The Department of Irish in Trinity College is a small but strong department, with a long history behind it - the Chair of Irish was founded in 1840 and it has been home to excellent scholarship ever since.
In this department, students can take Early or Modern Irish separately as part of a Two-Subject Moderatorship (TSM), or together as a Single Honors degree. We offer interdisciplinary courses as well. Graduates can undertake research or taught postgraduate courses here, and we provide modules for visiting students.
Between these courses, we have around 200 students in the Irish Department - large enough for a fun-filled student life, but small enough that students and staff can get to know each other personally. Our students benefit from a lot of a support from staff, and a high standard of teaching.
The Irish Department is in Trinity's main campus, in rooms 4055-4063 in the Arts Building. Queries and visitors are welcome in the departmental office, in room 4055. Professor Damian McManus is the Head of Department.