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Founded in 1592, Trinity College Dublin is Ireland’s university on the world stage, offering undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across 24 schools and three faculties: arts, humanities, and social sciences; engineering, maths and science; and health sciences. Spread across 50 acres in Dublin city centre, Trinity’s 17,000-strong student body comes from all 32 counties and more than 120 coun tries, making it a cosmopolitan campus with a focus on diversity, intellectual rigour, academic excellence and research-led teaching. Home to Nobel prize-winners such as scientist Ernest Walton and writer Samuel Beckett, Trinity draws visitors from across the world to its historic campus each year, including to the Book of Kells and Science Gallery which capture the university’s connection to both old and new. Trinity’s Old Library, which houses the Long Room, is the largest research library in Ireland, with a collection of six million printed items, 500,000 maps, 80,000 electronic journals, and 350,000 electronic books. Ranked 98th in the world in the latest QS World Rankings, Trinity offers a liberal, transformative education at the frontiers of disciplines.