Discover the various ways you can engage with, learn about, and experience student life.

Second Level Students

Are you a transition year student fascinated by the world of Computer Science? We have the perfect opportunity for you! The School of Computer Science and Statistics  along with Bridge 21 is thrilled to offer week-long workshops designed just for you.

Dive into an exciting and interactive learning experience where you'll collaborate with peers on a range of thrilling technical projects. Imagine building and programming robots, creating captivating animations, designing immersive games, and crafting stunning websites. Our workshops blend hands-on hardware and software challenges to ignite your passion and curiosity.

Not only will you get to work on amazing projects, but you'll also get a taste of the vibrant third-level environment. Engage with our dynamic staff and fellow students, and get a glimpse of what studying Computer Science at university is really like.

Join us for an unforgettable week of innovation, creativity, and fun. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to explore your interests and shape your future!

Spaces in our workshops are highly sought after, so we have a lottery system in place.

On the day the Junior Cert results are released, there will be a form available here to complete & to upload your CV along with your Junior Cert results. 

Complete the form with all of the necessary documentation by 15th November to be included in the lottery.  

We will be in contact with successful applicants from the 2nd December.  


Experience academic life at Trinity College Dublin first hand! Sixth-year students are invited to shadow our first-year students, offering a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the Trinity experience. Attend engaging classes, participate in lab sessions, and discover what a typical day in the life of a Computer Science student truly entails.

This exclusive program provides invaluable insights and a real taste of college life, making it an essential experience for prospective students. However, spaces are limited, so act quickly to secure your spot and embark on this exciting journey with us.

Email to apply. 

In addition to the traditional admissions route to Trinity College, there are alternative pathways designed to encourage students from diverse backgrounds to study here.

Further Education & Training (FET)

FET Level 5/6 Major Awards are accepted for entry into degree courses across all three faculties at Trinity. However, specific requirements apply for entry into the Computer Science degree (TR033). 

Coláiste Dhúlaigh offers the first PLC course that includes the 'Maths for STEM 5N0556' module, making students eligible to apply for entry in to Year One of the Computer Science programme, provided they achieve a merit (65% or higher) in this module.

Maths for STEM (5N0556) is a 30 credit module, deemed equivalent to Higher Leaving Certificate Mathematics. It is designed to equip learners with the mathematical skills necessary to pursue degree programmes in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) subjects. 

For additional entry routes, check out this page: Alternative Paths to Trinity - Study - Trinity College Dublin (  

Please consult the FET Progression Pathways booklet to ensure you meet the component module requirements. 


There are a variety of funding opportunities for students.  

Please see the links below for full details of existing scholarships available for Irish and International students.  

Scholarships - E3 - Engineering, Environment and Emerging Technologies - Trinity College Dublin (

Scholarships & Funding - Study - Trinity College Dublin (