Every undergraduate student is assigned a ‘Tutor’ – a lecturer who provides confidential personal and academic advice and support to students throughout their years in the university. Tutors assist students with any difficulties, listen to their concerns and help them to get the most out of their time while studying. Trinity College Dublin is the only university in Ireland to offer this system of student care.
Trinity College Dublin is a research-led university, where teaching is delivered by world-class researchers and enriched by their discoveries and advances. The university is committed to changing the world, with a strategy for global impact in the following dynamic research areas: International Integration; Culture and Creative Arts; Materials and Intelligent Systems; Biosciences and Translational Research; and Transport, Energy and Environment.
Support Services at TCD
At the heart of the university’s activities is the commitment to the intellectual and personal development of all of its students. There are many different forms of support provided in Trinity College Dublin:
Accommodation at TCD
A large number of rooms are available for non-EU full degree students at the university residence at Trinity Hall, which is located in Dartry, a quiet safe suburb, 4 kilometres from the city centre and easily accessible from the university by bus and LUAS (tram). Trinity Hall is a large, friendly complex with its own Junior Common Room that organises many social activities and outings. It accommodates over 1,000 students in shared, single or twin apartments.
Application for all Trinity College Dublin accommodation is made online. In order to apply you must have your Trinity College Student ID number. Once you have been accepted, you will receive an official letter of offer which will include this number. Please note that you may not apply online until you have accepted your place.