The University of Dublin, is a university located in Dublin, Ireland. It is the degree awarding body for Trinity College, Dublin.
The University of Dublin is one of the seven ancient universities of Britain and Ireland. It is a member of the Irish Universities Association, Universities Ireland, and the Coimbra Group.
Why study at Trinity College Dublin?
Founded in 1592, Trinity is Ireland’s top ranked university. Situated in the centre of Ireland’s vibrant capital city, Trinity’s stunning campus is home to a community of scholars at the cutting edge of research and teaching. Combining historic traditions with world-renowned centres of research excellence, Trinity College Dublin offers a unique opportunity to blend a rigorous academic programme with an unparalleled array of cultural, social and professional experiences.
Ranked 1st in Ireland, and in the top 100 universities in the world (QS University Rankings 2014), Trinity offers a rigorous academic education to all of its students. With Over 600 course options, a deposit library with over 6 million volumes, and researchers who attract €70million annually in external funding, Trinity students receive a world-class education at a leading university for both teaching and research.
World leader in Nanotechnology, Information Technology, Immunology, Mathematics, Engineering, Psychology, Politics, English and many more areas.
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.
Three Faculties offering a range of studying opportunities in over 400 undergraduate courses and a wide variety of postgraduate taught and research options in the Arts, Humanities, Engineering, Science, Human, Social and Health Sciences.
You can find printable and interactive maps of campus at https://www.tcd.ie/Maps/ Directions to and from the College are available at https://www.tcd.ie/Maps/directions.php
Very few people know other students when they first come to Trinity – but there are lots of ways to meet new people and to make friends on campus. You can join clubs and societies throughout your time here.
New undergraduates will also be assigned to mentor groups by the Student2Student (S2S) Programme, and their mentors will be in touch about meet-ups and events designed to help people make new connections within their courses and across campus. The Student’s Union (SU) and Halls JCR will also be organising events for people to get together, and there are a range of social spaces on campus including the SU Cafés and the Global Room. Postgraduate students can also avail of the Postgraduate Common Room, and should keep an eye on emails from the Graduate Students’ Union (GSU) for Postgrad events and activities.
Read about Aishwarya’s experience: http://blog.educationinireland.com/…