Trinity College Dublin

Trinity College Dublin was created by royal charter in 1592. It is home to 17,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students across all the major disciplines in health sciences, the arts and humanities, and in business, law, engineering, and science. Trinity has produced some of the world’s finest, most original minds including the writers Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett (Nobel laureate), the scientists William Rowan Hamilton and Ernest Walton (Nobel laureate), the political thinker Edmund Burke, and the former President of Ireland and UNHCR Mary Robinson. The School of Nursing and Midwifery in Trinity College opened in 1996 and is the ranked the number one School of Nursing in Ireland and ranked 31st in the world by the QS international ranking system. The School has strong base of research expertise across healthcare research and is focused on being cutting edge, evidence-based, user-led, innovative and translatable into enhanced outcomes for healthcare, policy, professional practice, intervention, treatment and service delivery.