Trinity College Dublin (TCD)

  • Description
  • Trin­ity Col­lege builds on its four-​hundred-​year-​old tra­di­tion of schol­ar­ship to con­firm its posi­tion as one of the great uni­ver­si­ties of the world, pro­vid­ing a lib­eral envi­ron­ment where inde­pen­dence of thought is highly val­ued and where staff and stu­dents are nur­tured as indi­vid­u­als and are encour­aged to achieve their full potential.

    The Col­lege is com­mit­ted to excel­lence in both research and teach­ing, to the enhance­ment of the learn­ing expe­ri­ence of each of its stu­dents and to an inclu­sive Col­lege com­mu­nity with equal­ity of access for all. The Col­lege will con­tinue to dis­sem­i­nate its knowl­edge and exper­tise to the ben­e­fit of the City of Dublin, the coun­try and the inter­na­tional community.

    Facts and Figures

    • Trin­ity Col­lege Dublin is recog­nised inter­na­tion­ally as Ireland’s pre­mier uni­ver­sity and is ranked in 52nd posi­tion in the top 100 world uni­ver­si­ties and 14th posi­tion in the top 200 Euro­pean uni­ver­si­ties by the QS World Uni­ver­sity Rank­ings 2010. In the Times Higher Edu­ca­tion World Uni­ver­sity Rank­ings for 2010 TCD is ranked 76th in the top 200 world uni­ver­si­ties and 15th in the top Euro­pean universities.
    • The Uni­ver­sity of Dublin, Trin­ity Col­lege was founded in 1592.
    • There were 16,807 reg­is­tered stu­dents in 200910.
    • In 2008/​09, TCD secured €89.7m in research income.
    • There are over 92,005 alumni.
    • Find your way around the Trin­ity cam­pus using TCD Vir­tual Tour.
    • See fur­ther infor­ma­tion in the Facts and Fig­ures websites.


    Phone +353.1.896-1000
    Location ,
    Address College Green

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