Trinity College Dublin


Trinity College Dublin is one of the top public universities in Dublin, Ireland. It is located on a stunning campus in the middle of Dublin's city centre and is Ireland's highest-ranked institute. Established in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I, this university is Ireland's oldest surviving institution. It has three main Faculties comprising 23 schools offering over 400 undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The three main academic faculties are; the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics and Science, and Faculty of Health Sciences. The university is known as a world leader in Nanotechnology.

The university is also recognized among the world's leading research-intensive institutions. Trinity College Dublin is ranked among the top 1% research institutes in the world in 18 fields, including Immunology, Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Life Sciences, Microbiology, Computer Science, Social Sciences, Engineering and Clinical Medicine. TCD has an exceptional record of publication in high-impact academic journals and a history of winning research grants. Through teaching and research, this university engages students and society in the pursuit of knowledge, a search for excellence and developing response of imagination and creativity to the opportunities and challenges of a shared future.


TCD is home to 18,000 bachelors and graduates students across all the primary disciplines in the humanities and arts and law, business, science, engineering, and health sciences. 30% of Trinity students are from outside Ireland, representing 122 nations and a wide range of age groups, cultures and social backgrounds.

CSC (Central Societies Committee) administers around 120 clubs and societies that cover various interests and missions. A couple of prominent organisations are the Phill (Philosophical Society) and the Hist (Historical Society). Both claim to be the oldest student association: the Phill was established in 1853, and the Hist originated in 1770. Other societies include Drama and theatre societies, DU Film Society, DU Players, Trinity FM and many more.

CAC (Central Athletic Club) has developed a long sporting tradition in the university. This club has around 50 sporting-affiliated societies. The oldest club include the Boat Club (1836), Cricket Club (1835), and Football Club (1854)


Trinity offers a wide range of housing options to its total students. The accommodation is spread over three locations on campus, Trinity Hall and Kavanagh Court, which is in the city just a fifteen-minute walk away.

Students can also consider private accommodation according to their budget and needs.


  • By Q.S. World Ranking, Trinity College Dublin ranks 98.
  • According to Times Higher Education Ranking, Trinity College Dublin ranks 146.
  • U.S. News and World Report rank Trinity College Dublin at 222.


Trinity College Dublin
College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland.

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