University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland
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Agriculture & Forestry, Architecture, Business & Management, Chemical Engineering, Civil and Structural Engineering, Veterinary Science
Dublin is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Ireland. It is close to the center of the east coast of the island of Ireland, at the mouth of the River Liffey in County Dublin and the center of the Dublin area. Dublin has been the capital city of Ireland since the Middle Ages and the largest city on the island of Ireland. Due to the gathering of many high-tech companies, it is known as the Silicon Valley of Europe.
University of Dublin is not only the top university in Ireland, but also a prestigious university in Europe. There are more than 1,725 teachers and 32,000 students. The University of Dublin is one of the four members of the Irish National University System. The other members are University College Cork, National University of Ireland-Galway, and National University of Ireland-Maynooth. The university is committed to providing first-class teaching and research education. Its food science, engineering, and agricultural science disciplines are among the best, and the level of postgraduates in electronic engineering, computer, biopharmaceutical, physics, chemistry and other majors is also at the world's leading level.
Foundation Entry requirement
Form 5: Successful completion of Form 5 with 4 subjects grade D
English requirement: IELTS for UKVI 5.0 or above
Course Start date: Sep or Jan
Foundation tuition fee 2021/22
Business, Economics and Social Sciences: £18,250
Engineering and Sciences: £19,500
International Year 1 Entry requirement
International Year 1 tuition fee 2021/22