Is Engineering the right course for me?
What is Engineering?
Engineering is about being creative in technical problem solving. Engineers make things possible by using mathematical and scientific principles together with analytical and design skills. They tackle current and future problems by developing new solutions through innovative technologies.
Is this the right course for you?
Engineering is a constantly evolving profession. As an engineer, you will need to be adaptable both to the rapid development of new ideas and technology and to the shifting requirements of industry and society. You will need to be a good communicator, a team player and a problem solver.
For more information on our courses, please see our prospectus and the links to TR032 and TR038 below.
TR038: Engineering with Management
Engineering with Management is an exciting and wideranging engineering programme which is broad in scope and aims to develop both the technical and business aspects of engineering. These students take many of the same subjects as Engineering students in their first two years plus modules in Design, Management Science, Finance, Statistics and Manufacturing. In their third, fourth and fifth years, students take core modules and choose from a broad range of engineering and management modules, including an international product development module (4E5) option. This programme is characterised by its emphasis on small group teaching (class size is limited to 20 students) with a strong focus on project based learning, group work and integrated (business and engineering) philosophy of teaching and learning.
This degree programme is based on two years of general engineering, providing students with a firm grounding in the principles common to all disciplines, followed by two/three years of specialism.
In the first two years, all students follow a common programme, which comprises introductory courses in engineering science, mathematics, computer science, physics, chemistry, mechanics, electricity and magnetism, graphics and computer-aided engineering, and group design and build projects. This allows students to explore all the branches open to them before choosing one of six specialisms. Courses in the third, fourth and fifth years aim to broaden and deepen your knowledge and understanding of the specialism you have chosen. Subjects are studied in much greater detail and students undertake real-life, practical projects and research work. Please note that all disciplines apply through the general engineering course code TR032.
TR032 Engineering course details and requirements can be found here and if you are interested to know what modules you would be studying as part of the course, you can find details here in the Current Student section of our website.
- Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering (Apply through TR032)
- Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering (Apply through TR032)
- Biomedical Engineering (Apply through TR032)
- Computer Engineering (Apply through TR032)
- Electronic Engineering (Apply through TR032)
- Electronic and Computer Engineering (Apply through TR032)
The first step is to check whether you have EU or non-EU student status. This status will effect your admissions procedure and your fees. Go to our Study at Trinity page.....check the drop down menu “Am I an EU or a non-EU international student?"
- EU students apply through the Centralised Applications Office (CAO).
- Your grades will be converted to an equivalent grade to Leaving Certificate students and places are allocated based entirely on supply and demand.
- EU student application instructions can be found here.
- EU admissions requirements can be found here.
- Non-EU student application instructions can be found here at How to Apply – Undergraduate Non-EU Students
- Admissions requirements for specific non-EU countries can be found here: https://www.tcd.ie/study/non-eu/undergraduate/country-specific/
Fees and Scholarships
- Fees for courses can be found here. (Please note the fees can be found under the Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics & Science, TR032 and TR038)
- Details of scholarships for international undergraduate students can be found here
- Prizes are also awarded to very high achieving students annually. Details of these and other available available scholarships can be found here
- This video gives a great insight into campus life.
- An international perspective on student life in Trinity can be found in this video
- Please see the perspective of some of our American students here, including Roisin, one of our 2nd year Engineering students, in this video. More information on student experience can be found here.
If you can’t find the information that you’re looking for at the links above, please contact the Global Officer for the School of Engineering, Deirbhle O’Reilly.