Check out the list of notable Trinity College, Dublin alumni. Some of the notable Trinity College, Dublin students are Jawaharlal Nehru, Oscar Wilde, Aleister Crowley, Francis Bacon and Francis Galton.

Trinity College is a research university situated in Dublin, Ireland. Having been established as early as 1592, it is one of the seven ancient universities of Ireland and Britain; it is in fact Ireland’s oldest university. It has also been deemed as the most productive globally recognized research center in Ireland. Trinity College offers degree and diploma courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and is classified into three faculties that comprise of 25 institutions. The three departments are Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Engineering, Marketing and Sciences and lastly Health Sciences, which sprawl over a beautiful 51 acre property. As per the 2015-2016 edition of the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, the university has bagged the 77th place in Europe and the 1st place in Ireland. The QS World University Rankings of 2016-17 has also ranked it 1st in Europe and 36th in the world. With a diverse and inclusive culture, the university supports its teaching, research and ground-breaking innovation while providing an ideal learning atmosphere for its 17,000 students hailing from numerous countries across the world. Many Nobel Laureates, political thinkers, artists, performers and academics have been born out of Trinity College. Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, Edmund Burke, William Rowan Hamilton and so many other distinguished high-fliers have attended Trinity College. The alumni’s of Trinity College are truly inspirational; here is a list of some prominent individuals who pursued their education here.
Jawaharlal NehruJawaharlal Nehru
(First PM of India & Freedom Fighter)

14 November 1889

27 May 1964

Allahabad

Indian

Scorpio

Oscar WildeOscar Wilde
(Playwright)

16 October 1854

30 November 1900

Dublin, Republic of Ireland

Irish

Libra

Aleister CrowleyAleister Crowley

12 October 1875

01 December 1947

Leamington Spa

British

Libra

Francis BaconFrancis Bacon
(Philosopher)

22 January 1561

09 April 1626

Strand, London, England

British

Aquarius

Kimberly GuilfoyleKimberly Guilfoyle
(News Anchor)

09 March 1969

San Francisco, California, United States

American

Pisces

Francis GaltonFrancis Galton
(Polymath)

16 February 1822

17 January 1911

Birmingham

British

Aquarius

Edmund BurkeEdmund Burke
(Statesman)

12 January 1729

09 July 1797

Dublin, Republic of Ireland

Irish,British

Capricorn

Samuel BeckettSamuel Beckett
(Novelist, Playwright, Theater Director)

13 April 1906

22 December 1989

Foxrock, Ireland

Irish

Aries

Jonathan SwiftJonathan Swift
(Author and Satirist)

30 November 1667

19 October 1745

Dublin, Republic of Ireland

Irish

Sagittarius

Bram StokerBram Stoker
(Creator of Dracula)

08 November 1847

20 April 1912

Clontarf, Dublin, Ireland

Irish

Scorpio

George HerbertGeorge Herbert
(Poet)

03 April 1593

01 March 1633

Montgomery

British,Welsh

Aries

George BerkeleyGeorge Berkeley
(philosopher)

12 March 1685

14 January 1753

County Kilkenny, Ireland

Irish,British

Pisces

Thomas MooreThomas Moore
(Poet, Singer, Songwriter, & Entertainer)

28 May 1779

25 February 1852

Dublin, Ireland

Irish

Gemini

Oliver GoldsmithOliver Goldsmith
(Novelist, Playwright, Poet)

10 November 1728

04 April 1774

Ballymahon

Canadian,Irish,British

Scorpio

Leo VaradkarLeo Varadkar
(Prime Minister of Ireland)

18 January 1979

Castleknock, Dublin, Ireland

Irish

Capricorn

Ernest WaltonErnest Walton
(Physicist)

06 October 1903

25 June 1995

Dungarvan

Irish

Libra

Abraham CowleyAbraham Cowley
(Poet)

1618 AD

28 July 1667

London

British

Sir William Rowan HamiltonSir William Rowan Hamilton
(Physicist, Astronomer and Mathematician)

04 August 1805

02 September 1865

Dublin, Republic of Ireland

Irish,British

Leo

Feargus OConnorFeargus OConnor
(Chartist Leader)

18 July 1794

30 August 1855

United Kingdom

Cancer

Nancy PelosiNancy Pelosi
(Politician)

26 March 1940

Baltimore

American

Aries

Chris de BurghChris de Burgh
(Singer-songwriter, Singer, Composer, Songwriter)

15 October 1948

Santa Fe

Argentine,British

Libra

Robert FiskRobert Fisk
(Journalist, Historian, Writer, War correspondent)

12 July 1946

Maidstone

British

Cancer

Edward AlbeeEdward Albee
(Playwright, Writer, Screenwriter, University teacher)

12 March 1928

16 September 2016

Washington, D.C.

American

Pisces

William CongreveWilliam Congreve
(Playwright, Poet, Writer, Translator)

24 January 1670

19 January 1729

Leeds

British

Aquarius

William Rowan HamiltonWilliam Rowan Hamilton
(Mathematician, Physicist, Astronomer, Scientist, University teacher, Theoretical physicist)

04 August 1805

02 September 1865

Dublin

Leo

James HillmanJames Hillman
(Psychologist, Philosopher, Non-fiction writer)

12 April 1926

27 October 2011

Atlantic City

American

Aries

Michael DillonMichael Dillon
(Physician)

01 May 1915

15 May 1962

England

British

Taurus

Charles Algernon ParsonsCharles Algernon Parsons
(Engineer, Inventor)

13 June 1854

11 February 1931

London

British

Gemini

Nikolai TolstoyNikolai Tolstoy
(Historian, Non-fiction writer)

23 June 1935

London

British

Cancer

John RedmondJohn Redmond
(Politician)

01 September 1856

06 March 1918

County Wexford

Irish

Virgo

Robert NairacRobert Nairac
(Soldier)

31 August 1948

15 May 1977

Mauritius

British

Virgo

George Johnstone StoneyGeorge Johnstone Stoney
(Physicist)

15 February 1826

05 July 1911

County Offaly

Irish,British

Aquarius

Francis Ysidro EdgeworthFrancis Ysidro Edgeworth
(Economist, Statistician, Lawyer, Mathematician)

08 February 1845

13 February 1926

County Longford

Irish,British

Aquarius

William Parsons, 3rd Earl of RosseWilliam Parsons, 3rd Earl of Rosse
(Astronomer, Politician)

17 June 1800

31 October 1867

York

Gemini

Joseph John ThomsonJoseph John Thomson
(Mathematician, Physicist)

18 December 1856

30 August 1940

Manchester

British

Sagittarius

George Calvert, Baron BaltimoreGeorge Calvert, Baron Baltimore
(President (non)

1632 AD

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