Welcome, and congratulations!
Applicants who are admitted to the Dual BA Program between Trinity College Dublin and Columbia University will be sent an official acceptance packet. This packet contains important, time-sensitive information about housing, student visas, Admitted Students Day, and the steps necessary to begin enrollment in the Dual BA Program between Trinity College Dublin and Columbia University. By confirming their intent to enroll in the 2019 entering class no later than May 1, 2019, admitted students will be sent additional information from Trinity College Dublin after this date to help them prepare for their transition to the Dual BA Program in the fall.
Step 1: Academic Director Letter
Your programme director at Trinity College Dublin will be an important resource in coordinating many aspects of your transition to Trinity. Please read this letter carefully for more information on housing, student visas, and new student orientaiton. The Programme Director Letter can be accessed by logging in to your application profile.
Step 2: Acceptance Reply Form
In order to secure a place in the Fall 2019 entering class, you must send in the Acceptance Reply Form and a $500 USD deposit by May 1, 2019. To complete the form and submit your tuition deposit online, please log in to your application profile.
* Please note that non-EU students will also be required to submit a €2000 tuition deposit to Trinity College Dublin to secure their place in the incoming Fall 2019 class. More information will be sent shortly from Trinity describing the necessary steps for this tuition deposit process.
Step 3: Submit Housing Application
Student housing is available for all Dual BA Program students. Because of high demand for housing in Dublin, the timely submission of a housing application is strongly encouraged. Students who accept their offer of admission will receive an email from the Dual BA Program offices with instructions on how to apply for housing in May.
For more information, visit the housing section of the Trinity College Dublin website.
Step 4: Permission to Study
Students who do not hold citizenship in a European Union member country may be required to obtain must apply for a visa or permission to study in Ireland, depending on their individual circumstances. Students in need of a visa are advised to begin this process no later than May 15, 2019.
For more information, visit the visa requirements section of the Dual BA Program website.
Step 5: Admitted Students Day
You are invited to join us on Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. for Admitted Students Day on the Columbia University Morningside Campus in New York City.