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  Dublin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dublin city proper has a population of some 495,000 (CSO Census 2002), though the population of the Dublin metropolitan area is higher, with the development and spread of suburbs and satellite towns continuing into the surrounding areas.
The University of Dublin is the oldest university in Ireland dating from the 16th Century.
Dublin City is governed by Dublin City Council (formerly called Dublin Corporation) which is presided over by the Lord Mayor of Dublin, who is elected for a yearly term and resides in the Mansion House, which first became the residence of the Lord Mayor in 1715.
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 University College Dublin National University Of Irela   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The university was was founded in December 2 1908 by Royal Charter, as University College, Dublin a constituent college of the National University of Ireland.
In the 1950s, University College, Dublin began a move from its Earlsfort Terrace campus, the previous headquarters of the Royal University of Ireland, to a new 350 acre park campus at Belfield in a suburb on the south side of Dublin.
University College, Dublin also had a site in Glasnevin, the Albert Agriculture College, which is now the location of Dublin City University.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: University College, Dublin
Beaconsfield's University Act empowered the senate of the Royal University to appoint Fellows, with a salary of 400 pounds a year out of the university revenues, on condition of their examining for the university and lecturing at certain assigned colleges.
This, too, was fulfilled; and the men selected for the first appointments to the chartered college by the commissioners entrusted with the work, unfettered though the commissioners were in their discretion, include, in all the chief departments, a large majority of men who had been educated in University College.
The passing of the University Act coincided with the silver jubilee of the old college; and when the new college came into existence the Jesuits, in order to facilitate its commencement, surrendered to it, with the approval of the Irish bishops, the old buildings of the Catholic University.
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 Dublin hotels, discount, budget and luxury accommodation. Ireland hotels in Dublin
Undoubtedly Dublin's most prestigious hotel, the Berkeley Court, with its mix of luxury, charm and distinguished tradition is the natural choice for...
The Burlington is a Dublin institution, always at the heart of the action and central to the whole whirl of Dublin life.
Dublin is a city that excites the imagination, a place where ancient tradition meets modern vitality.
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 Trinity College, Dublin - Articles and Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin was founded by royal charter from Queen Elizabeth I in 1592.
The University is headed, titularly, by the Chancellor, (currently former Irish president, and UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Mary Robinson).
The college is officially incorporated as The Provost, Fellows and Scholars of the College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin
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 Welcome to UCD
UCD architecture lecturers, O’Donnell and Tuomey on shortlist for 2005 RIBA Stirling Prize
The Lewis Glucksman Gallery in UCC, designed by two architecture lecturers from the UCD School of Architecture, Landscape and Civil Engineering, Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey, is on the shortlist for the 2005 RIBA Stirling Prize...
The restructuring of the Faculties of Veterinary Medicine and Agri-Food and the Environment to form the UCD School of Agriculture, Food Science and Veterinary Medicine has placed University College Dublin in a unique position to address the multidimensional and interrelated issues of...
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 Hostels in Dublin - Youth Hostel
Dublin town is on our doorstop, with its abundance of great tourist highlights.
Dublin International Youth Hostel's building, has in its time been a convent and a school and still bears the marks of these times.
Nestled in the leafy suburb of Raheny Village the Regency Shieling Hotel is a mere 5km from the vibrant town center of Dublin.
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 University College Dublin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Formerly known as the Catholic University of Ireland and dating back to the mid-19th century, University College Dublin was granted its charter in 1908.
During a transitional phase it was part of the esteemed constituents of colleges of the National University of Ireland.
UCD specializes in teaching and research with an emphasis on service to the community and contributions to Ireland and international affairs.
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This city is situated at the mouth of the River Liffey on the east coast of Ireland, facing across the Irish Sea.
The 18th century was the period of growth and prosperity, and Dublin became a great centre of commerce, especially with the improvement of the city's docks.
Dublin is the seat of the Irish Government, the Dail, and the administrative and cultural centre.
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 Dublin Hotels, Dublin Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Hotels in Dublin Ireland
Dublin City is divided by the River Liffey, which flows west-east through the centre of the city.
Dublin city is renowned for its excellent bars and pubs, most of which are located on the southside, and in Temple Bar in particular.
Dublin Airport is located to the north of the city, with direct flights to Britain, Europe, and North America.
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 Institute for Study Abroad, Butler University : IFSA-Butler Programs : Republic of Ireland : University College Dublin
Located in a lovely and prosperous section of Dublin, the campus is self-contained and includes banks, a travel office, bookstore, bicycle shop, sports center, restaurant facilities, and two bars, which are venues for lots of Student Union events.
The English literature department is first-rate, as befits a university with a history of illustrious literary figures such as James Joyce, Gerard Manley Hopkins, and Austin Clarke.
All of the sciences at UCD are strong, but the biochemistry and botany departments are particularly well known.
www.ifsa-butler.org /programs/rep_ireland/dublin   (277 words)

 Welcome to UCD Press
UCD Press is publishing in November 2005 the first two titles in this major undertaking - The Collected Works in English of one of the greatest sociologists of the twentieth century - Early Writings and The Court Society.
University College Dublin Press, which started in 1995, is the publishing imprint of Ireland’s largest university, the National University of Ireland, Dublin, better known as University College Dublin.
UCD Press’s list to date includes many titles by Irish authors and of Irish interest, but our interests are not by any means confined to Ireland.
www.ucdpress.ie   (225 words)

 University College of Dublin
The men’s club with 60 teams is UCD’s biggest sports club and enjoys the unique distinction of being the only University Soccer Club in Western Europe competing at the highest level in its country.
According to the University College of Dublin website, Sports Scholarships have been offered at UCD in Soccer since 1979 and in other sports for the past nine years.
It is important to note that all applicants for sports scholarships must satisfy the academic criteria for entry to University College Dublin and must apply to the CAO in the usual manner.
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 University College Dublin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
UCD maintains a consistently high performance across a range of competitively-awarded externally-funded programmes and initiatives, nationally and internationally, and keenly anticipates involvement in the full range of opportunities provided under the National Development Plan 2000-2006, including the Higher Education Authority's Programme for Research in Third Level Institutions (PRTLI).
UCD's success in winning approval for these Institutes is due to its research strategy, which has as its guiding principle the theme of 'Innovation from Diversity'.
In this context, UCD was delighted to jointly announce in September 1999 the Elan Corporation's decision to establish a research facility and relocate its corporate headquarters to UCD's Belfield campus and, additionally, to provide support for certain research programmes at UCD.
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 AHA International: Dublin, Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
From the lush, green, rolling hills of the countryside to the dramatic coastal scenery that borders its shores, this small island nation is truly a gem.
Summer courses in Dublin are hosted at University College Dublin (UCD), the largest university in Ireland enrolling more than 20,000 students each year.
UCD maintains a modern campus with well-resourced libraries and extensive computing facilities.
www.aha-intl.org /program.php?place=dublin2004   (160 words)

 Dublin Business School - Study Abroad
Whether you live in an apartment or with an Irish family, as a temporary resident of Dublin you’ll be surrounded by local wit, warmth and energy.
You’ll deepen your knowledge of Irish culture and enjoy the youthful atmosphere of a city where half the population is under the age of 26.
From museums and architecture to music, cafes and pubs, studying abroad in Dublin is an energizing adventure.
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 American College Dublin, Lynn University, Boca Raton, Fla.
American College Dublin is a small, private college whose size allows it to cater to a student's individual needs.
American College Dublin are Irish, with a large percentage of international and American students pursuing their degree full-time.
American College Dublin's mission is to develop in each student an understanding and respect for individuals of diverse cultures.
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 University College Dublin, Ireland, Europe, Colleges and Universities, Education, Reference,   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Institute of Criminology, UCD - A description of the activities of the Institute of Criminology, University College Dublin.
Mater Dei Institute of Education - Mater Dei Institute of Education is a College of Dublin City University.
University Industry Programme, UCD - Based in University College Dublin, the programme concentrates on innovation, technology transfer, entrepreneurship, campus companies and commercialisation of university research. /Reference/Education/Colleges_and_Universities/Europe/Ireland/University_College_Dublin   (515 words)

 ucd athletics club - home
The UCD 4 x 400 team made a huge effort to score enough points to earn the overall trophy but 3rd was not enough as Limerick finished first after a huge battle with DCU.
UCDAC are organising the 2005 Dublin University T&F Championsips to be held in Irishtown Stadium on April 15th.
UCD Men were 3rd, reversing their result in the Colours as well by another ridiculously close margin.
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 Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The University of Dublin, Trinity College (TCD), founded in 1592, is the oldest university in Ireland.
The National University of Ireland (NUI) is a federal institute consisting of four constituent universities; University College Dublin, National University of Ireland Dublin; University College Cork, National University of Ireland Cork; National University of Ireland Galway and National University of Ireland Maynooth.
The two universities in Northern Ireland are: the University of Ulster (UU) and the Queen's University of Belfast (QUB).
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 university college dublin ireland
The Equality Tribunal has awarded 4,000 to a Russian woman who was discriminated against by Trinity College Dublin on the grounds of her race.
The tribunal ruled that the college discriminated against Djemma Tsourova by charging her non-EU fees to study at the university, despite her refugee status.
Royal Dublin Society, the original agenda of the Veterinary School, University College Dublin, was to train veterinarians to service Ireland's...
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 Trinity College Dublin Historic Buildings, Ireland Photos   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Dublin city photo of College Green and entrance to Trinity College.
The College was founded by Queen Elizabeth I and the historic building was first constructed in 1592.
Dublin City Photos A picture guide to famous landmarks and Dublin monuments.
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 university college dublin
Junior Meredith Hoover (Dublin, Ohio) tied for third in the all-around with a career-high score of 38.825.
Following the publication of the new research into badgers and bovine TB undertaken by University College, Dublin, for the Irish Government, the Countryside...
TRINITY College Dublin has rejected claims that it is discriminating in favour of...
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 BBC NEWS | Europe | Countryside move divides Dublin workers
It is not a big town - population around 2,000 - and sits beside a river in the rolling hills of County Kilkenny, a couple of hours drive south of Dublin.
And for Dubliners, house prices are lower than in the capital.
In the barber shop on the main street, Vernon Moloney, a Dubliner who moved to the country, agreed that Thomastown is a friendly, accessible place with much to offer.
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 Bruce College, Repeat Leaving Certificate, Junior College, Revision Courses,.
Bruce College was established in 1984, and is Corks most succesful private Second Level school.
Bruce College is the only full time independent private school that also offers a full time Junior College.
The senior college offers 5th, 6th and repeat programmes while our junior college offers the full junior cycle from 1st through to 3rd year.
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 Faculteit der Natuurwetenschappen, Wiskunde en Informatica
Students will be introduced to the course by outlining what is expected of them and the resources at their disposal.
The challenges facing the existing port area such as land reclamation, and the programme to encourage economic regeneration and combat social exclusion in the former docklands area will be discussed during this trip.
The question will be posed as to whether management of the Dublin coastline has been successful or whether the coastline has become a victim of urban sprawl and become overdeveloped.
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Everest College Online's virtual classroom lets you learn when it's convenient for you, allowing you to work full time and complete your education.
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Westwood College now offers online degree programs, which enable you to get a great business, design, or technology education, without ever setting foot in the classroom....
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 Institute for Study Abroad, Butler University : IFSA-Butler Programs : Republic of Ireland : Trinity College Dublin
A majestic university in the middle of Dublin, Trinity College Dublin boasts some of the best academics in the country.
The Trinity College Library is the largest research library in Ireland and is home to the eighth-century Book of Kells.
Set on forty acres of green quadrangles in the middle of Dublin, this university of 12,000 students sits near museums, libraries, theatres, cinemas, shops, and restaurants, including those of Temple Bar.
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 http://www.artsworld.ie/joyce_school/index.html   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
A unique aspect of the school is the fact that it gives Joycean enthusiasts the opportunity to savour and re-experience his writing in the context of the city which inspired and shaped it.
The aim of the Summer School is look at Joyce in an open and pluralist fashion and to consider all of the numerous contexts of his work which are of interest both to the scholar and to the general reader.
It includes tours of Joycean Dublin, visits to concerts, theatres and local historic sights, poetry readings, and informal gatherings in the atmospheric pubs which abound in this city.
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