We have a range of undergraduate courses on offer. All courses at Trinity are four-year courses, with the option to spend some of that time abroad on Erasmus.
Irish can be taken as part of a Joint Honours courses (continuing student will know this as the Two Subject Moderatorship), or as part of two interdisciplinary programmes - European Studies and CSL. The BA in European Studies looks at Europe through the disciplines of History, Politics and more, and students take two European languages as part of their studies, one of which can be Irish. Computer Science and a Language (CSL) combines the study of Computer Science, Linguistics and a language of your choice (French, German or Irish).
If you have an interest in the medieval, you may enjoy the Single Honour course in Early and Modern Irish. The Modern Irish component follows a similar course to that of Joint Honours, while Early Irish focuses on the language and literature of medieval Ireland and earlier.
For further information about our undergraduate courses, please follow the links below:
- Single Honour Degree in Early and Modern Irish (TR022)
- Joint Honours with Irish
- European Studies
- Computer Science and Language (TR039)
- Irish as a new Minor Subject (available to 2nd year students)
Continuing Students may be interested in details on:
(These courses are no longer available to new entrants.)