school reports, references, grades, transcripts and predicted scores – and  wait for a conditional or unconditional offer. 

 

Elab’s experienced consultants can work with you to make sure that you put in the perfect application, so call or email us for more information.

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for up to date information on specific courses and whether or not you will need to pass an entrance test.

What facilities will I find at Trinity College?

Trinity College London offers more than 50 sports clubs and 100 societies.

Its University Philosophy Society has  Sir Christopher Lee, Al Pacino and Stephen Fry among its honorary patrons and meets every week. The University History Society attracts world-famous speakers, and has been addressed by Winston Churchill and Ted Kennedy.

If you are looking for less intense pastimes, you could join the Card and Bridge Club, the Dublin University Players, the Film Society, or the Dance or Fashion Society. There is always something to do, and of course you will be living in lively, exciting Dublin, where the stories, Guinness and the  music never stop!

The annual Trinity Ball and Regatta are important events in the Irish social calendar, with 7000 students celebrating  every April, although it is as yet unclear how the covid pandemic will affect next year’s gathering.

What is a Trinity Scholar and can an EU student qualify?

Individuals who get a First in the Foundation Scholarship exam will be invited to join the prestigious body of Trinity Scholars. EU students qualify to sit the exam, and if they gain exceptional marks, they  will be given free rooms, a free evening meal known as Commons, an annual stipend and will  pay no fees. In addition, Scholars can add the letters SCH to their name, and wear robes and a velvet mortarboard on their heads!

Fees

EU students do not pay tuition fees, since these are covered by the Irish government, but they must contribute approximately 3000 euros a year to cover administration, examinations etc.

Trinity College Dublin sounds perfect - what shall I do now?

Email or ring Elab and we will schedule a meeting or phonecall to discuss your choice of course, go through academic requirements and help you plan  and submit an outstanding application to Trinity College  Dublin.

 

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for further information on living costs and expenses. and we will  help you draw up a financial breakdown .

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