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Trinity Joint Honors Subject Requirements from 2019

Course requirements for entry to Trinity Joint Honors (TJH) from 2019/20 can be found here.

TJH Subject Requirements


Note 1 (Economics)

A mathematics requirement of grade 4 on the ordinary or grade 6 on the higher Leaving Certificate paper or grade B at GCSE level.

Note 5 (Music)

This is a restricted entry course, therefore, applications must be submitted to the CAO by 1 February of the proposed year of entry. You will be called for an entrance test on 31st March 2019 (provisional date). This will include a simple harmony paper, an ear test, a paper on general musical knowledge and background and an essay paper (TR009 only). Some applicants will be called for interview (and in the case of TR009 applicants, further tests) in late April/early May when the final selections will be made.

Note 10 (Drama Studies)

This is a restricted entry course, therefore, applications must be submitted to the CAO by 1 February of the proposed year of entry. If you indicate Drama Studies or Drama and Theatre studies as a choice of subject, you will be sent a questionnaire to complete in March. On the basis of the completed questionnaire some applicants will be called to attend a workshop and interview (during April/May) before final selections are made.

Note 20 (Modern Language)

The languages available within Modern Language are French, German, Italian, Modern Irish, Russian and Spanish. German, Italian, Russian and Spanish are available at beginners level but prior knowledge is required for French and Modern Irish. Students are not permitted to commence two languages. Applicants wishing to study German, Italian, Russian or Spanish must present a H4 in a language other than English. To be eligible for French or Modern Irish applicants must present a H4 in French or Modern Irish. A Level Applicants: To be eligible for French or Modern Irish applicants must present a Grade C at A Level in French or Modern Irish. To study German, Italian, Russian or Spanish a Grade C at A Level in a language other than English is required.

How to apply:
For information on admission requirements, fees and how to apply please see the Study at Trinity website. Information on the CAO is available here.

CAO Entry Points:
FINAL minimum CAO points for Trinity Joint Honors (TJH) for 2019,can be found here, then scroll down to 'Minimum CAO Points', and click on '2019'

Further Information:
If you have any queries in relation to admissions please contact the Academic Registry. More information can be found in the Trinity College Prospectus available here