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    • 100% students never faced discrimination in this university
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    Tips: STEM courses are pretty demanding in terms of self study. Please don’t expect really high grades unless you put in high number of hours outside of recommended time. Sports facilities are among the best that you can experience and try on. Food is expensive and not worth buying so self cooking is highly recommended if you would like to save some money. Plenty of post study opportunities are available both on-campus and off-campus.
    Likes (Safety): Dublin in general is pretty safe. Although it’s recommended not to travel to certain places during late hours. Certain areas such as North and West are not recommended during night time. If you have any problem you can report it to nearby Police station, however for petty crimes Garda won’t take any action.
    Dislikes (Indian Food): Food options are alright. Just don’t expect to have an authentic food experience. Self cooking is highly recommended if you would like to maintain your health or if you’re a vegetarian. Eating out can get really expensive as a meal for two can cost around €40 on average.
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    Both Trinity College Dublin and the University College Dublin are among the top universities in Ireland and offers better placements to thier graduates. If we compared them in terms of thier placements records, then Trinity College Dublin placements has better record than the University College Dubl

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    UCD admission requirements for MSc in Data & Computational Science are given below:

    ·         The applicants are required to have an Upper Second Class Honors degree or higher or the international equivalent, in a highly quantitative subject such as Mathematics, Physics, Statistics, Engineering

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    The University College Dublin MSc in Finance admission requirements are given below:

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    ·         A bachelor’s degree in Business / Commerce to include a number of Quantitative subjects such as Economics or Finance or Engineering, Physics, Mathematics, or a Finance-related area with a minimu

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    According to the experts and student reviews on an unofficial source, UCD is an excellent all-round university, with particular excellence in certain areas such as the Bio-Sciences, in some of the Arts and Humanities. Also, UCD has Ireland’s premier graduate business school.

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    Some of the things that UCD students can do over the weekend are:

    • Visit the National Gallery and History Museum
    • Go for hiking at Bray or Wicklow Mountain or swimming
    • Go to the Viking splash during the day
    • Go for shopping on Grafton street

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