The University of Dublin, founded in 1592, is the oldest university in Ireland. The main campus (situated in Dublin’s city centre) covers over forty acres of cobbled squares and green spaces around buildings which represent the accumulated architectural riches of nearly three centuries as well as state-of-the-art modern facilities.
French literature, culture and civilisation have a long and distinguished history. If you are interested in the possibility of exploring this dynamic society and in finding out more about other cultures where French is spoken, in Europe and throughout the world, French at Trinity will appeal to you. The Chair of French, established in Trinity College in 1776, is among the oldest in Europe.
French (TSM) cannot be studied as a single honor course. It must be combined with one other subject from a wide range of subjects, within the two-subject moderatorship (TSM) programme. TSM is a joint honor programme. Both subjects are normally studied for three years and one subject only is studied in the fourth year. An honors degree is awarded in both subjects.
Alternatively, French may be selected as one of the two languages studied in the European studies programme or studied as the chosen language of either the Computer Science, Linguistics and a Language, the Business Studies and a Language or the Law and a Language degree programmes.