Which student profiles can you find at Trinity College Dublin?
Trinity College is Ireland’s top ranked university, and the only Irish university in the world top 100 universities (QS World University Rankings 2016/17). Situated in the centre of Ireland’s vibrant capital city, Trinity’s stunning campus is home to a community of scholars at the cutting edge of research and teaching. With over 600 course options, a deposit library with over 6 million volumes, and researchers who attract € 70 million annually in external funding, Trinity students receive a world-class education at a university recognised as a top international centre for research and a leader in Nanotechnology, Information Technology, Immunology, Mathematics, Engineering, Psychology, Politics, English and many more areas. The university’s international students represent 118 different nationalities.
Among the top fields, TCD’s alumni find postgraduate employment in are business development, education, engineering, operations, healthcare services, research, IT, entrepreneurship, finance, sales, media, and communications, etc. A large number of those graduates work in institutions, such as Healthcare Service Executive, University College Dublin, Accenture, AIB, Google, IBM, Bank of Ireland, EY, Dublin Institute of Technology, Pfizer, etc.
In a recent survey of employers of TCD graduates:
- Two-thirds of employers (66%) were highly satisfied with the calibre of Trinity College graduates
- Over two-thirds (69%) said they would recommend Trinity College graduates to other employers
Some of the top skills employers value which Trinity’s students develop include: teamwork (87%), oral communication (84%), interpersonal skills (78%), problem-solving (74%), capacity for critical thinking (69%).
A short history of Trinity College Dublin
Founded in 1592 on the general pattern of the ancient colleges at Oxford and Cambridge, TCD is the oldest university in Ireland and one of the older universities of Western Europe. Originally it was established outside the city walls of Dublin in the buildings of the dissolved Augustinian Priory of All Hallows. Trinity College was set up in part to consolidate the rule of the Tudor monarchy in Ireland, and it was seen as the university of the Protestant Ascendancy for much of its history.
Since considerable academic restructuring in 2008, the college now has three academic faculties; Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Engineering, Mathematics and Sciences, Health Sciences.
Recruiting from Trinity College Dublin via Graduateland
If you are looking to recruit students and graduates from Trinity College Dublin, you can choose to post your job ad specifically on their job portal, the Trinity Career Gate.
You can select the portal when you post a job on the network (as shown in the screenshot above). You will also be able to see how many registered candidates at Trinity College Dublin match your previously defined requirements for the job.