108QS World University Rankings
History, Affiliations & Rankings
Trinity College Dublin was established in 1592. Its design was influenced by Oxford & Cambridge Universities. Trinity is considered as one of the seven ancient colleges of Britain & Ireland. It is affiliated with CHCI, UBIAS & ECHIC. It is also a member of LERU (League of European Research) & a founding member of the Irish Humanities Alliance. It holds top rank in the universities of Ireland. The QS ranking 2020, ranks it at 108th.
Infrastructure, Campus & Courses
This university is Ireland’s oldest university holding a history for over 400 years & today it is one of the famous tourist attractions. The campus houses modern art in Douglas Hyde Gallery & Pomodoro’s unique sculpture. The institution is also home to the famous Berkley Library built in 1853. The institution is ranked by QS subject ranking among the top 50 institutions in the world for English Language and Literature, Classics and Ancient History, Pharmacy and Pharmacology, Nursing and Arts and Humanities among others.
Achievements & Alumni
Trinity College Dublin campus is the first to join the International Sustainable Campus in research & teaching in Ireland. This prestigious university has educated some of Ireland’s most famous public figures, including writers, politicians and Nobel Prize winners. Some of them are Bram Stoker, Oscar Wilde, Jonathan Swift, Samuel Beckett, Niall Horan, Mary Robinson, Mary McAleese, and Mairead Maguire & Theobald Wolfe.
Student Diversity & Visiting Companies
The 2018-19 data of the institution shows a positive gender diversity with 53% female and 47 % male students. The undergraduate percentages are more. Of the total number of students, approximately 17000 students belong to countries outside the European Union of which 67% were pursuing undergraduate courses. The alumni work at tp organizations around the world including EY, Google, Bank of Ireland, Salesforce, Arthur Cox to name a few.
As the world is beginning to heal from the damages dealt through COVID-19, Trinity College of Dublin is taking the necessary steps to ensure the safety and health of its students and staff. Currently, a team of researchers are planning out and devising a hybrid model of learning, which will be implemented in the semester, which is scheduled to begin in September 2020.
However, for the safety of all stakeholders, classes will be offered in a blended model, where large group classes will be held online, while, smaller group scenarios such as laboratory and practical sessions, etc, will be held in a face-to-face model.
A blended model of learning with lectures for larger groups held online and laboratory and practical sessions, requiring smaller groups held face-to-face.
Face-masks or coverings are compulsory whilst on campus.
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