Trinity College Dublin

Ireland

Public University

Updated on - December 10th 2019 by Rachit Agrawal

Overview

Trinity College Dublin Facts

Facts about Trinity College Dublin

  • It is the oldest university in Ireland.
  • It runs the oldest student newspaper, the Trinity News, Founded in 1953.
  • The university has a Senate every year who is involved in the workings of the Irish Government.
  • Each undergraduate student gets a personal tutor who is always a member of the faculty, which is a one-of-a-kind practice.
  • The university’s library is a legal depository for Ireland and the United Kingdom, there are many historical documents here.

Trinity College Dublin Highlights

Established in

1592

QS Ranking

104

Total International Students

Information not available

Size of campus

47 acres

Faculty

2860

Valuation

Information not available

No. of Campuses

1

Acceptance rate

Information not available

Website

https://www.tcd.ie/

Address

College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland

Popular Courses

1st year total fees:
Rs. 10,500.00
Exams Accepted:
GMAT,GRE,SAT
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Exams Accepted:
GMAT,GRE,SAT
1st year total fees:
Rs. 10,500.00
Exams Accepted:
GMAT,GRE,SAT
1st year total fees:
Rs. 10,500.00
Exams Accepted:
GMAT,GRE,SAT
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About Trinity College Dublin

Trinity College Dublin

Trinity College Dublin Overview

About Trinity College Dublin

Established in 1592, in Dublin, Ireland by Queen Elizabeth I, is a research university. It is one of the ancient universities of Ireland and the United Kingdom and the oldest university in Ireland. It is also referred to as the University of Dublin since the college was constructed in mind that it will expand into a university in the coming future. It was created after the models of the Universities at Cambridge and Oxford. A unique formula between the three universities, called ad eundum gradum, offers the provision that a graduate from any of the 3 universities can be granted an equivalent degree from the other 2 universities without any exams.

Trinity College Dublin Campus

The college campus is in the middle of the city but quite compact and efficiently planned. The architectural plans of the college offer a few entrances to the campus and the buildings are constructed in large quadrangles. The College Park is a green space that bisects the campus and has a cricket pitch and also a rugby pitch. The main campus area has the oldest buildings, especially the western side, and as the university grew, the buildings are now spread all across the city. The Enterprise Centre is just nearby and the Faculty of Health Sciences is situated in St. James’ Hospital and Tallaght University Hospital.

Trinity College Dublin Rankings

The College was ranked 1st in Ireland in 2 lists, Times Higher Education World Rankings and QS World University Rankings in the academic year 2017-2018. It was ranked 58th and 29th in Europe for the same lists, and 117th and 88th worldwide. It is currently ranked at number 120 for 2019’s list of Times Higher Education rankings. On the 2019 list of the QS World University Rankings, Trinity College stands at number 104. The dentistry program offered by Trinity College currently ranks 51-75 globally.

Trinity College Dublin Acceptance rate

Trinity College accepts student applications very selectively and retains a low student to teacher ratio of 17:1. It is definitely not an easy task to get into a prestigious university like this, although there are some amount of scholarships worth trying to get in. Academic scores are judged critically. The average IELTS score of applicants is 7 and the TOEFL score is 90.

Trinity College Dublin Students

There are more than 17,000 students studying at Trinity College across all levels of education. Student clubs are an integral part of student life at Trinity. There are more than 200 clubs and societies that students can be involved in. Many of them go back for hundreds of years. One of the greatest research libraries in the world is located at Trinity College which is open to students.

Trinity College Dublin Faculty

The university has 3 main faculty in its organization and there are several schools under it. The faculties are Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; Engineering, Mathematics, and Science; And Health Sciences. The first faculty has schools of Business, Education, Creative Arts, Law, etc. The second faculty has schools of Chemistry, Engineering, Physics, Natural Sciences, etc. The Health Sciences faculty has schools of Dental Science, Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy.

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