University College Dublin

University College Dublin (UCD) was established in the year 1854. It is a public University and was previously known as the Catholic University of Ireland. It is and has about 33,285 students studying with it who come from around 136 countries around the world.
The university has six colleges, some of them are College of engineering and architecture, College of Social Sciences and Law, and College of Science.
The employability rate of the university is very high and University was selected as the top university in Ireland by the QS graduate employability ranking.
The alumni of university is spread over 169 countries and amount to about 279,000 graduates.  Some of the notable names of the alumni include James Joyce (poet), Maeve Binchy (novelist), Gabriel Byan (actor), Brian O’Driscoll (rugby player), and Former President of Ireland Douglas Hyde.

Location: Dublin (18 km away from Dublin Airport)

Connectivity: Through car/public transport/connected to Dublin airport

Campuses: One

Courses: Natural and Physical Sciences, Environmental studies, Business, Commerce, Health, Medical Studies, Engineering, Computer Science

Average Tuition fee: 
Between INR 16 to 27 Lakh/year  Or Between 18,190 and 30,680 Australian dollars annually

Times Ranking: 201-250

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