Founded by Royal Charter in 1908, the National University of Ireland, Dublin, also known as University College Dublin (UCD), is a fully accredited and independent public university. It is the largest university in Ireland, with a wide range of faculties that includes Arts/Humanities, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Science, Law, Engineering, Agriculture and Commerce. Currently, the University has almost 25,000 students and is Ireland’s leader in postgraduate education with almost 7,000 postgraduate students and almost 2,000 PhD students.
Today, National University of Ireland, Dublin is acknowledged as a centre of excellence for teaching and research, and its degrees are recognised and respected worldwide.
Strengths and Distinctions
Ranked Top 1% of the universities in the world (QS World University Rankings 2015/16) (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015-2016)
Ranked 36th in European Business School (European Business School Rankings 2015 by Financial Times)
A “Triple-crown Accredited Business School” only 1% of the world's business schools hold the triple crown (AACSB, AMBA & EQUIS)
University Ranking UCD is placed as the top world University among other prestigious Universities around the world.