Trinity College Dublin

Trinity College Dublin

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Location 🌎

Language of instruction 💬

Eligible faculty 🎓

Dublin, Ireland English Open to all Faculties


Trinity College Dublin is located in the heart of Dublin, Ireland’s vibrant capital city. Founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I, Trinity has a tradition of scholarship spanning more than four centuries, and is home to talented and inquiring minds, a liberal education, and research conducted at the frontiers of disciplines.

Trinity’s historic campus in the middle of Dublin has attracted visitors from all over the world to see their world-renowned Long Room Library, their medieval manuscript called the Book of Kells, and their beautiful campanile and Georgian squares.

If you are looking for an engaging, interesting and stimulating experience at a welcoming, fun world-class university, Trinity is for you!

Important information

  • Inbound Students Guide

  • Exchange students from McGill need to have completed the equivalent of at least two years of their degree program before the start of the exchange. 

Term dates 

Semester 1

Semester 2

September - December January - May

*Semester and exam dates may vary from year to year. Please consult the Host institution's fact sheet, the Host institution's website, or the Host institution directly to confirm.

Contact information

Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin
College Green
Dublin 2, Ireland

Tel: +353 1 896 1000


Incoming Student Coordinator

Email: study.abroad [at]


Student Reports

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The information on this page is drawn from either the institution's fact sheet or their website as linked above.

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