The School offers a wide range of undergraduate courses such as Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electronic and Computer Engineering, Management Science and Information Systems Studies, Computer Science and Language and Computer Science and Business. The innovative integrated five years Masters level degree in Computer Science includes an industry or research internship in the fourth year. Additional information for international students can be found at Study at Trinity.
Postgraduate Education and International Research
The School is internationally recognised for the quality of its research. The School’s academic and research staff are working towards solving important scientific problems in their areas of expertise and the School continues to play a significant role in the development of a “knowledge economy” through the generation of intellectual property and by training a cohort of postgraduate researchers who will assume future leadership positions in industry.
The School comprises four academic disciplines that together reflect both the breadth of its expertise and the focus of its research activity.
The School also offers a suite of postgraduate courses.
Visiting Students/Study Abroad Opportunities
There are many opportunities for visiting students in the School of Computer Science and Statistics, ranging from a semester to a full academic year. General Information on the application process can be found here on the Study Abroad website.The School has a dedicated Visiting Student Coordinator who guides students through their module choice and options. For further School specific information, please contact the following:
General enquiries, contact Catherine McDonald, Global Officer
Specific module enquires, contact Arnedillo-Sánchez, Inmaculada, Visiting Student Coordinator
Outgoing Visiting Students
The School of Computer Science and Statistics encourages its students to study abroad in our partner universities. We offer Erasmus and EU Exchanges as well as a wide selection of Non-EU Exchanges.