Trinity College Dublin

Trinity College Dublin, located in Dublin’s city centre, is Ireland's leading university offering undergraduate and postgraduate programs through its 24 schools and three faculties of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences; Engineering, Maths & Science; and Health Sciences.

  • Average Tuition EUR 17,435
  • Students 17,000
  • International Students 25%
  • Total Cost EUR 22,324
  • Scholarships Yes
  • Student-Faculty Ratio 18:1

School Description

Trinity College Dublin, University of Dublin was established by a royal charter in 1592 during a time in Western Europe when the existence of a university was thought to increase the prestige of a state. Trinity College was the first, (and still is) the only college of the University of Dublin, which makes these two names synonymous with each other.

Today, Trinity is Ireland's highest ranking university. It has around 17,000 students, a 51 acre campus with a large number of buildings with historic architecture and state-of-the-art modern facilities. The University has produced many world famous names like writers, Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett (Nobel laureate); scientists, William Rowan Hamilton and Ernest Walton (Nobel laureate); political thinker Edmund Burke’ and the former President of Ireland and UNHCR, Mary Robinson.

Bachelor Programs

  • College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland

    Acting

    EUR 20,408 Tuition Fee

    This is a three-year, full-time, intensive honours degree for anyone who is serious about acting and wants to become an actor. The structure and contents of this degree have been designed in consultation with the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London and consists of a practical skill based course that enables students to learn by doing. The UK and Ireland’s leading theatre practitioners form the core panel of teachers within The Lir Academy and a number of visiting international directors, actors, playwrights and producers are regularly scheduled to take workshops, manage projects and lend their expertise to the learning experience. Students will be taught in acting technique, voice, movement, and singing, as well as complementary classes in dramaturgy and text analysis, over nine semesters (three per annum) and over three years.

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    Ancient and medieval history and culture

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Ancient and Medieval History and Culture concentrates on the period c. 2000 B.C. to c. 1500 A.D. It explores the changes in society, politics, religious practices, and art and architecture that have helped to shape the world we live in. Over the four years of the programme you will explore topics including the development of different systems of government (from democracy in ancient Greece to monarchy and empire in the Middle Ages), the formation of Europe, ancient and medieval belief systems and religious practices (from the pantheon of ancient deities to the dominance of Christianity), the development of the legal system, and the role of warfare in bringing about change. You will have the opportunity to explore developments in educational practices including the emergence of the university, changing attitudes to gender, sexuality and the place of women in society, and the different styles of European art and architecture used in the period.

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    Ancient history and archaeology

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Ancient History and Archaeology must be combined with one other Two Subject Moderatorship (TSM) subject. An honours degree is awarded in both subjects.Ancient History and Archaeology are both concerned with understanding social, political and cultural experience in the past. This course offers you the opportunity to range across these two broad disciplines. You will study the Greek and Roman worlds by working with historical and literary documents alongside the material remains of ancient sites and artefacts. All material is studied in translation and no knowledge of Greek or Latin is required, but there are opportunities to take introductory modules in the languages.

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    Bachelor in Business Studies

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Business is about creating value from the co-ordinated efforts of people and resources. Making money is just one of the many types of value people create through organising. Organising takes many forms: corporations, start-ups, family businesses, nonprofits, government agencies etc. The study of business requires a broad understanding of how human beings apply their skills, networks, knowledge and creativity to problems and opportunities in the world around them – and how they shape that world through their efforts to compete and collaborate over time.

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    Biochemistry

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Biochemistry deals with the structure and function of the building blocks of life, such as proteins, lipids and nucleic acids, and how these various components work together in living organisms. Biochemists have developed key technologies and instruments that are used widely in the life and medical sciences. Indeed, biochemistry is an integral part of medicine and helps us understand the molecular basis of disease and disorders. Consequently, biochemistry is concerned with the development of new therapeutics. All major pharmaceutical companies invest heavily in biochemistry to help aid their development of new drugs for cancer, infectious diseases and other pathological conditions. Biochemistry is also an essential component of biotechnology, where processes for the production of foods and fuels, and enzymes and other proteins are developed.

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    Biomedical Engineering

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Biomedical engineering is at the intersection of engineering, the life sciences and healthcare. Biomedical engineers take principles from applied science (including mechanical, electrical, chemical and computer engineering) and physical sciences (including physics, chemistry and mathematics) and apply them to biology and medicine. Although the human body is a more complex system than even the most sophisticated machine, many of the same concepts that go into building and programming a machine can be applied to biological structures and diagnostic and therapeutic tools. The goal is to better understand, replace or fix a target system to ultimately improve the quality of healthcare.

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    Business Studies and French

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    The programme offers an exciting way of learning about business concepts, theories and models, in a variety of subject areas, as well as getting to grips in an in-depth and comprehensive manner with another country’s language, its society, culture and business environment. Over its four years, the third of which is spent studying and working abroad, the course simultaneously broadens and deepens your academic command of business theories and practices and develops your linguistic competence

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    Business Studies and German

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    The programme offers an exciting way of learning about business concepts, theories and models, in a variety of subject areas, as well as getting to grips in an in-depth and comprehensive manner with another country’s language, its society, culture and business environment. Over its four years, the third of which is spent studying and working abroad, the course simultaneously broadens and deepens your academic command of business theories and practices and develops your linguistic competence.

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    Business Studies and Polish

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    The programme offers an exciting way of learning about business concepts, theories and models, in a variety of subject areas, as well as getting to grips in an in-depth and comprehensive manner with another country’s language, its society, culture and business environment. Over its four years, the third of which is spent studying and working abroad, the course simultaneously broadens and deepens your academic command of business theories and practices and develops your linguistic competence.

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    Business Studies and Spanish

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    The programme offers an exciting way of learning about business concepts, theories and models, in a variety of subject areas, as well as getting to grips in an in-depth and comprehensive manner with another country’s language, its society, culture and business environment. Over its four years, the third of which is spent studying and working abroad, the course simultaneously broadens and deepens your academic command of business theories and practices and develops your linguistic competence.

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    Business, Economic and Social Studies

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    B.E.S.S. is a uniquely flexible degree programme offering you 10 different degree options across the disciplines of Business, Economics, Political Science and Sociology. It provides students with a broad education, allowing them to opt for either a single honour or joint honour degree. It also offers a high level of flexibility in two very important ways: from the second year onwards students are allowed to (a) choose the specific degree they wish to take and, (b) choose individual modules within their chosen degree path. Students, therefore, have an opportunity to adjust their study programmes in accordance with their academic results, interests, aptitudes and emerging career aspirations.

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    Catholic Theological Studies

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Catholic Theological Studies (TSM) must be combined with one other Two Subject Moderatorship subject. An honours degree isawarded in both subjects.Theology is a fascinating and vital subject that challenges students to reflect critically about God, human existence, the world we live in and the role of religion in our lives. The Catholic theological tradition has been shaped by some of the greatest minds and movements, globally. It has influenced culture, art, literature and ethics in western thought, for centuries. The study of theology challenges students to think critically and holistically across a wide range of disciplines. It encourages students to think for themselves about the big questions of today and, it enables them to be at the cutting edge in contemporary engagement with these issues.You can study Catholic Theological Studies (CTS) as a single honours subject or combined with History / Italian / Irish / Philosophy as part of the Trinity TSM undergraduate arts degree.

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    Chemistry

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Chemistry is a creative science that is used to develop everything from new materials for superconductors and new batteries, to new drug molecules for the pharmaceutical industry. Without it, many modern science disciplines, such as materials science, molecular biology and environmental science, would not be possible.

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    Chemistry with Molecular Modelling

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Chemistry with Molecular Modelling is a chemistry-based creative-science course (see TR071 Chemistry) that is used to develop everything from new materials such as superconductors for new batteries, to a new drug molecule for the pharmaceutical industry. Without it, many modern science disciplines such as materials science, molecular biology and environmental science would not be possible. Chemistry with Molecular Modelling embeds computer-modelling techniques and how they can be applied to understand and explore chemistry.

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    Civil, structural, and environmental engineering

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering is a very diverse and broad discipline. It offers graduates the chance to work in many different areas, including designing transport systems, looking after the environment, constructing new buildings and bridges and creating the infrastructure on which society depends. Therefore, civil engineers are involved in every aspect of our lives. The skills needed to be a good civil engineer are a logical and systematic approach, good problem-solving and creative abilities, backed up by a mathematical and scientific mind. In addition to these skills a civil engineer needs to be imaginative and inquisitive.

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    Classical Civilisation

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Classical Civilisation (TSM) must be combined with one other Two Subject Moderatorship subject. An honours degree is awarded in both subjects.The study of Classical Civilisation is concerned with the literature, thought and culture of Ancient Greece and Rome. Through the examination and contextualisation of literary works and the analysis of the main aspects of ancient history and art, you will develop a thorough knowledge of the classical world and a critical approach to Greek and Roman literature. All texts are studied in translation and no knowledge of Greek or Latin is required, but there are opportunities to study the languages at an introductory level.

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    Classical Languages

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Classical Languages (TSM) must be combined with one other TSM subject. An honours degree is awarded in both subjects.The study of Classical Languages is concerned with the language, literature and thought of either Ancient Greece or Ancient Rome. You will choose to study either Greek or Latin. Through the reading of literature in the original language and the examination of key aspects of ancient history, you will develop a thorough knowledge of the classical world and a critical approach to textual and material culture.

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    Classics

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    The study of Classics is concerned with the language, literature, history and thought of ancient Greece and Rome. Through the reading of literature in the original Greek and Latin and the examination of key aspects of ancient history, you will develop a thorough knowledge of the classical world and a critical approach to textual and material culture. If you have already studied either Greek or Latin at school, you can learn the other language as a beginner from your first year; if you have not studied either Greek or Latin previously, you can start with one language in the first year and with the other in the second year.

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    Clinical speech and language studies

    EUR 34,028 Tuition Fee

    To speak and write, to listen and learn, to be understood, the abilities most fundamental to human communication and interaction can be impaired by a wide range of conditions, from stroke to cerebral palsy, hearing impairment, learning disabilities, developmental delays, and autism. Speech and Language Therapists work with people of all ages and assess, diagnose and treat individuals with a variety of communication and swallowing disorders. Since communication and swallowing difficulties affect every aspect of a person’s life, the work of the speech and language therapist is multi-faceted and therapists work in a variety of settings, from schools to hospitals and other clinical settings.

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    Computer engineering

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    A computer engineer has mastered the necessary knowledge of mathematics and systems to tackle a whole range of real-world problems. Layered on top of these fundamentals is a set of specialist skills in computing that range from how a computer is designed and constructed to the application of computing power to solve a range of problems from social media to navigation, from medicine to space travel, and many more besides.

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    Computer Science

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Computer Science is concerned with the study of everything to do with computers and our relationship with them. Computer scientists are critical to the efficient running of modern societies, dealing with health, security, banking and finance, transportation, and now increasingly our interaction through social networks. Computing professionals, like their counterparts in medicine, law, engineering, accountancy and finance, deal with theoretical issues, solve complex problems, deal with matters of ethics and with society at large. Theoretical issues in computer science relate to the abstract notions of computation and information. The study of these issues leads, for example, to efficient and robust algorithms and to new programming languages. Applications of computer science range from artificial intelligence to health informatics, from computer animation and graphics to information security, and from social network sites to educational and training systems.

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    Computer science and business

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Computer Science is the professional discipline concerned with the study of everything to do with computers and our relationship with them. Computer scientists are critical to the efficient running of modern societies, dealing with health, security, banking and finance, transportation, and now increasingly our interaction through social networks. The computer science subjects will build upon your problem solving, logical and mathematical skills and challenge you to develop a deep understanding of the science of computers.The business subjects will build on your knowledge of businesses and your understanding of the role of business in society. Computer Science and the networked environment are core issues at the forefront of development in many fields of business, and the combination of computer science and business management is designed to produce graduates who not only understand the latest computer science applications but also have general business management skills, including marketing, organisational behaviour, human resources and finance.

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    Computer science and language

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    The Computer Science and Language (CSL) degree combines computer science with the mastery of a particular language (French, German or Irish) and with the study of linguistics, which is the scientific study of language in general and the associated technologies concerning language. The chosen language (French, German or Irish) is studied to degree level, with emphasis on aural, oral and written fluency.This course develops a unique combination of skills – technical, mathematical, analytical and communicative. In doing so, it provides two of the most sought after skills today: degree-level fluency in a second language and a degree in computing, opening up hosts of future career possibilities. Many of these careers also involve the third degree-level strand of the course – linguistics. Predictive text in telephones, automatic speech recognition in directory enquiries, and machine translation are just three examples of technologies that derive from computational linguistics; countless others are on the horizon.

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    Deaf Studies

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    The Centre for Deaf Studies in Trinity College affords students the opportunity to develop insights into, and genuine appreciation for the culture, contributions, and contemporary issues related to Deaf people in Ireland and worldwide. The undergraduate programme is the only one of its kind in Ireland. Irish Sign Language (ISL) is the indigenous language of the Deaf Community in Ireland and is the working language at the Centre for Deaf Studies.

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    Dental science

    EUR 39,263 Tuition Fee

    Dental Science is the study of the oral cavity and the diseases associated with oral tissues. This five-year programme is designed to ensure that graduates can safely and effectively deliver the full range of primary dental care, including prevention, diagnosis and treatment of oral and dental diseases. Treatment involves areas such as the restoration of damaged teeth, the correction of irregularities, the replacement of missing teeth and surgical procedures such as the removal of teeth. In recent years there has been an exponential advance in dental science with greater emphasis on preventing disease as well as the development of new, minimally invasive methods and materials for restoring teeth.

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    Dental technology

    EUR 15,458 Tuition Fee

    Dental technicians work in a laboratory which is usually remote from the dental clinic. Dental technicians work to the prescription of a dentist; they perform the laboratory aspects of dentistry – fabricating crowns and bridges, dentures, maxillofacial and orthodontic appliances, which are intended for use by the patient. Dental technicians have good manual dexterity skills and are required to work with different materials for the fabrication of the various appliances. Dental technology is changing with more emphasis on the use of CAD (Computer Aided Design)/CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) in the laboratory. The restoration of dental implants has also become more commonly part of the daily routine of a dental technician.

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    Drama and Theatre Studies

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Students in this course devote their full time to the history, theory, and practice of theatre and performance studies. It is particularly appropriate for those who already have experience in community, school or youth theatre, and it includes considerable work in practical theatre activities.

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    Drama Studies

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Drama studies (TSM) cannot be studied as a single honor course. It must be combined with one other Two Subject Moderatorshipsubject. An honours degree is awarded in both subjects.The TSM course explores theatre and drama, mainly from a theoretical and historical perspective. It combines library-based courses with training in critical and analytical skills. While it follows a similar format to its single honour equivalent – Drama and Theatre Studies – the practical content is limited in the first two years, but allows for the taking of practical modules in third and fourth years.

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    Early and Modern Irish

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Early Irish can be studied either in combination with one other subject as part of a two-subject moderatorship (TSM) programme or in the single honour Early and Modern Irish programme (TR022).Early Irish is the language in use in Ireland from the earliest period for which there are records up to the year 1200. The course covers the language and literature from the emergence of writing at the arrival of Christianity in Ireland to the production of the great saga manuscripts of the twelfth century.

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    Early Irish

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Early Irish can be studied either in combination with one other subject or as part of a two-subject moderatorship (TSM) programme or in the single honour Early and Modern Irish programme (TR022). Early Irish is the language in use in Ireland from the earliest period for which there are records up to the year 1200. The course covers the language and literature from the emergence of writing at the arrival of Christianity in Ireland to the production of the great saga manuscripts of the twelfth century.

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    Earth sciences

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Earth Sciences combines the study of geography, geology, environmental science, chemistry and physics, to provide a complete understanding of how the Earth works. It is centred on the concept of Earth System Science which views the planet as a complex system of interconnected parts and considers the flows of matter and energy operating within and between these components. The changes occurring within and among elements of the Earth system, along with the role that humans play as part of this process, are key topics of study.

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    Economics

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Economics (TSM) must be combined with one other TSM subject. An honours degree is awarded in both subjects.Any society has to address the problem of how and what to produce for its material survival, and how the goods and services that are produced should be distributed among its population. Economists explore how people and institutions behave and function when producing, exchanging and using goods and services. Economists’ main motivation is to find mechanisms that encourage efficiency in the production and use of material goods and resources, while at the same time producing a pattern of income distribution that society finds acceptable.

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    Electronic and computer engineering

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Organising both hardware (electronic) and software (computer) components into a useful and productive system is the principal job of the electronic and computer engineer. With a unique combination of both skill-sets, such an engineer is trained to make design decisions that achieve the best results.

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    Electronic engineering

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Electronic Engineering involves the use of electricity to perform a wide range of functions and the application of these functions to improve the quality of our lives.The role of the electronic engineer is to devise suitable circuits and systems for the acquisition, storage, processing and transmission of low-power electronic signals as information-bearing electrical entities.

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    Engineering

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Engineering is about being creative in technical problem solving. Engineers make things possible by using mathematical and scientific principles together with analytical and design skills. They tackle existing problems by developing new solutions through innovative technologies. They also expand the frontiers of society by developing advanced materials, sustainable energy systems, construction technologies, transport systems, biomedical devices and telecommunications infrastructure.

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    Engineering with Management

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Engineering with Management is concerned with the analysis, design, improvement, installation and management of integrated systems of people, finance, materials and equipment. It draws upon specialised knowledge in the principles and methods of engineering analysis and design, together with a number of disciplines such as the management of people, finances, production, project management and communications. Our graduates have the technical skills common to all excellent engineers, with this knowledge augmented by an understanding of the commercial and industrial environment and the ability to generate innovative solutions to the problems of the world.

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    English literature

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    English Literature (TSM) must be combined with one other Two Subject Moderatorship subject. An honours degree is awarded in both subjects.English Literature covers a broad range of literatures written in the English language, from Chaucer to the present day. The aim of the course is to help students acquire a thorough knowledge of the history of differing literatures while also enabling them to develop a sophisticated critical consciousness and an awareness of critical and cultural theory.While TSM students cover all the principal areas of literatures in English, the course is less extensive than that of the single honour programme, with less emphasis on the development of genres, and a greater concentration on the modern period (post-1400).

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    English studies

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    The study of English is concerned with the history and practices of writing in English and encompasses literary works spanning English, Anglo-Irish, American and postcolonial cultures. It aims to develop a thorough knowledge of the history of these literatures while also enabling students to develop a sophisticated critical consciousness and an awareness of critical and cultural theory. Compared to English Literature (TSM) students, English Studies students study literature in terms of developing genres (Poetry, the Novel, Theatre) and they also cover a longer historical range, including literature from before 1400.

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    Environmental sciences

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Environmental Science is the study of the various interactions between the biological, chemical and physical components of our environment with special emphasis on the human influences on these components. Environmental scientists have training that is similar to other physical or life scientists, but is specifically applied to the environment.

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    European Studies

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    European Studies is a broad-ranging and integrated programme that offers students the chance to learn European languages, and also to study history and social sciences. This programme encourages students to think about our Continent in all its complexity, and to analyse Europe’s cultures, literature, and politics.

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    Film Studies

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Film studies (TSM) must be combined with one other Two Subject Moderatorship subject. An honours degree is awarded in both subjects. What makes a horror film horrifying? Why did the introduction of sound change film forever? What is a digital story world? Why did the Quiet Man come to Ireland? These and many more are the questions that Film Studies asks students to consider. More than that, we invite you to pick up a camera and put the theory you have acquired into practice. Can you put the ideas you have grappled with in the classroom to the test and make a short film informed by critical concepts and a fresh vision of the world around you?

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    French

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    French (TSM) cannot be studied as a single honor course. It must be combined with one other subject within the Two-subject moderatorship (TSM) programme. TSM is a joint honor programme. An honors degree is awarded in both subjects.French is a major world language, with a rich cultural and intellectual heritage. Knowledge of the French language and its literature opens up a world of opportunities to those who study them. French is an official working language of many international organisations (UN, OECD, NATO, etc.) and as such plays a decisive role in world affairs. French studies also develop highly sought-after transferable skills - excellent writing and oral communication abilities, critical thinking, extensive analytical skills - across a range of sectors (the creative industries, public service, tourism, publishing, interpreting, teaching, journalism, broadcasting, the Diplomatic Service, to name but a few). Not only is the study of French language, literature, history, politics and philosophy a hugely enriching intellectual experience, but it also leaves graduates very well placed to succeed in a wide range of professional contexts.

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    Functional Biology

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Comparative Biology involves the study of how different complex organisms (animals and plants) function; how their anatomy and physiology are specialised for their fitness and survival. Many of the mechanisms organisms use for survival are shared across species, so a comparative approach reveals key functional principles.Comparative Biology provides a broad education in the comparative physiology of animals and plants. It integrates physiology, developmental biology and genetics approaches to understanding how organisms function.

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    Genetics

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Genetics is the study of genes, genomes and heredity. It has developed rapidly in the last decade as new technology has made it possible to study genes in much greater detail and to rapidly sequence genomes.

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    Geography

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Geography (TSM) is a joint honors degree that allows students to choose two subjects and study both to honors degree level.Geography is the study of Earth’s landscapes, peoples, places and environments. Fundamentally it is about the world in which we live. Geography offers a 21st century education by uniquely bridging the social sciences (human geography) with the natural sciences (physical geography). Human geography focuses on understanding the dynamics of cultures, societies and economies, while physical geography focuses on understanding the dynamics of physical landscapes. In Trinity, a Geography degree also covers increasingly important environmental issues where humans affect physical environments and vice versa.

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    Geology

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Geology is the study of the earth, its processes, its materials, its life, and how these have changed over 4.567?billion years of time. Information gathered by geoscientists helps us understand the changing climate, predict earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, find supplies of fossil fuels and mineral ores, maintain clean air and water, understand the motion of the earth’s crust and oceans, and reconstruct the evolution of the rocky planets and life.

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    German

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    German (TSM) must be combined with one other Two Subject Moderatorship subject. An honours degree is awarded in both subjects.German is spoken by some 100?million Europeans. Contemporary Germany is the geographical and cultural link between east and west and the largest economy in an increasingly integrated Europe. Studying German at an in-depth level is, therefore, an excellent preparation for the world of work and is likely to make you highly employable. Modern Germany is a society in transition, more and more ethnically diverse, and engaged in lively debate about its own past and about its political, social and economic responsibilities in Europe and the world. Germany’s history has been rich, dynamic and troubled, and this history shapes the contemporary society and culture in countless ways. Reflection on and critical engagement with these experiences have been central to German writing and thought since the earliest times, and remain very much so today. All these factors make studying German exciting and challenging.

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    History

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    History is about people. Studying History means studying lives lived, and ideas thought and expressed in times and places often very different from our own. History embraces everything from the rise and fall of empires or the birth of new ideologies to the contrasting everyday lives of people in a whole range of settings, across time and across the globe. Studying History means developing critical skills, learning to express your ideas and arguments clearly, and becoming self-directed in your studies

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    History and Political Science

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    History is about people. Studying History means studying lives lived, and ideas thought and expressed in times and places often very different from our own. History embraces everything from the rise and fall of empires or the birth of new ideologies to the contrasting everyday lives of people in a whole range of settings, across time and across the globe. Political Science is the study of governments, public policies and political behaviours. Politics affects us all in our daily lives. It’s easy to think of issues that we all have opinions about. Should government tax the rich for greater equality? Should it introduce ‘green taxes’ in order to protect the environment? How high a priority should development aid be?.

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    History of Art and Architecture

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    History of Art and Architecture (TSM) must be combined with one other Two-Subject Moderatorship subject. An honours degree is awarded in both subjects.History of Art and Architecture is about the study of images, objects and buildings. It is unique in developing high levels of visual literacy applicable to a range of career pathways. It explores why works of art look the way they do and seeks to discover what they say about the societies that created them. It develops skills in visual analysis, critical assessment, and communication. Direct experience of objects, artworks, and buildings is fundamental to the discipline and Dublin’s impressive collections of paintings and sculpture, together with its rich architectural heritage provide an ideal basis for study. Students do not need any previous knowledge of art history or any practical skill in art to take this course.

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    Human genetics

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Human Genetics is the study of genes – or heredity – in humans. It examines the effects of these genes on both individuals and societies. It has developed rapidly in the last decade as new technology has made it possible to study genes in much greater detail and to rapidly sequence the genomes of humans and other species.

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    Human Health and Disease

    EUR 21,648 Tuition Fee

    The Human Health and Disease degree trains students for work in the field of biomedical research.It brings to life the fascinating connections between structure and function in the human body and explores the health and disease continuum in detail, including teaching on how medical therapies act to treat or even prevent disease. As an example, understanding brain structure and biochemistry allows us to appreciate how neurons communicate and this in turn is helping biomedical researchers and clinicians to identify new and effective ways to treat and prevent diseases such as dementia.

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    Human nutrition and dietetics

    EUR 19,886 Tuition Fee

    This four-year full-time course is run jointly by the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) and Trinity. Students are registered in both institutions. The course is designed to provide an integrated education in the science of nutrition and practice of dietetics and their application to human health and wellbeing, at both individual and community level.

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    Immunology

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Immunology is the study of the immune system. The immune system has evolved to protect our bodies against infection and cancer and involves the coordinated activities of specialised cells, molecules and genes to orchestrate an immune response. Immunology is one of the most rapidly growing research areas in biology and has been shown to have a fundamental role in almost all disease states. Understanding how the immune system works has led to the development of new therapeutics, e.g. antibodies, for the specific treatment of diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis. In addition, we can now harness the immune system such that it can help to fight against infection and cancer. Many pharmaceutical companies have substantial immunology programmes.

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    Information Systems

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    If you wish to work in ICT or advance your career as a senior professional or manager in ICT, this flexible two-year honors degree course is for you. You will be equipped to engage in demanding roles in all sectors of the IT industry, in business and in government. Our graduates include system architects, project managers, developers, software engineers, and specialists in support, quality assurance and other areas of ICT.

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    Integrated Children's and General Nursing

    EUR 20,518 Tuition Fee

    The role of the nurse is to provide evidence-based, culturally-sensitive care in order to assist the individual to lead an independent healthy lifestyle, overcome ill health or experience a peaceful death. The nurse achieves this through working as part of a professional multidisciplinary team to provide primary health care, acute hospital care, community and home and continuing care, based on individual and population health needs across the lifespan.

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    Italian

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Italian (TSM) must be combined with one other Two-Subject Moderatorship subject. An honours degree is awarded in both subjects.Having played a key role in shaping European civilisation, Italy is today one of the world’s most dynamic economies, famous for style, design and innovation. It has a turbulent history and a great literature. If you want to gain an in-depth knowledge of Italy’s people and culture, this course gives you the chance to develop your interests across a broad range. We will help you master the language, too; you can even start Italian as a complete beginner. There is close contact between students of Italian and staff. You will receive individual attention and you are encouraged to discuss your progress at all times.

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    Jewish and Islamic civilisations

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Jewish and Islamic Civilisations (TSM) must be combined with one other Two- Subject Moderatorship subject. An honours degree is awarded in both subjects.Judaism and Islam have been deeply influential in the development of European, Middle Eastern, North African and North American societies. Jewish and Islamic Civilisations is the study of their historical origins and cultures, providing students with an insight into the challenges of diversity and multiculturalism in an increasingly globalised world.

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    Law

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Law is an exciting, dynamic subject, one which evolves constantly. It governs every aspect of our lives, from food labelling and football transfers to elections and crime. The study of law involves learning legal rules, interpreting, applying and critiquing legal principles. This requires the development of the skills of argument and advocacy as well as critical analysis and reasoning.

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    Law and Business

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    In our global economy, businesses now deal with more complex issues concerning government regulations and international trade policies. Conversely, the law has had to grapple with constantly evolving commercial organisations and business practices. With the growth in the size of legal practices and the expansion of the work of the legal profession into areas of mergers, acquisitions and taxation, the work of legal graduates and business graduates has blended in many aspects. This joint degree aims to give students a firm grounding in the disciplines of law and business and to develop a critical understanding of both the legal framework of business activity and the economic and commercial context in which law operates.

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    Law and French

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    With continuing European integration and increasing globalisation, there is a need for lawyers with a transnational education. The Law and French and Law and German degree courses satisfy these needs as students graduate with a grounding in Irish law and fluency in a second European language. Graduates will also have a thorough knowledge of the legal system of France or Germany, and have a real insight and knowledge of the general culture, political, economic and sociological make-up of France or Germany. The Law and a Language programmes are taught in collaboration with the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies.

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    Law and German

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    With continuing European integration and increasing globalisation, there is a need for lawyers with a transnational education. The Law and French and Law and German degree courses satisfy these needs as students graduate with a grounding in Irish law and fluency in a second European language. Graduates will also have a thorough knowledge of the legal system of France or Germany, and have a real insight and knowledge of the general culture, political, economic and sociological make-up of France or Germany. The Law and a Language programmes are taught in collaboration with the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies.

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    Law and Political science

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    The two disciplines of Law and Political Science are intrinsically linked and directly impact every aspect of our daily lives. The role and power of the constitution and judiciary, human rights and international law, the impact of the EU and Irish law are best understood when both subjects are considered. This course provides the opportunity to learn about Law and Political Science and better understand their relation to each other.

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    Management science and information systems studies

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Students learn how to use techniques from disciplines such as business, mathematics, computer science, statistics and management science to solve real world problems. There is also a firm emphasis on interpersonal skills such as verbal communication, interviewing, teamwork and report writing.The primary objective of the M.S.I.S.S. programme is to produce graduates who are both business and computer literate and who have a solid understanding of how to approach and solve practical problems using a variety of tools and techniques. The emphasis in M.S.I.S.S. is on building up analytical skills, flexibility and creative thinking.

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    Mathematics

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Mathematics (TSM) must be combined with one other subject within the two-subject moderatorship programme. TSM is a joint honour programme. An honours degree is awarded in both subjects.Mathematics is a broad and diverse subject which is used to model, analyse and understand several applications in the physical and biological sciences, engineering, management science, economics and finance. Its numerous applications are naturally interwoven with the underlying theory which is essential in developing one’s logical reasoning, quantitative skills and problem-solving techniques.

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    Mechanical and manufacturing engineering

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    This is often seen as the broadest of all engineering qualifications as the skills required range from mathematics and electronics to metal fatigue and fluid mechanics. Nearly all machines used in everyday life – from the car or washing machine to the most complex aircraft or electricity supply plant to the tiniest surgical instrument – have required the skills of a mechanical engineer. Every industrial plant or manufacturing operation relies on a mechanical engineer for its smooth running and efficiency.Mechanical engineers are involved in design, testing, inspection and manufacture of mechanical devices and components. As a mechanical engineer you will work as a professional using technology to make the world a better, safer place.

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    Medicinal chemistry

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Medicinal chemists are the creative talent behind the modern pharmaceutical industry. As well as being expert chemists, they have extensive knowledge of molecular design, drug synthesis and the biological function of drugs.

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    Medicine

    EUR 39,263 Tuition Fee

    Medicine is a unique course in that students study a broad range of subjects with the overarching objective of understanding the science and practice of healing. In today’s world, medicine and the practice of healthcare are constantly evolving as new knowledge and therapies emerge to maintain and restore health through the prevention and treatment of illness. Each day brings a new patient with new challenges.

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    Microbiology

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Microbiology is the study of the structures and life processes of micro-organisms (such as bacteria, protists, fungi and viruses) together with their activities and effects, beneficial and detrimental, on plants, animals, man and the environment. It also studies the control of these effects and the harnessing of microbial processes for applications in biotechnology. A microbiologist is a versatile scientist and studies microbes at both cellular and molecular levels, using a wide range of techniques, and will also be proficient in microbial biochemistry and genetics.

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    Middle Eastern and European Languages and Cultures

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    The degree in Middle Eastern and European Languages and Cultures gives students a unique opportunity to study the history, culture and one language of the Middle East (Arabic, Hebrew, Turkish) combined with a choice of a European language (French, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian, Polish) and its history and culture. In this course students explore diverse perspectives on Middle Eastern and European societies through a study of history, literature and identity politics. The skills and in-depth knowledge acquired in this course prepare students to engage critically with, and contribute to, current discussions about the cultures, histories and religious affairs of the Middle East and their relationship with European societies as well as Europe’s millennia-long history of engagement with this region.

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    Midwifery

    EUR 20,518 Tuition Fee

    The term ‘midwife’ means ‘with woman’. As a midwife, you will be helping women and their families at one of the most crucial times of their lives, supporting the woman during pregnancy, childbirth and the post-natal period. Midwives play a vital role in promoting and maintaining health, facilitating normal childbirth and helping women make informed choices about their care.

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    Modern Irish

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Is féidir Nua-Ghaeilge a dhéanamh i dteannta le hábhar eile sa Mhodhnóireacht Dhá Ábhar (TR001) nó i dteannta le Luath-Ghaeilge sa Mhodhnóireacht aon-onóra (EMI TR022). Sa dá chóras seo déantar staidéar ar an dá ábhar ar feadh trí bliana agus roghnaítear ceann amháin den dá ábhar don cheathrú bliain. Bronntar céim onóra sa dá ábhar.

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    Molecular medicine

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Molecular medicine is a new area of study that explores the revolutionary advances in disease diagnosis, therapy and prevention brought about by bio-molecular research and aims to demonstrate how basic science is translated from ‘theory to treatment.’ Key areas of focus include cancer, neuroscience, genetics, microbiology and immunology. It provides students with a distinct perspective on modern-day science and an appreciation for the importance of basic and clinical research in future drug discoveries.

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    Music

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Music (TSM) must be combined with one other Two- Subject Moderatorship subject. An honours degree is awarded in both subjects.Music is a discipline that stretches back to the ancient world. One of the seven original liberal arts, music maintains a place in the University as a subject of broad and passionate interest to composers, sound artists, musicologists, performers, technologists, and theorists.

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    Music Education

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    The Bachelor in Music Education provides for the academic, artistic and professional requirements of those wishing to become music teachers at secondary school level (including Northern Ireland). Not all graduates choose to teach however. Some, on graduation, study performance, some conducting, and some composition and quite a few pursue postgraduate courses in the media and in the music business.

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    Nanoscience, physics and chemistry of advanced materials

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    The ability to create new technologies or functional devices would not be possible without mastering advanced materials at the nanoscale. New methods of fabricating/interacting with such nanostructures is what nanoscience is all about. Nanoscience incorporates applications in energy, photonics, medical diagnostics, ultra-fast electronics and many other areas. These include superconductors, polymers, lasers and optoelectronics, and affect industries such as electronics, telecommunications, healthcare and even airlines. Nanodevices may behave in surprising ways, unlike miniaturised versions of macroscopic devices. Making devices smaller by approaching the nanoscale can reduce energy costs, while increasing speed or adding functionality. Further energy conversion and storage are important research fields of advanced materials.

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    Neuroscience

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Neuroscience is the discipline concerned with the scientific study of the nervous system in health and disease. It probes the intricate processes of the nervous system in an attempt to understand how we think, move, perceive, learn and remember. Research in the neurosciences is of considerable importance in medicine, considering the debilitating and costly effects of neurological and psychiatric disease. In this regard, a major goal of modern neuroscience research is to elucidate the underlying causes, and to produce more effective treatments for major brain diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, Schizophrenia and Depression.

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    Nursing - General Nursing

    EUR 20,518 Tuition Fee

    The role of the nurse is to provide evidence-based, culturally-sensitive care in order to assist the individual to lead an independent healthy lifestyle, overcome ill health or experience a peaceful death. The nurse achieves this through working as part of a professional multidisciplinary team to provide primary health care, acute hospital care, community and home and continuing care, based on individual and population health needs across the lifespan.

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    Nursing - General Nursing Adelaide

    EUR 20,518 Tuition Fee

    The role of the nurse is to provide evidence-based, culturally-sensitive care in order to assist the individual to lead an independent healthy lifestyle, overcome ill health or experience a peaceful death. The nurse achieves this through working as part of a professional multidisciplinary team to provide primary health care, acute hospital care, community and home and continuing care, based on individual and population health needs across the lifespan.

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    Nursing - Intellectual Disability Nursing

    EUR 20,518 Tuition Fee

    The role of the nurse is to provide evidence-based, culturally-sensitive care in order to assist the individual to lead an independent healthy lifestyle, overcome ill health or experience a peaceful death. The nurse achieves this through working as part of a professional multidisciplinary team to provide primary health care, acute hospital care, community and home and continuing care, based on individual and population health needs across the lifespan.

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    Nursing - Mental Health Nursing

    EUR 20,518 Tuition Fee

    The role of the nurse is to provide evidence-based, culturally-sensitive care in order to assist the individual to lead an independent healthy lifestyle, overcome ill health or experience a peaceful death. The nurse achieves this through working as part of a professional multidisciplinary team to provide primary health care, acute hospital care, community and home and continuing care, based on individual and population health needs across the lifespan.

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    Occupational therapy

    EUR 21,648 Tuition Fee

    The main goal of occupational therapy is to enable people to participate in meaningful activities of everyday living, for example, self-care, work and leisure activities. By enabling people to engage in activities that hold meaning for them, occupational therapists aim to enable people to improve their day-to-day quality of life.

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    Pharmacy

    EUR 17,143 Tuition Fee

    Pharmacy is the study of all aspects of drugs, both natural and synthetic in origin, including their chemistry, their uses in medicines, and how they work within the body. Pharmacists work in a variety of settings – community pharmacies, hospitals, long-term care facilities, and within the pharmaceutical industry, to name just a few. In many respects, their role as a key healthcare professional is to help people achieve the best results from their medications.

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    Philosophy

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Philosophy (TSM) must be combined with one other Two-Subject Moderatorship subject. An honours degree is awarded in both subjects. Philosophy is an intellectually exciting discipline in which fundamental questions of human existence, value and society are examined, debated and challenged. Its methods are reason and argument and philosophy students are given the skills to reason and argue clearly, cogently and effectively. Rather than a body of doctrine, philosophy is a method or a way of approaching abstract general questions such as what is a good life, what is the fundamental nature of reality, what is the purpose (if any) of human existence?

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    Philosophy, Political Science, Economics and Sociology

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Philosophy, Political Science, Economics and Sociology, (P.P.E.S.) offers a coherent and integrated introduction to the study of social sciences and philosophy. It brings together some of the most important approaches to understanding society and, in doing so, develops skills for a whole range of future careers and activities. Central to the programme is the analysis of social and human phenomena through the lens of several complementary disciplines and analytical frameworks. By allowing a gradual specialisation over the course of the four-year degree programme, students ultimately obtain an excellent grounding in one, or at most two, of the disciplines which comprise the course.

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    Physics

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Physics is the study of the natural or material world and natural phenomena around us, including the fundamental particles of nature and their interactions, properties of atomic nuclei, atoms, molecules, gases and solid matter. It covers fields such as astrophysics, cosmology, and physics of materials. The laws of physics are the laws which govern electricity and magnetism in modern devices such as mobile phones, computers, the internet, radio and television, the mechanics of aviation and space flight, quantum mechanics underlying magnetic resonance imaging in medicine etc.

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    Physics and astrophysics

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Physics is the study of the natural or material world and natural phenomena around us, including the fundamental particles of nature and their interactions, properties of atomic nuclei, atoms, molecules, gases and solid matter. It covers fields such as astrophysics, cosmology, and physics of materials. The laws of physics are the laws which govern electricity and magnetism in modern devices such as mobile phones, computers, the internet, radio and television, the mechanics of aviation and space flight, quantum mechanics underlying magnetic resonance imaging in medicine etc.

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    Physiology

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Physiology is the study of life – it is the science of how cells work, how they co-operate in organs like the heart or brain and how these organs function together in the body as a whole. Knowing how the body works is essential for understanding how it goes wrong in sickness and disease, therefore physiology is the scientific basis of human and animal medicine.

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    Physiotherapy

    EUR 21,648 Tuition Fee

    Physiotherapy – or physical therapy – places full and functional movement at the heart of what it means to be healthy. It involves treating patients of all ages with a range of illnesses and conditions, including those with back and neck problems, sports injuries, arthritis, or those recovering from strokes and operations. The methods employed include exercise therapy, manipulative procedures, and a variety of electrical treatments.Physiotherapists may be part of a multidisciplinary medical team that includes physicians, nurses, speech and language therapists, psychologists, occupational therapists and social workers among others. Alternatively, they may work from clinics or specialise in particular areas of the discipline.

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    Plant sciences

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Plant Sciences is the scientific study of plants. These studies are pursued in the field, in the botanic garden and in laboratories. Plants range from the largest forest trees to single-celled algae of fresh and marine waters. The study of plants is of vital importance; they are the source of the food we eat, the oxygen we breathe, most of the medicines we use, and are core to the understanding of the processes of global climate change. Dealing with the threats from global climate change will be one of the biggest challenges of this century. Human manipulation of plants in the future will need to provide food and energy for an expanding human population, whilst conserving the biodiversity of living organisms and integrity of habitats.

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    Political Science and Geography

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    In a rapidly changing international economic, political, security and environmental context the tools of Political Science and Geography are becoming increasingly important to analyse global problems and provide policy solutions.The two disciplines have been associated through the sub-fields of political geography, which covers geographical differences in voting patterns, for example, and through geo-politics, which examines how the great powers influence other parts of the planet. Recent global changes, such as climate change, the refugee crisis in Europe, and separatist movements require an interdisciplinary understandings of socio-environmental issues. The course Political Science and Geography aims to provide the student with the interdisciplinary set of tools necessary to understand and address these growing challenges.

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    Psychology

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Psychology (TSM) must be combined with one other Two Subject Moderatorship subject. TSM is a joint honour programme. Psychology is the study of human behaviour and mental processes. It includes topics such as developmental psychology, perception, learning, motivation, cognitive processes, individual differences and social psychology, and has many of the features of a science course, such as practical work, statistical description and analysis of data and courses on the underlying physiology of the human brain.

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    Radiation therapy

    EUR 21,648 Tuition Fee

    Radiation therapy is one of the main methods used to treat patients with cancer. This course qualifies you to work as a radiation therapist – the health care professional who, together with the other multidisciplinary team members, is responsible for the preparation and delivery of a course of radiation therapy.

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    Russian

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Russian is the native language of nearly 150?million people and is one of Europe’s most important languages. Russia is a significant force in present-day geopolitics and a major player in the global economy, with ties both to Europe and to Asia, and beyond. Russian writers, musicians and artists have made a considerable contribution to European culture; Russian history has helped shape Europe as we know it today: exploring Russia’s past and present helps understand the interaction between Europe’s eastern and western traditions.

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    Science

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Science is about knowledge: the generation of knowledge through research and its acquisition through learning. Scientific investigation allows us to understand the world about us: how the physical world evolved since the Big Bang approximately 13.8 billion years ago; the nature of the chemical world; the origin of life and its evolution into the spectacular diversity and complexity of life forms that are evident today. Importantly, the application of scientific knowledge has led to world changing developments such as modern medicine, the mobile phone, the world-wide web and efficient methods of energy production. Moreover, as we acquire new knowledge, our understanding of the world changes which in turn leads to new and better applications. There is still much to discover and new applications to be developed. Do you want to contribute ?

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    Social Studies

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Social work is a profession concerned with supporting and helping people in a variety of situations and settings. People who use social work services include young and adult offenders, children, families, older people, people with mental and physical illness and disability, homeless people, unemployed people, ethnic groups, Travellers and people with drug and alcohol problems. Social work spans a wide variety of roles including counselling, group work, lobbying, advocacy and political activism. Social workers network with other professions such as gardaí, doctors, public health nurses and schools as well as service-user and advocacy networks. Ultimately, social work aims to support people to live more successfully, within their communities, by helping them to find solutions to their problems.

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    Sociology

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Sociology studies the interaction of people within social groups like families, schools and companies and how this shapes their behaviours and life chances. It explores questions such as: Why do migrants develop their cultural identities in different ways? How is privacy changing with the rise of digital technologies? How does a child’s family of origin shape their chances of educational success and future job? Do state rules and regulations represent and protect elite power? Sociology is foremost among the social sciences in its understanding of social change.

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    Sociology and Social Policy

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Sociology and Social Policy combines the study of social theory, social policy and social research. The programme aims to give you a thorough training in the systematic study of society and the social and economic policies utilised in different countries. At the end of your four years you should have developed both a general sociological understanding and specific expertise in various contemporary policy issues.

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    Spanish

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    Spanish (TSM) must be combined with one other Two-Subject Moderatorship subject. An honours degree is awarded in both subjects. Spain, currently one of Europe’s leading industrial nations, was in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries the foremost Western power, and Spanish is the native language of over five hundred million people. In those countries – more than twenty – in which it is officially spoken, it is second only to English. Spanish is an exciting and growing area of study, having become the second language in the United States, an official language in the European Union, the African Union, and the United Nations, and the second most important language on the internet.

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    Stage Management and Technical Theatre

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    This three-year honours degree, offered for the first time in 2017 subject to academic approval, will replace the existing two-year Professional Diploma in Stage Management and Technical Theatre which has been offered by The Lir Academy since. This new degree course will continue to offer practice based training to students who are interested in a career in professional theatre, TV and film. It has been enhanced to provide increased opportunities in specialist areas within stage management and technical theatre (e.g. sound, lighting and construction), increased professional placements and a major research project relevant to a student’s choice of specialism. Classes on production management, design (set, lighting, costume and sound) and managing your own freelance business will also be introduced during the final year.

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    Theoretical physics

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Theoretical Physics explores the natural world at its most fundamental level, using mathematical theories guided by experimental investigation. For some it is the foundation for an academic career in mathematics or physics. For others it provides the basis for many career options in industry, medicine, law, finance and computing. Trinity provides a course which ranges widely across physics and mathematics. Its graduates are in demand for their technical skills and versatility.

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    World Religions and Theology

    EUR 18,223 Tuition Fee

    World Religions and Theology (TSM) must be combined with one other Two-Subject Moderatorship subject. Religion is a key theme of the 21st century, and World Religions and Theology offers a unique opportunity to approach it from different perspectives.This course explores theories of religion, the monotheistic religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, the religions of Asia and Africa, movements such as New Atheism, New Religious Movements and the interaction between religion and politics, science, or art.

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    Zoology

    EUR 23,783 Tuition Fee

    Zoology is the study of living animals and their relationship with their environment. As the need for an understanding of complex biosystems increases, integration is required across all levels of biological organisation – from molecules to the biosphere – and the diversity of species – from single-celled to multicellular organism. Modern Zoology naturally provides this integration, and our programme offers courses that focus upon important themes of environmental and medical biology.

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