|University of Glasgow||Trinity College Dublin|
|collegedunia score||6.2 Out of 10||5.2 Out of 10|
|ranking (overall)||# 77 QS World University 2021 |
# 86 US News 2021
# 91 Times Higher Education 2021
|# 70 Times Higher Education 2021 |
# 101 QS World University 2021
# 126 Times Higher Education 2021
|subject strength||# 40 for Law by Times Higher Education 2021 |
# 54 for Clinical Science by Times Higher Education 2021
# 79 for Arts by Times Higher Education 2021
|# 85 for Psychology by Times Higher Education 2021 |
# 101 for Law by Times Higher Education 2021
# 101 for Arts by Times Higher Education 2021
|programs||UG Programs -33|
PG Programs -71
Doctorate Programs -6
|UG Programs -92|
PG Programs -58
Doctorate Programs -3
|exam score||GMAT - 700|
GRE - 322
TOEFL - 110
IELTS - 7
PTE - 71
|PTE - 69|
TOEFL - 104
IELTS - 7.5
GMAT - 593
|cost to study||Average Tuition Fees 31510|
[For UG Program]
Average Tuition Fees 33619
[For PG Program]
Hostel + Meal - 17740 Per Year
|Average Tuition Fees 31842|
[For UG Program]
Average Tuition Fees 23718
[For PG Program]
Hostel + Meal - 25755 Per Year
|placement (average package)|
Graduate Employability Ranking: #131-140,
Graduate employability ranking: #92.
International applicants must fulfill country-specific requirements,
Fulfill country-specific entry requirements.
|campuses and b schools||Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow||NA|
|collegedunia reviews||7.6/10 Read 45 reviews||8.5/10 Read 12 reviews|
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|General Facts||University of Glasgow||Trinity College Dublin|
|type of university||University||College|
|Male:Female||41% Male, 59% Female||40.4% Male, 59% Female|
It has three campuses Gilmore hills, Garscube, and Dumfries. The main campus is Gillmore hills located within Glasgow’s West End, three miles from the city center. Garscube campus is 4 miles from main campus and Dumfries campus is surrounded by gardens and parkland in Southwest of Scottland.
The college is located in the heart of the Irish City and opposite to Irish House of Parliament. The college building is divided by college park that has rugby and cricket pitch. The grounds of college are bounded by Nassau and Pearse street.
2.5 million books and journals. 1,8532,00 ebooks and 50,00 journals. There is an additional archival collection as well.
Constituting 6 libraries, serving TCD and UCD, around 6000 new books are added to the collection each year. Electronic items purchased by the library are over 100,000 each year. 400 program-specific research collections are included per year. There is a total of 6 million print volumes of print books.
There are over 200 student clubs and societies. It has 4 media groups including a magazine, a radio station, a newspaper, and a television. All of these have won some national awards. Wellbeing and fitness clubs along with over 50 sports clubs are offered to students. Two major student unions and one student representative council offer support and help to the freshman.
The university offers 120 societies and 48 sports clubs. Trinity Ball, organized during spring term is Europe’s largest private party. Some of the most popular societies include philosophical and historical societies of the university. Student support is available for academic as well as personal needs. Student counseling services are also available.
|hostel||#Single En-suite Room - $9315|
#Single Standard Room - $8425
|#Single En-suite Room - $13925|
#Single Standard Room - $11830
Seven Nobel prize winners, Scotland’s first minister, and a prime minister are a part of the alumni community. Some of the famous names are Adam Smith (economist), Nicola Sturgeon (First minister of Scotland), Kenneth Calman (Chancellor University of Glasgow), Willson Thomas (mathematician), Gerard Butler (Actor), Henry Campbell (Former PM of UK), Edwin Morgan (poet), etc.
Oscar Wilde (poet), Samuel Beckett (novelist), Bram Stoker (author), Mary Robinson (former PM Ireland), Mary McAleese (former President of Ireland), Douglas Hyde (former PM of Ireland), George Berkeley (philosopher), Katie McGrath (actress), Willie Walsh (CEO international airline groups), etc.
The city of Glasgow offers botanic gardens, live music, museums, parks, theatres, and a lot more to explore. It is also considered as a shoppers paradise offering high-end brands to vintage wares. Finneiston neighborhood is the city’s food quarter catering to every foodie’s need and demand. It is UK’s first UNESCO city of music and offers a buzzing nightlife with pubs, bars, and ballroom. The unemployment rate is around 5,7%.
The city is full off cosy cafe, elegant parks, quirky restaurants, music gigs, fashionable clubs, classic clubs, and comedy shows. The city is full of cultural heritage and historical landmarks and exploring Europe through Dublin is convenient. The unemployment rate of the city is higher-5.3%, however, Dublin is still considered to have many recruiters.