Colleges and universities in Dublin

 

university in dublinFor a relatively small city, Dublin has a great range of universities and colleges covering every conceivable course.

Depending on their needs, expats can choose from the historical Trinity College or more newly established colleges like Griffith College. While the prestige of attending Trinity might seem attractive, Dublin has many prestigious colleges and universities on offer, so prospective students should be sure to explore their options thoroughly before making a decision.
 
Some students with ties to the EEA may be eligible for the Free Fees Initiative. This allows free full-time undergraduate education at Irish universities. Students who wish to avail themselves of this scheme will need to fulfil certain conditions, such as either being a legal citizen or national of an EEA state themselves, or being a direct family member of one.

Non-EU nationals will be faced with a larger bill, but it is manageable in comparison to the international fees levied by universities in the United States.

University options in Dublin

 

Trinity College Dublin

www.tcd.ie
The beautiful campus of Trinity College is not only a must-see for tourists and visitors to Dublin, but is also an excellent place to receive an education. The college offers a full range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees with a range of alternative options for study such as online courses, short courses and evening courses

Dublin Institute of Technology

www.dit.ie
The Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) has an excellent reputation and plays host to a student population of over 20,000. DIT also has an impressive list of notable alumni, not to mention a number of lecturers who are well-known and admired in their respective fields.

University College Dublin

www.ucd.ie
One of the largest universities in Ireland, this college has a great reputation in both traditional and more contemporary subjects – a successful law department for example, and a sports department known for turning out professional players who represent Ireland in many areas. It is a particularly good choice for those who wish to study literature, as past students include renowned writers like James Joyce and Gerard Manley Hopkins

Griffith College

www.griffith.ie
As Dublin's oldest private college, Griffith College has established a great reputation over the more than four decades of its existence. Griffith offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses, including subjects such as accountancy, business, law, media, music and drama, and design.

Dublin Business School

www.dbs.ie
Recently merged with Portobello College, Dublin Business School (DBS) is the Irish capital's largest independent college. DBS offers a wide range of business and vocational courses including law, accounting, marketing, psychology, the arts, and IT.

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