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Applying to Trinity College Dublin
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- 7th Nov
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Semester 1 will follow a hybrid model which combines online and face to face elements such as offering online lectures for larger class groupings and face-to-face seminars, tutorials and laboratory classes for smaller groups. The teaching term for new undergraduates will start a week later than planned on 5th October. All existing students will return 28th September.
Trinity College Dublin Reputation
Trinity College Dublin's campus is located in the heart of Dublin’s city centre. 17,139 students are enrolled at Trinity.
(Source: HEA Enrolments 2018/19)
The graduate outcomes for Trinity College Dublin show that 67% of honours degree graduates are in full-time work and 22% are in full-time further study or training.
(Source: HEA Graduate Outcomes Survey 2018)
Updated: 7th September 2020
Read Trinity College Dublin Reviews
Experience of a science & health science faculty student. Campus/Facilities 2/5, lack of student space in the science side of campus for eating, studying, printing facilities were often out of order, computer room spaces were insufficient. Clubs and societies 3/5, there was a huge array of clubs and societies that would put on plenty of events all year. Students Union 3/5, often disengaged from SU likely due to distance, SU and faculty miscommunications leading to disruption of student services occurring during my time. Careers service 3/5, the careers service is excellent, the guidance councilors especially so, however, their services could be better funded to allow students more time with councilors/other services. Internet/Wifi 4/5, Wifi's fine . Not described above: College Health Services is extremely overbooked, getting appointments could take a month, but the staff working there are very nice. College mental health/counseling service is heavily underfunded
Underfunded music department, no soundproofing or proper practice facilities, poor choice of modules, the odd bad lecturer, cash grabbing administration who are terrible at actually helping students and consistently put the universities status as a tourist destination above its duties to current students.
For a college known to be prestigious, it really doesnt invest in its students or their facilities. Some buildings are so old and nothing is done about them. If only they used the money they got from the book of kells to improve facilities.
The societies are the best things about Trinity College Dublin. Each society has great facilities and the work ethic of the committee are incredible. On the campus I feel the college needs more areas for sitting down and reading that is not the library. There is a lack of “hang out” places for people who are not in a society and the quality of the ones that are already there is lacking. The gym could be bigger and the WiFi never worked for me once in my four years there. I would of liked more help in the career service and I did not get much. Trinity is an amazing place however in terms of it’s historical campus ground and the atmosphere within the walls of the college is always so vibrant and exciting. I love this university a lot.
Its a lovely campus, and has many great facilities. Although eduroam never works for students, and the Students’ Union didn’t provide much support for movements such as the no detriment exam policy. The SU have shops on campus which is great though. Student goods at discounted prices and the Tcard. I haven’t been interacting with the careers service that much but they’re alright. Clubs and Societies are great, just needs a lot more funding