Studying abroad at Trinity College Dublin offers an ideal experience:
- An unbeatable location in the heart of Ireland’s vibrant capital city
- A beautiful, historic and modern campus
- A friendly and welcoming student atmosphere, with nearly 200 student societies, clubs and sports which all welcome study abroad students, including some of the oldest societies in the world
- The perfect location to explore everything Dublin city has to offer, with transport links to the rest of Ireland and Europe at your doorstep!
- World-class academics at Ireland’s top university
- One of Europe’s ancient universities, founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I
- Gain access to Trinity’s worldwide alumni network
- Notable alumni include Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, and former Presidents of Ireland Mary Robinson and Mary McAleese
Choose Trinity and come study abroad in Dublin for one semester (either Fall or Spring) or for a full academic year!
- Be a Global Citizen - Interact with students from around the globe. Trinity is home to students from every county in Ireland and more than 120 countries around the world.
- Join our Clubs and Societies - Trinity's extracurricular life is in a league of its own - boasting over 200 societies, sports clubs and publications, including some of the oldest in the world.
- Be at the Centre of Things - Dublin is a vibrant, multicultural, European capital and in recent years has become a hub for some of the world’s leading technology companies, housing the European headquarters of a number of the world’s tech giants.
- State of the Art Facilities - Trinity’s main campus of historic buildings and green playing fields also includes state-of-the-art facilities for teaching and research plus a Sports Centre with a complete gym, climbing wall, and swimming pool.
- World Class Education - With world class education over the past 425 years, education at Ireland’s leading University will include work at the highest academic level with some of the most influential people in your field.
Drama exists on and off the stage; that, we call theatre. It happens in our everyday life, and is the basis for story-telling and other forms of performance within the creative arts. It has its origins in sacred ritual and remains central today as part of our sense making as we negotiate our place in the world. Theatre Studies encompass all the arts that make up the live experience we call theatre – including costume, lighting, sound, devising, directing, design, dramaturgy and playwriting.
Psychology is the study of human behaviour and mental processes. It includes topics such as infant and child development, perception, learning, motivation, cognitive processes (like memory and problem solving), individual differences and social psychology, and has many of the features of a science course (practical work, statistical description and analysis of data and courses on the underlying physiology of the human brain.
Engineering is about being creative in technical problem solving. Engineers make things possible by using mathematical and scientific principles together with analytical and design skills. They tackle existing problems by developing new solutions through innovative technologies.
They also expand the frontiers of society by developing advanced materials, sustainable energy systems, construction technologies, transport systems, biomedical devices and telecommunications infrastructure.
Philosophy is an intellectually exciting discipline in which fundamental questions of human existence, value and society are examined, debated and challenged. Its methods are reason and argument and philosophy students are given the skills to reason and argue clearly, cogently and effectively.
Science is about knowledge: the generation of knowledge through research and its acquisition through learning. Scientific investigation allows us to understand the world around us. The application of scientific knowledge has led to world changing developments such as modern medicine, the mobile phone and efficient methods of energy production. As we acquire new knowledge, our understanding of the world changes which in turn leads to new and better applications.