Trinity College - Dublin: Dublin - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

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As Ireland's first university, Trinity College Dublin has for over four centuries pursued excellence in its teaching and research and has also welcomed the brightest students and staff from all over the world. Our reputation for teaching and resea... read more

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OVERALL RATING 3.7
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September 06, 2017 Lots Of Books And Pubs!
It was definitely worthwhile. I learned about a different culture and got to explore a new country, and learned a lot about Irish literature. - Wellesley College View Entire Review
I gained a sense of perspective about my home institution, both in terms of it's relative size, and relative rigor. I learned about Irish politics and concerns among Irish university students, about social movements happening in Ireland right now, and what Guiness should actually taste like. I gained a better sense of myself and... - Wellesley College View Entire Review
January 30, 2017 Wonderful
I gained a lot of insight into my life and the world around me and how I cope in different situations. - Wellesley College View Entire Review
I think it was worthwhile. I learned a lot about living on my own, gained a more global perspective, understood more about other cultures and immigration - Middlebury College View Entire Review
June 30, 2016 Amazing
I learned about people's perspectives from far away. It was worthwhile. - Middlebury College View Entire Review
I learned an immense amount about the culture, and I found I really knew the city like the back of my hand upon leaving. I loved my classes and found it enlightening to see how European schools treat academics so differently. - Middlebury College View Entire Review
I enjoyed Ireland and the other countries I traveled to. - Wellesley College View Entire Review
My personal experience going abroad was very worthwhile. However, it was different than the common experience. I spent a lot of time ALONE which was my initial intention. I really wanted to learn a lot about myself. - Wellesley College View Entire Review
I learned a lot about myself as I lived (alone) in a new culture and made new friends. I totally recommend long-term immersion in another culture, its hard and terrifying but totally worth it. - Wellesley College View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Trinity College - Dublin: Dublin - Direct Enrollment & Exchange
Very worthwhile. I learned important life skills for post-graduation life and I immersed myself in a very different, special culture that made me feel uncomfortable and alien at first but then I grew to love and appreciate. I also got to travel to 4 other cities in 4 different countries which provided so much global experience a... - Wellesley College View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Trinity College - Dublin: Dublin - Direct Enrollment/Exchange
October 14, 2014 Good Craic
I studied at Trinity for the Hilary Term (spring semester) of 2014. I loved this program because the direct enrollment allowed me meet a lot of young Irish people--outside of my American roommates, I spent most of my time with my Irish peers. The IES staff offered us many opportunities to get better acquainted with Irish cultu... - Loyola University Chicago View Entire Review
It was worthwhile, but I really would have liked a more immersive program - Middlebury College View Entire Review
Yes it was worthwhile. I gained a more international perspective of things - Middlebury College View Entire Review
Yes it was worthwhile, I learned how to be a lot more flexible and roll with the unknown. I did learn a lot more about modern Ireland. - Wellesley College View Entire Review
I learn how to make new friendships. Moverover, I improved my English skills and I gained knowledge from my faculty. Yes, it was definately worth. - Krakow University of Economics View Entire Review
Best takeaway was learning how to make friends with people both at Trinity and also when travelling and staying in hostels. - Wellesley College View Entire Review
Studying abroad at Trinity was the best four months of my life. Ireland offers the perfect blend of a big city in Dublin with easy access to the Irish countryside and coast. I learned so much about Irish culture and about myself. I had never travelled outside of the United States prior to arriving in Dublin, so my semester abroa... - Wellesley College View Entire Review
Studying at Trinity was not the most fun experience of my life, but I've come back a much older and wiser person, I think. I'm happy to be home, but I appreciate all that I learned abroad. - Middlebury College View Entire Review
Traveling and living on my own were really educational experiences. Even though I didn't enjoy TCD as much, Dublin made it worthwhile. - Wellesley College View Entire Review
May 21, 2016 A Year At Tcd
While my experience was not very academically challenging, I developed agency and independence over the course of my year abroad. Trinity housed me in an on-campus apartment with six Irish students, who helped me to integrate into the campus social life. By the end of the year, I felt not only more comfortable with my peers than... - Wellesley College View Entire Review
April 05, 2016 Lonely.
Yes it was worthwhile. I learned how to live on my own in a foreign country, as well as valuable traveling skills. - Wellesley College View Entire Review
I learned a lot about being independent and I think I grew personally. Dublin is an incredible city and I am grateful that I went. It was an incredible opportunity to see a whole new part of the world. - Middlebury College View Entire Review
I learned how to rely on myself in a new situation, as well as how to reach out and integrate myself into a new college community. - Wellesley College View Entire Review
June 17, 2014 Go Somewhere Else
Travel was the best part. I've heard that said a lot by others. Note that most people have a hard time the first two months. I didn't have a great time in Dublin and that's partially my fault...I didn't try as hard as I should've to make friends. But the education was bad, local students either don't care much or dislike you pre... - Barnard College View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Trinity College - Dublin: Dublin - Direct Enrollment & Exchange
I learned how to live on my own in a city, and work with a budget. I became more self-sufficient, and learned to balance my work and commute. It was absolutely worthwhile. - Wellesley College View Entire Review

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As Ireland's first university, Trinity College Dublin has for over four centuries pursued excellence in its teaching and research and has also welcomed the brightest students and staff from all over the world. Our reputation for teaching and research of the highest quality puts the university at the forefront of higher education in Ireland and internationally – our outstanding performance in international rankings is testament to this achievement. Trinity College is currently ranked 49th in the Times Higher Education Supplement Global University Rankings and 13th in Europe.

Trinity College is situated in the centre of Dublin, Ireland's vibrant capital city, with over 15,500 students including 2,300 from over 90 different countries. The university offers an exciting international experience where students enjoy a friendly atmosphere and lively social environment in the heart of the city. There are three core faculties covering the following academic disciplines:
Faculty of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics & Science
Faculty of Health Sciences
State-of-the-art libraries, laboratories and IT facilities stand alongside historic buildings. While Trinity has a long and proud tradition in the arts, humanities and social sciences, it is also at the centre of cutting edge research in neuroscience and is home to the key national research centre for nanoscience.

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Year Founded:
1592
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