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Trinity College of Dublin welcomes students from over 100 countries for various UG and PG degree programs. At present, the student body of the college comprises of more than 17,000 students across all the major disciplines like business, law, arts and humanities, and science.
|Application Portal||Online Application|
|Application Fee||€ 55|
|Mode of Payment||Credit card|
|Interview||Required for admission in the professional program|
|Work Experience||Required for MBA|
Trinity College Dublin has separate admission deadlines for domestic and international applicants. The admission deadlines for international applicants applying for the undergraduate programs are as follows:
The admission deadline for postgraduate programs varies from course to course. Applicants must check the program page to know the suitable admission deadline.
International applicants belonging to non-native English speaking countries are required to submit proof of English language proficiency.
The proficiency test accepted or permitted by the college are given below:
|Tests||Minimum Scores (UG)||Minimum Score (PG)|
|TOEFL||iBT: 90||iBT: 88;|
The college offers around 100 undergraduate courses in the field of Engineering, Arts, Humanities, etc.
Application Portal – Online Application
Application fee- € 55
Admission Requirements- The requirements for UG programs are country-specific. For the convenience of students, the admission requirements of a few countries are given below:
There are around 100 graduate courses for the applicants. The specific requirement varies from program to program but the general admission process remains the same
Application Portal: Online Application
Application Fee: € 55
|Course||Application Deadline||Academic Requirements|
|Digital Marketing Strategy (M.Sc.)||30 June 2019||Bachelors degree in a relevant subject|
|Master in Business Administration (M.B.A)||30 June 2019||UG degree GMAT score 500 or GRE equivalent|
|Applied Psychology (M.Sc.)||31 March 2019||2nd class honours degree is required in psychology|
|BioEngineering (M.Sc.)||31 May 2019||2nd class honours degree in biomedical technology, engineering, or a cognate discipline.|
Supporting Documents: Transcripts, recommendations, personal essays, ELP scores, and resume.
International students who are non-EU/EEA(European Economic Area) must have a student visa to study in any university based in Ireland. Applicants are advised to carefully check all the visa information carefully.
Some important guidelines for the Non-EEA applicants are given below:
The admission board at Trinity College Dublin is a bit selective in choosing its students. They review each application comprehensively. It is necessary for students to work on their overall admission applications.
The college does not have a specific timeframe for admission decisions. Hence, the students are advised to keep a track of the application for acknowledgement letter and offer letter.