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Undergraduate Honors Degrees

Undergraduate students choose from over 400 full-time four-year courses, covering all disciplines. These include flexible subject combinations in three faculties: Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; Engineering, Mathematics and Science; and Health Sciences. The range of offerings at Trinity College Dublin allows students to focus on the areas that interest them most. A full list of courses is available here.

For students with multiple academic interests, Two Subject Moderatorships (TSM) are double honors degree programmes. A listing of possible combinations is available at www.tcd.ie/TSM.

Students apply directly to their chosen course from the course listing page.

Students who are interested in transferring to Trinity from another university can do so through the 'Advanced Entry' route.

Broad Curriculum Courses

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Trinity College aims to provide the broadest possible education and encourages its students to develop their critical thinking by taking a module outside their main disciplines. To this end, Broad Curriculum modules are offered in the following subjects: art in Ireland, business, European studies, gender & society, Greek art & architecture, history, Irish cinema, languages, literature, philosophy, planet earth, political science, psychology, Roman art & architecture, science & technology, and theology. Discover more at https://www.tcd.ie/Broad_Curriculum/cross-faculty-modules/outlines.php.

Language Modules

For those students not studying a language as part of their degree, there are a number of optional language courses whose aim is to develop communication skills for study or work abroad. Current language options are French, German, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish and Turkish. See https://www.tcd.ie/Broad_Curriculum/language/.

The School of Linguistic, Speech and Communication Sciences offers an English language programme for students from non-English speaking countries. English for Academic Purposes is aimed at students for whom English is not their first language. More information can be found at www.tcd.ie/slcs/english.

Smart Start Programme

The Understanding Ireland Smart Start Programme offers international students the best possible foundation for settling into their time at Trinity. The week-long programme is unique in providing both an orientation to life in Trinity and an academic introduction to understanding Irish culture—all before normal teaching begins. To read more about the programme, please see here.

Pre-College Summer Schools

Discover your potential by taking part in one of Trinity College Dublin's unique summer schools. Students from 12-19 years old will be taught by high-calibre faculty, develop fresh perspectives and realise their academic potential. To complement the learning environment, an exciting cultural and recreational programme ensures students have fun, make friends from all over the world and make the most of their time in Trinity. Activities include Trinity classics such as fencing and excursions to some of Dublin and Ireland's most magnificent sites. Please see the Summer Schools page here for more information on available courses.

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