Ten reasons why you should choose to study at Trinity College Dublin

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 Founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I, Trinity College Dublin is Ireland’s oldest and most prestigious university
• Situated in an historic campus at the heart of Ireland’s friendly, English speaking capital city Dublin
• A multicultural environment with 17,000 students from 122 countries and 40% of staff from outside of Ireland
• Holds a library collection of 4.25 million books and electronic access to over 30,000 journals
• Recognised as a top international centre for research
• World leader in Law, Medicine, Information Technology, Immunology, Mathematics, Nanotechnology, Engineering, Psychology, Politics, English and many more
• Three Faculties offering a range of flexible study options in over 400 undergraduate courses and a wide variety of postgraduate taught and research options
• Offers a vibrant student experience with over 110 College societies and 50 sports clubs
• Costs of studying at Trinity College Dublin compare favourably with international options
• 65th in the world by the 2011 QS World University rankings
• Over 92,000 alumni in 130 countries
• visa and immigration system has been substantially reformed, and is now globally competitive. 
• Major companies regard Irish graduates as among the most employable in the world
• eight of the world’s top ten ICT companies,
• eight of the world’s top ten pharmaceutical and life science companies,
• half of the world’s major financial services companies. 
• qualifications are internationally recognised

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