Established in 1854, the University College Dublin is a public research university in Dublin, Ireland and is the largest university in the country. The university is frequently ranked among the top universities in Europe and has 5 Nobel Laureates associated with it.
The University College Dublin comprises of six colleges: College of Arts and Humanities; College of Business; College of Engineering and Architecture; College of Health and Agricultural Sciences; College of Social Sciences and Law; and College of Science. Each college operates various schools within it. The total student population at the university is more than 32,900 of which over 16,300 are enrolled in the undergraduate programs. The student to faculty ratio at the University College Dublin is 22:1.
The university is the leading center for research in Ireland. The research institutes at the university include Complex and Adaptive Systems Laboratory, Centre for Cybersecurity & Cybercrime Investigation and the UCD Earth Institute.
The University has partnered with Study Group to provide International Foundation Year Program. The International Foundation Year develops the English language and the academic skills needed to succeed in an undergraduate degree at University College Dublin. Once the student complete the program and achieve the required grades, then the student can enter the first year of their chosen undergraduate degree at University College Dublin.
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Notable Alumni: Dervilla M. X. Donnelly (Irish chemist), Mary Horgan (Irish physician and president of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland), Peter Lynch (Irish mathematician and meteorologist).
Student Faculty Ratio