A Hub of Career-Minded International Students
Dublin is an inspiring city with a rich history and a forward-thinking mentality. It's a global business hub. And it’s home to top tech companies like Facebook, Google and IBM. Dublin offers excellent career opportunities after you graduate.
A great place to start your career
Ireland offers post-study work visas to international graduates. It’s the only native-English speaking country in Europe to do so. Over the next five years 14,500 new jobs will be created in Dublin. This makes it a fantastic place to kick-start your career.
Top multinational companies are based here, including:
Nine of the top ten global software companies and nine of the world’s top ten pharmaceutical companies are based in Dublin. Studying at UCD places you close to global business and career opportunities.
Making connections at University College Dublin
A leading student city
Discover the combination of a friendly village feel and the buzz of a big city. Ireland's capital ranks among the top 40 cities for students in the world (QS Best Student Cities 2017). And it often features as a top tourist destination.
One of Europe's oldest cities
Dublin is one of the oldest cities in Europe, dating back more than 1,000 years. Take a walk around its ancient streets. You'll discover a mix of medieval buildings, 18th-century houses and modern structures.
History and culture
The city has an impressive collection of museums and galleries. As a UNESCO City of Literature, Dublin is an inspiring place to live and learn. UCD's famous creative alumni include James Joyce, one of Ireland’s
most celebrated writers.
The green that characterises the Irish countryside is now reflected in its industries. Harnessing the power of the wind, impressive wind farms can be seen dotting the country. Further growth continues in the areas of renewable energies, recycling and environmental consultancy.