Since 1993, the Trinity Access Programmes (TAP) have formed a central part of Trinity’s plan to encourage young adults, adults and ethnic minority students who come from socio-economic groups under-represented in higher education, to go to university.
If you’re from a socio-economic group, ethnic minority or Traveller community where few people have the opportunity to go to college, we may be able to help.
TAP provides a range of supports to students, families and communities enabling them to identify and fulfil their educational goals.
The TAP programmes are:
- School and Community Outreach Links (SCOL)
- The Higher Education Access Route (HEAR)
- University Access Courses:
- The TAP Foundation Course for Higher Education - Young Adults
- The TAP Foundation Course for Higher Education - Mature Students
- The University Access Partnership Courses: TCD and the City of Dublin Vocational Education Committee Colleges (CDVEC)
- The Post-Entry Progression Programme
- Learning What Works: TAP Evaluation and Research