1. Trinity College Dublin (TCD)
Year of establishment: 1592

Number of students: 17,000

Average tuition fees: 22,000 – 24,000 euros / year

Location: Dublin

Rank of the school:

• Trinity College Dublin has a reputation for having the highest education qualifications in Ireland and 13th place in all of Europe (according to QS Ranking 2017/18). 15th in the world for Mathematics (QS World University Rankings 2011)

• In the Ranking of Accounting & Finance’s training schools (according to QS Ranking), Trinity College Dublin ranks first in Ireland in terms of training quality and 101st in the world.

• The library on the Trinity College Dublin campus is considered the oldest and most beautiful library in the world, possessing more than 4 million books and rare manuscripts.

• This is the only university in Ireland to make the Times Higher Education 2018 Global Employment Opportunity Rankings for universities. The PitchBook University Report 2018-2019 also ranks Europe’s top school in business training field.

2. University College Dublin (UCD)
Year of foundation: 1854

Average tuition fees: 16,900 – 20,400 Euro / year

Location: Dublin

Rank of the school:

• The 2020 U.S. News & World Report rated UCD as the highest ranked University of Ireland globally. In the Ranking of Accounting & Finance’s training schools (according to QS Ranking), University College Dublin has ranked 177 in the world for training quality.

• The first university to train an MBA in Europe and the only university on the Irish island to offer programs in agriculture, food science, food safety and veterinary medicine.

• UCD ranks 1 in Ireland and 78 in the world for employment and reputation (by 2020 QS World University Rankings)

• UCD has 3 consecutive years (2018, 2019; 2020) ranked Top 1 in Ireland for postgraduate recruitment & ranked 75th in the world in the QS Graduate Employability Rankings.

3. University College Cork (UCC)
Year of foundation: 1845

Number of students: 19,000

International students: 2,000

Average tuition fees: 22,000 – 24,000 euros / year

Location: Cork

Rank of the school:

• QS World University Rankings 2021 # 286

• In the ranking of schools in the Accounting & Finance sector (according to QS Ranking), University College Cork has the rank of 286 in the world.

• Times Higher Education Impact Rankings # 32 on Influence

• Financial Times Executive Global Rankings: # 66 in the world and # 10 in the UK and Ireland

School website: http://www.nuigalway.ie/

4. Dublin City University (DCU)
Year of establishment: 1975

Number of students: 17,000

International students: 2,600

Average tuition fees: 13,000 – 17,000 euros / year

Location: Dublin

The school’s ratings:

• The fastest growing university among 8 Irish public universities

• Top 1 in Ireland in terms of graduate employment rates; 19th in the world (according to QS Employability Rankings 2020). In the ranking of schools in the Accounting & Finance sector (according to QS Ranking), Dublin City University has the quality of training ranked 439 in the world.

• Global Top 98 in Social & Economic Impact based on United Nations Sustainable Development Indicators (THE Impact Rankings 2020)

• Faculty of Business: 4 Master courses are ranked in the Top 30 best Master’s programs in economics (Eduniversal, 2016)

5. University of Limerick (UL)
Year of establishment: 1972

Number of students: 15,000

International students: 2,500

Average tuition fees: 11,500 – 15,300 Euro / year

Location: Limerick

Rank of the school:

• Times Higher Education 2019 ranking places UL at 51st in Europe for training quality. In addition, the school is also in the Top 100 Young Universities in the World according to Times Higher Education.

• In the ranking of schools in the Accounting & Finance sector (according to QS Ranking), University Of Limerick has the training quality in the top # 511 – # 520 in the world.

• The school is also ranked 35 in the world in the field of Research Impact (THE) and offers outstanding learning experiences at the Best Campus (Education Ireland Awards 2019).

• Honored by the Sunday Times in Good University Guide as the University of the Year 2019. This rate ranks first in Ireland and represents the exceptional value of a graduate diploma at UL .

6. Maynooth University
Year of establishment: 1997 (history since 1795)

Number of students: 11,000

International students: 1,700

Average tuition fees: 13,000 – 15,000 Euro / year

Location: Maynooth

Rank of the school:

• Top 350 World’s Best Universities (THE Rankings 2020)

• Top 43 Best Young Universities in the World (THE 2020)

• Top 200 best universities in Europe (THE 2020)

• In the chart of schools training in Accounting & Finance

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