Learn more about studying social sciences and philosophy at Trinity College Dublin in this special webinar for international students. Trinity is Ireland’s no.1 university and is placed 101st in the list of world leading Universities (QS world rankings 2021).
The School of Social Sciences is the second largest School in the University, comprising the Departments of Economics, Philosophy, Political Science and Sociology. With over 50 full-time academic staff, the School has a well-deserved international reputation for excellence in both research and teaching. Each Department in the School is top ranked in Ireland with Political Science & Philosophy ranked in the top 100 in the World (QS rankings 2021).
The School is recognised internationally for its research expertise on issues of global societal and economic importance including migration, development, international macroeconomics and political and economic integration in Europe.
The distinguishing feature of the research undertaken in the School of Social Sciences and Philosophy is the combination of important real world questions, state of the art conceptual models and cutting-edge methods and analytical tools.
Trinity students benefit from leading academics, the latest knowledge and ideas, and a distinctive approach to education that emphasizes analytical skills and creative thinking.
Curriculums across all our courses are designed to ensure that students are equipped to build and maintain career readiness-irrespective of the market dynamics or challenges.
In addition, the learning outcomes of our programmes include key transferable skills that futureproof & empower our graduates to think creatively, adapt to changes, deal effectively with ambiguity and gain the confidence to take measured risks.
Former students are now leaders in fields as diverse as business, education, journalism, government and public service, across the globe. Many graduates have gone on to postgraduate study both at Trinity College and at other leading universities around the world such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the University of Cambridge and the University of Melbourne.
Find out how you can join our vibrant & intellectual community of researchers, teachers and students to become a global citizen empowered to have a real impact on society and to enhance public debate and understanding of key economic, political, social and philosophical issues.
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