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Course duration & fees

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Courses1st Year Tuition FeesDuration & Eligibility
B.A.(38 courses)
INR 18 L - 24 L
Duration4 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 & Above, TOEFL: 90 & Above, PTE: 63 & Above
MBA/PGDM(1 course)
INR 17 L
Duration12 months
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 & Above, TOEFL: 88 & Above, PTE: 63 & Above
MIM(1 course)
INR 17 L
Duration12 months
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 & Above, TOEFL: 88 & Above, PTE: 63 & Above

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TCD Humanities & Social Sciences
Students Ratings & Reviews

4.1/5
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Vibe of Campus
  • Academically oriented
  • Multi-dimensional
  • Friendly
  • Liberal
Student Views
  • 44% students never faced discrimination in this university
Internships3.8
Part time work3.8
Post study jobs4.1
Quality of faculty4.5
Student Life4.4
Value for money3.9
Public transportation4.1
Safety4.3
Indian Food3.7
Permanent Immigration3.9
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MSc in Business Analytics - Batch of 2024
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Learning by industry experts is the best.
Tips: There is no scholarship for this course. There are no exams which is a good thing. Programming knowledge is mandatory. The faculty are current industry leaders who teach with their working experience and not with theoretical experience because of which you learn by applying what has to be thought.
Likes (Indian Food): You get everything Indian in every area of Dublin, even near the college. There is an Indian Society. The majority of the students are Indians in most of the courses. All the Indian festivals are celebrated. The Indian community here is really strong. Mini India store is near the campus.
Dislikes (Part time work): The average pay is good (12.7/hour). But finding a part time on campus or anywhere near the campus or the city centre is impossible. The process of finding a part-time job is extremely exhausting. If you do find a part-time, managing expenses and studies shouldn't be an issue.
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M.sc in Neuroscience - Batch of 2023
3.7
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It is a really old and prestigious college.
Tips: I found adjusting to the weather and professional environment took quite some time. Please do approach any and all college authorities without hesitation regarding any clarifications. They all are pretty helpful. Information on scholarships can be seen online, just make sure you apply for scholarships well in advance.
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MSc Management - Batch of 2023
3.3
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A unique experience at Dublin.
Tips: The experience of transitioning here in Dublin was very smooth. I haven't gotten any scholarships here in Dublin. The course is quite well and I am very satisfied with it. The student before coming to Dublin must be well versed in English. It is better for them to have an idea about culture which will help them blend with the crowd.
Likes (Safety): This is because Ireland is a very safe country. It is safe for both men and women to go out at night. The amount of crimes taking place here is very less. Although there are minor crimes happening like theft and robbery but it is very rare. Although one can expect violence from minor.
Dislikes (Indian Food): I am from India. The Indian food in Dublin isn't that great. The food here is expensive. The best type of food that you will eat here is the food that you cook for your self and since eating out is very expensive you wouldn't feel like going out to eat.
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Trinity College Dublin: The post pandemic era for Indians has opportunities given you have skills.
Tips: Keep in mind the cost of living. And personally, for the first time being outside of India there was definitely the culture shock but in a good way. Only suggestion would be to research universities based on the course that you want to take as they hold a very key role in how the course modules are set. With that being said you are going to be involved with cultures from all around the world which is a great opportunity to learn a lot about the outside world. And against popular belief in order to get a job around here is not a cakewalk, it's going to be demanding and make sure you hone the skillset and always portray yourself as the most valuable asset. Until you get into the company it's always going to be what value you are to the company and not the other way around. All serious talk side, a very good country and there's nothing a coffee can't solve. A note, the salary you might be getting right after graduation can be very much below your expectations but most companies do a regular revision of plays and you can climb up the ladder sooner than you think. But also the taxes are a bit on the higher side depending on what your salary is. I'd just recommend planning your expenses accordingly as you touch base.
Likes (Permanent Immigration): I wouldn't immigrate to this city as my main motive was to gain knowledge from what the university had to offer and explore. But comparatively, a permanent residence in Ireland is not that difficult if you are willing to put in the effort required. There are different permits which you will get to know as you get through the visa process. The first step is just getting a Stamp 1 which happens when you land a job and the company is willing to sponsor you. If your role comes under the critical skills list this is going to be the least of your worries. And from there on it's just adding more days to your residence and applying for a Stamp 4 which is equivalent to a permanent residentship and following that will be your Irish passport.
Dislikes (Safety): As it goes without saying it's going to be an entirely new city and it all boils down to being self-aware. Apart from campus security, there are going to be caretakers in case you live in a student accommodation that isn't provided by the university itself. Otherwise, you are always going to have the local cops. The city in itself is beautiful to explore and the neighbouring countries are also not that far off for a weekend trip. There are a lot of hikes around, a lot of local pubs, and a lot of activities surrounding the city. As long as you are aware of your surroundings you are going to be safe and sound. It would be a big plus if you had more people along with you.
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Bachelor of Computer Engineering - Batch of 2023
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How Trinity nurtures student life: Crafting futures beyond graduation
Tips: Since the weather here is cold and gloomy, so initially, one may take time to get accustomed to the weather and atmosphere here, because the culture and living standards here are completely different from India. Initially, one may feel that it is difficult to adjust here, but eventually, you will start getting habitual to this place, and you will like living here. Since I got into this college through the student exchange programme, so I did get an education scholarship with tuition fees of about 25%, based on my grades at the university in India. I am satisfied with the teaching pattern of this college because there is more emphasis on practical learning, so one must brush up their concepts before coming here, so as to catch up with the pace of learning here. I have also got accustomed to the weather here and the cuisine here, but I am only dissatisfied with the job market because there is a struggle after studies to find a job.
Likes (Public transportation): The public transport available here is very affordable and feasible for the students. Since the campus is in the heart of the city, so there are a number of available modes for public transportation, mainly the buses and the luas to each part of the city. For students, public transportation is extremely cheap, and if one travels several times a day, so there is a system of capping, where you are not charged after a certain amount has been spent in travelling on a day.
Dislikes (Post study jobs): For fresh graduates, the job market is challenging here and most of the companies are quite unwilling to sponsor visas as compared to the situation of experienced professionals. There are various graduate roles available in the IT sector, but again job market is competitive for graduates, although the salary offered is good.
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University College London (UCL) is one of the finest university to study MBA in the USA and Trinity College Dublin (TCD) is the best MBA universities in Ireland. We have mentione the placement statistics of University College London (UCL) and Trinity College Dublin (TCD) in the table below:

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Employment rate90.4%92%
Average salaryINR 36.2 LINR 69 L
Top recruitersBank of England, PwC, KPMG, Deloitte, Google, McKinsey and Company, IBM, BBC, American Express, etc.Amazon, Google, AECOM, Facebook, CORA Consulting Engineers, Tata Motors, etc.

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According to Trinity College placements, USD 101,000 (INR 84 L) is the highest salary of graduates for Executive Management & Change professionals. The Trinity College Dublin average salary is around INR 69 L per annum. The lowest-paid Trinity College alumni & graduates are Public Sector & Not For P

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