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Trinitys location

Trinity is located on the island of Ireland in the North Atlantic, ideally situated between mainland Europe and the United States. Ireland is an English speaking country.

Location Rankings

Location Rankings

Ireland is ranked in the Top 12 safest countries in the world1 and it has one of the fastest growing economies in the EU2. Dublin also ranks 37th in the world ranking for Best Student Cities3. Find out more about rankings.

1Global Peace Index 2019
2 IDA Ireland 2019
3QS Rankings 2019


Why Ireland

Why Ireland

Ireland boasts a unique combination of cosmopolitan cities, breathtaking scenery, idyllic countryside and historic sites. Ireland is an English speaking country with a young, vibrant population. The country is a European hub for innovation and industry with global companies such as Google, Facebook, Microso, Intel, Pfizer and HP based here.

Discovering Ireland

Discovering Ireland

Ireland has been renowned for its people, music, literature and art for centuries. It is world-famous for its friendly citizens and warm welcomes. So hike the peaks of Kerry, surf the waves off Sligo, dance to a traditional band in Galway or stroll along West Cork’s beaches. Embrace the outdoors and explore Ireland’s green beauty. Gallery-hop around Dublin. Explore centuries old castles and millenia-old passage tombs.

Your university your city

Trinity in the heart of Dublin

Trinity sits in the heart of Dublin’s city centre and over the centuries the city has grown around the University. Today, this is a great advantage for our students. Dublin is a vibrant, young, European capital city and everything the city has to offer is easily accessible to Trinity students. The vast array of restaurants, cafés, delis and coffee shops (most offering student deals and discounts) cater for every taste and budget.

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Your university, Your city

Dublin’s theatres, museums, bars and clubs ensure that there is something exciting for students to enjoy every day of the year. There are plenty of places to shop, whether that’s for your weekly groceries or a browse through leading high street stores on Grafton or Henry Street. If you want to take time out to relax in nature, the city’s parks (including Phoenix Park, one of the largest urban parks in Europe), an easily accessible coastline, beaches and the Dublin Mountains are all close to hand.

 

 


Your university your city

Trinity's campus

Trinity’s campus contains state of the artmodern facilities including the Sports Centre, Science Gallery, Nanoscience Research Centre, Long Room Hub, and the Biomedical Sciences Institute, all situated on a 47-acre campus of cobbled squares, historic buildings and green playing fields.

Trinity’s location is also advantageous, when you are looking for a job. Dublin’s Innovation District, the ‘Silicon Docks’ is within walking distance, as is the International Financial Services Centre, and a large number of other businesses and organisations which have their Irish headquarters close by. The Dublin region is also home to many global corporations across a range of sectors.

Be at the centre of things

Be at the centre of things

Trinity’s central location makes it highly accessible for all forms of public transport: Trinity has its own LUAS (tram) station and there is a DART (Dublin’s suburban rail
system) station opposite the campus. A large number of Dublin’s bus services pass by the University and national bus routes are a few minutes walk away. Dublin’s two main train stations are in close proximity, while Dublin airport is 13km (8 miles) from the campus and is directly accessible via bus or taxi. Find out more here.

Trinity tour

Trinity tour

The best way to explore Trinity's unique lively, traditional, urban experience is to pay us a visit. To sign up for a tour please click here. If you’re planning to apply, come visit!