Best Universities for Blockchain 2022: Trinity College Dublin

A high number of citations on the blockchain research papers propelled this school to No. 44. This story is part of CoinDesk's Education Week.

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Trinity College Dublin (TCD) is a research university in Ireland founded in 1592. It was ranked 98th on the QS World University Rankings in 2023 and offers students many opportunities to learn about blockchain.

This piece is part of CoinDesk's Education Week

2022 Rank
(+/- 2021)
University Name
Total
Score
Courses
Region
Regional
Rank
44 (NEW)
Trinity College Dublin
45
5
Europe
12

At the Trinity Center for Digital Business, researchers are focused on creating and disseminating knowledge about digital business and business analytics. One area of interest specifically is digital finance and blockchain. Scholars have published 90 blockchain research papers with a notable 2,917 citations.

Students engage with discussion of blockchain and related applications with the Dublin University Computer Science Society, TCD Internet Society, and Trinity Student Managed Fund.

TCD also hosts various blockchain conferences and initiatives such as the Trinity Global Business Forum, the FinTech Fusion, and an Irish Government Blockchain Hackathon.

The university also offers a certificate program in Unpacking Crypto and Blockchain.

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Cathy Choo is on track to graduate from Yale-NUS College in 2024 with a major in mathematics.

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Cathy Choo is on track to graduate from Yale-NUS College in 2024 with a major in mathematics.