University College Dublin has its origins in the mid-nineteenth century under the leadership of the renowned educationalist John Henry Cardinal Newman. Since its foundation in 1854, the University has flourished and made a unique and substantial contribution to the creation of modern Ireland, based on successful engagement with Irish society on every level and across every sphere of activity.
At the heart of UCD’s research strategy is the ambition to address the challenges that will shape Ireland’s future and its role in the world. Our priority research themes include, agri-food; culture, economy and society; energy; environment; health; and ICT.
The UCD Career and Development Centre can help you plan for your career, develop your skills and advance your job applications or further study through services such as:
The Roebuck Residences are modern 6 bedroom ensuite apartments, situated close to the Owenstown Park entrance and is comprised of 3 houses with 50 apartments. Merville Residence is located on the main UCD campus, close to the Owenstown Park entrance and is comprised of 150 apartments.
This section pulls together some examples of the rich resources held by UCD for the period and commentary from our expert faculty and others. UCD is a major holder of archives of national and international significance relating to the period 1912 to 1923 and there are links included directly to these archives.
UCD IT Services offer the campus community a wide range of technologies to assist with teaching and research ranging from the Blackboard learning environment enabling learning from anywhere, expertise in developing various types of visual content, ePortfolios and even more options for collaborative learning.
UCD sports clubs are at the center of student sport at the University. The Athletic Union Council (AUC) is the governing body for UCD sports clubs and all clubs are affiliated to the AUC.Clubs list: