Trinity College Dublin, which is a constituent of the University of Ireland, was first established in 1592 as an attempt to solidify the city of Dublin, and Ireland by extension, as an adequate site of European learning.
Now, over 400 years later, Trinity College has not only managed that, but has also earned itself the title of Ireland’s highest-ranked university, as well as secured a spot in the world’s top 100 universities, according to the QS World University Ranking 2023.
The institution claims many other accolades of recognition on a global scale, for instance, they have also been deemed no. 1 in Ireland for employer Reputation and Alumni Outcomes, whilst also placing in the top 50 among four different subject areas in the QS Rankings.
Trinity College aims to share its world-recognised teaching efforts to all, welcoming prospects for both undergraduate and postgraduate studies from all over the world, with the university also having provisions to cater to international students.
Furthermore, the institution also provides an Upskill function, which aims to offer students, including industry professionals, the opportunity to study courses designed specifically to cater to the most in-demand skill sets for different industries, ensuring workplace preparedness. These courses, as developed as part of a Human Capital Initiative (HCI), can be accessed here.
Speaking of study courses, Trinity College offers a wide variety of courses, even featuring some flexible learning and micro-credentials options. Study subjects are divided as follows:
Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
- Creative Arts (Drama and Theatre Studies, Film Studies, Music)
- Histories and Humanities (Gender and Women’s Studies, Classics, History of Art, History)
- Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies (European Studies, French, Germanic Studies, Hispanic Studies, Irish and Celtic Studies, Italian, Russian and Slavonic Studies, Near and Middle Eastern Studies)
- Linguistic, Speech, and Communication Sciences (Deaf Studies, Language and Communication Studies, Clinical Speech and Language Studies)
- Social Sciences and Philosophy (Economics, Philosophy, Political Science, Sociology)
- Social Work and Social Policy
- School of Religion (Peace Studies, Religious Studies, Irish School of Ecumenics, Loyola Institute, Biblical Studies)
Engineering, Mathematics and Science
- Biochemistry and Immunology
- Computer Science and Statistics
- Engineering (Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering; Electronic and Electrical Engineering; Mechanical, Manufacturing and Biomedical Engineering)
- Genetics and Microbiology
- Natural Sciences (Environment, Botany, Geography, Geology, Zoology, Biodiversity Research)
- Dental Science
- Medicine (Global Health, Health Policy and Management, Clinical Medicine, Clinical Microbiology, Haematology, Histopathology and Morbid Anatomy, Immunology, Medical Gerontology, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Occupational Therapy, Paediatrics, Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Physiology, Physiotherapy, Public Health and Primary Care, Radiation Therapy, Surgery, Nutrition and Dietetic Studies)
- Nursing and Midwifery
- Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Apart from the great variety of study, students will also enjoy staying in the small, but lively city of Dublin as they complete their studies.
Dublin has something for every type of person, offering culture and tranquillity with its beauty and historical landmarks and museums, whilst also offering social enjoyment with its pubs, live events, and friendly, humorously regarded citizens.
Students who wish to learn more, can visit Trinity College Dublin’s official website here.