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Trinity College Dublin

Ireland’s oldest university, Trinity College Dublin is as much a national institution as a university. Located in the heart of Dublin’s city centre on 47 acres, the Trinity campus merges classical European architecture and modern state of the art design.

Trinity is particularly well known for its library which houses the Book of Kells, written in 800A.D and attracts thousands of visitors every year for this reason alone. The library contains nearly five million books; making it Ireland’s largest by some distance.

Trinity is also well known for its long running student newspaper Trinity News.

The annual Trinity Ball is one of the best student nights in Europe, let alone Dublin, and highly recommended. Artists such as Babyshambles, Groove Armada, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Mark Ronson have played the gig in the past and 2009 promises to be spectacular as it is the 50th Trinity Ball.
There are three main faculties in TCD, comprised of 23 schools.

Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
The faculty of Arts, Humanities and the Social Sciences is Trinity’s largest Faculty with nearly 5,000 students. The majority of the schools in the Arts faculty are located in the Arts building in UCD with some exceptions.

The School of Business is located in Aras an Phiarsaigh on the main trinity campus on College Green, which translates as Pearse’s house , named after the leader of the 1916 uprising against British rule in Ireland. The school can be contacted at business@tcd.ie

The prestigious School of Drama, Film and Music in TCD is in The Samuel Beckett Centre
again on the main Trinity campus. A famous UCD alumnus Samuel Beckett won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1969 and wrote several significant works of which Waiting for Godot is the most renowned. The school can be emailed at fthackab@tcd.ie and their website is http://www.tcd.ie/drama-film-music/
The following schools are all located in the main Trinity Arts building;
School of Education, English, History
School of Languages, Literature
School of Law
School of Linguistic, Speech and Communications Sciences
School of Psychology
School of Social Sciences and Philosophy
School of Social Work and Social Policy
School of Religions, Theology and Ecumenics

Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics and Science
The School of Computer Science and Statistics is based in the O'Reilly Institute, built in 1989 by Tony O’ Reilly and named after his parents. It has an excellent reputation and receives a great deal of research funding. www.scss.tcd.ie
School of Engineering is housed in the famous Museum Building, Trinity College which is over 150 years old.
School of Biochemistry and Immunology
The following schools are all on the main Trinity campus;
School of Genetics and Microbiology
School of Mathematics
School of Chemistry
School of Natural Sciences School of Physics

Faculty of Health Sciences
The Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences is Colm O Morain.
The School of Dental Science’s Dublin Dental School & Hospital, which is an incorporate of Trinity, is on Lincoln Place in the city centre.
The School of Medicine is based in Trinity itself.
The School of Nursing and Midwifery is housed in the historic "Gas Building", 24 D'Olier Street.
The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is located in the Panoz Institute.

Homepage: www.tcd.ie

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