Trinity College Dublin
Dublin, Ireland

Founded in 1592, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin is Ireland’s highest ranked, with a global reputation for excellence in teaching, research and innovation. The university of Edmund Burke, Samuel Beckett, Eavan Boland and Mary Robinson and of Nobel Prize winners physicist Ernest Walton and biologist William Campbell, Trinity has been at the centre of Irish life over four centuries. Global connections have always been a hallmark of Trinity and today we welcome staff and students from over 120 countries and we have deep collaborations with universities and industry partners across six continents. We promote a diverse, interdisciplinary, inclusive environment which nurtures ground-breaking research across all the major disciplines in arts, humanities and social sciences;  science, technology, engineering and mathematics, and health sciences. At the heart of our mission is our ambition to inspire students with a love of learning, a hunger for discovery and creativity, and a desire to make a difference in the world. The Trinity Student Experience is a chance of a lifetime for personal development in the broadest sense – in tutorials and seminars, in labs and libraries. We also place a high value on participation in clubs and societies, volunteering, and entrepreneurship accelerator programmes. To all those with an aptitude for the education we offer and a pioneering spirit of adventure, we invite you to apply to join us and prepare for a journey that will open your mind to new experiences and ways of thinking.

study programs overview
admission requirements
Meet the minimum matriculation requirements.
Meet the age requirement.
Meet English language requirements.
Satisfy course specific requirements.
Satisfy any additional requirements or restrictions as detailed in the sections below.
Meet competitive standards for admission to the course.
    EU Fee status Application - Undergraduate   Non-EU fee Status application - undergraduate   Postgraduate Application
application start     5 November 2022     17 November 2022 November 2022
application end     1 February 2023
(standard deadline)
26 January 2023
(03:00 PM Italian time)

April – July 2023

results August 2023     Within one month Rolling basis
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