Welcome to Trinity College Dublin. On this page you will find information for prospective students from
Accepted qualifications for direct applications include:
- GCE A Levels
Click here for a quick guide to Trinity requirements for GCE A Levels
- International Baccalaureate
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- US High School Diploma with SAT or ACT
Click here for a quick guide to Trinity requirements for US High School Diploma
In addition, to qualify for admission to a degree course at the University you must:
- Meet the minimum matriculation requirements (pass grades in English, Mathematics, a language other than English, and a full set of valid subjects for your examination system)
- Display a high level of competence in the English language in one of the examination systems recognised by Trinity College Dublin.
Details on accepted English proficiencies are available on our Admission Requirements page
- Satisfy course specific requirements. Some courses will have additional requirements and restrictions for admission.
They are detailed on the relevant course page and on our Admission Requirements page
- Meet competitive standards for admission to the course.
Please note that posted scores are minimum entrance requirements only and do not guarantee admission. Where places are competitive, a student must have excellent examination results to qualify for a place on their preferred course.
These standards are indicative only and final assessment will be made by Trinity's Academic Registry.
Important note on your application
Applicants from your country will normally be defined by Trinity as Non-EU applicants; this is based on residency rather than nationality.
Your EU/Non-EU status is an important part of your application and it is your responsibility to determine your correct status before making an application, as the method of application and requirements will differ.
Determining EU/Non-EU status (Undergraduate)
Making an Application
For detailed information on how to make an application to study at Trinity College Dublin, please see our How to Apply Guide.
There are many different ways to come to University and Trinity encourages applicants from all backgrounds and circumstances to apply. For more information on alternative paths to Trinity, such as advanced entry transfers, please see our guide to non-standard applications here
Postgraduate Entry Requirements
Postgraduate work in Trinity is academically challenging and the University has high academic entry requirements.
Applicants will need to:
• hold at least a 2.1 honors degree from an Irish university or equivalent result from a university in another country.
The fees you will be expected to pay to attend Trinity College Dublin are determined by a number of factors. For more information on how to determine your course fees, and methods of payment, please see our detailed information on Fees and Finances. For more information on scholarship, funding and grant opportunities, please see below. Do I need a Visa to come to Ireland to study at Trinity? The majority of non-EU/EEA students require a visa before entry to Ireland. To check to see whether you require a visa, please see here. Please see on the Irish Immigration Service website a list of the countries that require a visa before entry to Ireland. Trinity in your Country Education Agents Regional Managers are Trinity staff based in Dublin who can assist you with your queries. Do not hesitate to get in touch with us, we would be pleased to answer your questions. The Regional Manager for your country is: Ronan Hodson Email: email@example.com Phone +353 1 896 4500
• display a high level of competence in the English language in one of the examination systems recognised by Trinity College Dublin. Details on accepted English proficiencies are available on our Admission Requirements page
Some courses may require higher standards or require you to take further tests or attend an interview. More detailed requirements for each course are listed on the relevant course page
If you have questions about the specifics of the admission requirements for a given course, or about the course itself, you should contract the course coordinator directly using the contact information available on the courses page.
Fees, Funding, Scholarships
Trinity College Dublin offers a number of scholarship opportunities for prospective and current students interested in study or research at Ireland's leading university. Since its foundation in 1592, Trinity College Dublin has sought to assist students of limited means and reward academic achievement. Students are always encouraged to explore external funding options in their home countries.
For general information on visas and immigration please visit our Visa Information section.
Meet us in your country
We are not traveling actively at the moment but we are always happy to help answer questions about our programmes, entry requirements and student life. You can find contact details for your regional representative in the "Contact us" section below. Any visits to your region are listed on this page.
We currently do not work with education agents in your country. For assistance with your application, please contact the Regional Manager for your country.
Phone: + 353 1 896 2614
If you have further questions about the application process you can contact the Applications and Admissions Team in Trinity’s Academic Registry
For more information on scholarship, funding and grant opportunities, please see below.
Do I need a Visa to come to Ireland to study at Trinity?
The majority of non-EU/EEA students require a visa before entry to Ireland.
To check to see whether you require a visa, please see here.
Trinity in your Country
The Regional Manager for your country is:
Phone +353 1 896 4500
Blake StephensLaw and Political Science
The vibrant city of Dublin that Trinity is encased in is an integral part of the Irish experience and fosters being part of a most exciting city. Dublin always has something going on and is easily traversable on foot or by bicycle, making it a perfect student city. Ireland is steeped in history and lore that is palpable and tangible everywhere one goes. This immersion informs traditions and practices which one can’t help but becoming embroiled in – activities like GAA, listening to trad music or Irish dancing. All of these activities make this a country which feels full of adventure.
Regan Kate RoseveareHistory
Trinity is an amazing university that allows you to grow and learn. I love that the course allows you to explore your personal interests while instilling a solid foundation in Medieval and Modern History. The syllabus is interesting and makes me excited to learn. Trinity, like South Africa, is multi-cultural and as an international student you never feel alone. This is due to the fact that there are so many students from all around the globe. I love the university and the people I have met. The entire experience is truly incredible.