The UCD College of Arts and Humanities is a vibrant and dynamic environment for teaching and learning, graduate education and research, innovation and impact. The College has seven schools and associated centres and institutes. It promotes and fosters creative and critical thinking with a view to long-term cultural and social change and to complement the challenges of creating a positive impact on culture and society.
The UCD College of Business is Ireland’s leading Business School and research centre, and has been delivering business education in Ireland for over 100 years. It comprises of UCD Lochlann Quinn School of Business (undergraduate) and UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School for graduate study.
The UCD College of Engineering and Architecture is the largest and most comprehensive College of its kind in Ireland. The College offers a wide range of taught and research programmes and is committed to the ongoing development of both discipline-specific and interdisciplinary teaching and research and Enterprise Ireland.
The UCD College of Health and Agricultural Sciences has been established to exploit the synergies which exist across the One Health spectrum. The One Health initiative links the health of all living things, together with the existing synergies between human and animal health, public health and food science. The College supports the indigenous agri-food sector, animal health and medical professions through education and cutting-edge research.
Situated in the UCD O’Brien Centre for Science, which represents the single largest capital investment in science in the history of the Irish State, UCD College of Science offers the most diverse Science education in Ireland. The College provides graduate courses in the biological, biomedical, chemical, geological, mathematical, physical and computer sciences.
UCD College of Social Sciences and Law is the leading centre for education and research in the social sciences and related disciplines in Ireland.