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Trinity College Dublin

Stop Smoking Courses

Support to stop smoking is available in Trinity.  Free courses are run in January, May and September. All welcome. 

Trinity College Dublin

Trinity Access – Foundation Course (Mature students)

The Foundation Course offers another way to third level for Mature Students whose social, cultural and economic experience has prevented them from going to college. It prepares students, both personally and academically, to study for a degree. On successful completion of the Foundation Course students receive a Level 6 Certificate in Foundation Studies for Higher Education from Trinity College.

EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum

EPIC online workshops for educational groups

Each month we offer a range of workshops for different age-groups.

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Social Walk/Jog/Run

This social walk/jog/run group for Trinity students, staff, alumni and friends will get you done and dusted in 30 minutes.  Here’s how: 1.05-1.10: Warm up as a group; 1.10-1.30: Join one of three groups (Walkers; Joggers: Runners) for 20 minutes of exercise to circle Trinity's Fitness Trail.  1.30-1.35: Cool down as a group.


Discover University

Discover University is a summer programme that aims to give young people the opportunity to experience a taste of life at NCI and to see college as part of their future. Developed in collaboration with local companies such as McCann FitzGerald, Dublin Port and Facebook, it encourages young people to achieve their dreams through education.

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Tangent, a new space, co-located within Trinity’s expanded School of Business focuses on entrepreneurship – for students, those seeking employment and people wanting to start their own business. Tangent delivers award-winning educational and training programmes, supports successful start-ups through our summer accelerator programme and has an established calendar of events.


Pathways to Law

The programme targets senior-cycle school students through to third-level and seeks to enhance their interest in the study of law. Corporate supporters: McCann FitzGerald, Matheson, Arthur Cox, A&L Goodbody, William Fry, Mason Hayes and Curran, Linklaters, Maples Group, Eugene F Collins.

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Healthy Habits Workshop

Motivational interviewing for groups of 6-8 people available focused on food, exercise and or smoking.  If you have a group, please email Martina Mullin on [email protected]  If you would like to join a Trinity group, we run courses twice a week.

St Andrew's Resource Centre


Encourages and allows young people (18+ years) to take an active management and research role in international exchange practice, learn new skills, improve their communication, resilience and creative skills, while learning about the lives of young people in other countries.


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