To study engineering at Trinity College Dublin is a rare privilege and a great opportunity for aspiring engineers to learn from the best academicians at the oldest engineering school in the English speaking world. The School of Engineering at Trinity, established in 1841, follows a rich tradition of providing quality education and maintaining a progressive outlook and support for technologically advanced R&D.
Ireland’s recent growth as a hub for technology and innovation, coupled with the high demand for graduates with specialised engineering degrees, has led to collaborations with industry for the development of industry oriented course modules, internship and job opportunities and research partnerships with international tech giants.
Trinity College Dublin offers integrated engineering courses which allow students to convert their four-year bachelor’s degree into a five-year masters degree with internship. Learn more about engineering at Trinity below and book a free consultation with SI-Ireland today to get your application started.
Benefits of Studying Engineering at Trinity College Dublin
- Bachelor’s of Engineering Science Degree (BAI) is accredited by the Engineers Ireland and a large number of Engineering institutes outside Ireland
- 97% of students graduating from Trinity School of Engineering are engaged in employment or further studies within 6 months of graduating
- Trinity engineering graduates have been recruited by leading multinationals and organisations such as Accenture, Abbot, Glen, Medtronics, Bank of Ireland, Microsoft, Pfizer, Intel and Rolls Royce
- There is flexibility to study general engineering modules for the first two years and selecting a specialised major such as civil, structural, mechanical, computer or biomedical in the third year
- The integrated five-year engineering programme offers flexibility to convert a bachelor’s degree to a master’s degree
- Option to study one semester abroad at any European university through the international exchange programme in year four
- Option to take up paid internships for one semester during year four
- 16 electives to choose from during the 4th year for further specialisation
- Foundation Year Programme is offered to students who are not eligible to join an international undergraduate degree in engineering directly
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