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University College Dublin

University College Dublin

Ireland, Dublin

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Overview

UCD is a highly ranked university in the QS World University Rankings 2023 and has strong connections with numerous multinational companies in Dublin, offering great internship and career options for students studying there.

Global Ranking

Ranked 181 worldwide

Global Ranking

Ranked 181 worldwide

What makes this university special?

UCD is currently ranked within the top 1% of higher education institutions world-wide

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Partnerships

Most universities in Ireland have partnerships with different companies and organisations to ensure their students get enough professional training as students. In addition to increasing their students' chances to get hired by one of the universities. University College Dublin has partnerships with the following companies:

IBMMicrosoftCiscoIntelDeloitteGSKKPMGGoogleErnst & Young (EY)Pfizer
IBMMicrosoftCiscoIntelDeloitteGSKKPMGGoogleErnst & Young (EY)Pfizer

Requirements

Most universities take into consideration the academic and linguistic qualifications of students to assess their ability to do well in college. However, these requirements might change depending on the program and the student’s profile. Other requirements might be requested like a CV, portfolio, Work experience and others. Below are the main academic and linguistic requirements at University College Dublin:

Academic

Academic requirements differ from one course to another. It depends on the country where your degree was obtained. For precise and update to date requirements, please contact us

City

Dublin is the capital city of Ireland, settled by Danish Vikings in the 9th century and taken over by Irish in the 11th century. It is home to educational and cultural institutions such as the University of Dublin and the National Library and National Museum at Leinster House.

Campus

University College Dublin is a research-intensive European university, offering undergraduate, masters, PhD, research, innovation, and community engagement.

Students life and activities

There are plenty of student groups, initiatives, and associations that offer various activities for the student to enjoy their experience and easily integrate into the community. Below are the main activity you can enjoy in University College Dublin

Volleyball

Volleyball

Basketball

Basketball

Rugby

Rugby

Badminton

Badminton

Tennis

Tennis

Support

Adapting to university life can be challenging for any student. Plenty of support services are available for international students to get the best from their time at the university. Professionals are available for students to consult and talk to. They offer practical advice and support throughout your time at University.

Accommodation

Finding the right type of accommodation for you is the best way to ensure that your academic experience is a pleasant one. Two types of accommodation are available for students:

Types of accommodations

University accommodation

Our partner university provides housing options directly to the student and we guide them through the booking process (room selection, contract signing and payment). independent housing options exist too.

Family host

Host families provide a safe and welcoming environment, and support and often help to bridge the cultural gap that students experience.

Living expenses

The average living costs for a student living in Dublin is estimated by €2,305 per month.

Cost breakdown per month

Food

Restaurant
34$

Grocery
30$

Transportation

Bus
129$

Entertainment

Cinema & Fitness
61$

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