by Alvise Renier
Visiting Student Blogger, Università degli Studi di Udine, Italy
Dublin is more than a vibrant and chaotic city, more than Guinness and Temple Bar, more than Trinity College. Are you fed up with the bustling and buzzing streets of the city centre, with all the cars, buses, bicycles, people rapidly walking to their job, and students running, trying not to miss their next lesson? Let’s take a journey back to the past and visit the picturesque villages and fishing harbours located just a few minutes from the College. Let’s take a journey to the unknown Dublin!
Continue reading A Journey Around Dublin’s Coastal Towns and Villages
By Kristin Fricke, Visiting Student Blogger
A free Saturday lies ahead of you, the weather is good (or at least it is not raining too heavily) it is just a perfect day for turning somewhat touristy and getting to know Dublin a little better. But, oh dear, your wallet displays the symptoms of studying in Dublin and contains nothing but hot air and a considerable amount of society membership cards. No Problem. There is a lot you can do in the city without having to spend the entirety of the pocket money your granny sent you. So put on your walking shoes, grab your packed lunch and off you go, exploring Ireland’s capitol without spending a single cent.
Continue reading The Best Things in Life Are Free – Exploring Dublin on a Small Budget
By Jessica Murphy, Summer Study Abroad Blogger
My name is Jessica Murphy and I am a rising sophomore at Brown University from New York City. I am still not sure what I am majoring in—or as we call it, “concentrating”—but I am interested in fields ranging from international relations to development studies. In fact, I was initially drawn to the Brown/Trinity summer study abroad programme in Dublin because of my interest in political science. The possibility of studying contemporary international politics, participating in an internship, and living in a completely new country sounded like a remarkable opportunity. I am so glad that I decided to sign up, because it has truly exceeded my (already high) expectations! Dublin is a fascinating city with a rich and layered past, and I have really enjoyed learning and exploring every single day.
Continue reading Museums in Dublin: a Few Highlights
- City Centre Location:
- Trinity College Dublin can be found in the very centre of Dublin. An oasis of learning in the midst of a vibrant city. It is an excellent centre point from which to access cultural hotspots both North and South of the River Liffey. Well connected with public transport, you can easily travel throughout the greater Dublin area and beyond Dublin. Take a virtual tour of Trinity: www.tcd.ie/virtualtour
Continue reading Five Reasons to Study Abroad at Trinity College Dublin