How do I apply to Trinity College?
Our aim is to help you understand, prepare for and successfully apply to College. Read our service statistics and find out how many students like you are studying in Trinity.
To be eligible for an offer of a place in Trinity you need to make sure you understand the following things:
Applicants with a disability applying for full time undergraduate degrees of the University should apply via the Central Applications Office (CAO) indicating on the application form that they have a disability or specific learning difficulty, which is the basis for seeking reasonable accommodations or support in either the application process or in pursuing their College career.
You need to complete your application on the CAO website by 1st February.
Applicants with a disability applying for full time undergraduate degree/diploma courses in Trinity College must indicate on the application form that they have a disability or specific learning difficulty.
You must also opt into the Disability Access Route to Education (DARE) scheme by 1st February. This is an admissions scheme for school leavers who have a disability or specific learning difficulty.
Students who are eligible for the Disability Access Route to Education (DARE) may secure a place on a reduced points basis. For more information go to the DARE page.
Mature students should read the relevant information available on the TCD Admissions website.
Find out more about Pathways to Trinity.