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"Everything must change so
that everything can stay the same"
(Tomasi di Lampedusa)
Set in it's own grounds amongst the famous Phoenix Park, King's College Dublin confers a competitive edge of innovative excellence on the Irish education scene today at the third, fourth and fifth levels going forward. Some of our renowned excellent academics are already tip-tops in their fields; others are being brought up to speed through an aggressive program of diagnostic re-purposing. Our students already score higher average grades than any other Irish university, and we have plans to raise our standards still higher with regards to this particular benchmark of excellence. Our record of change and adaptativity are second to none. We're abolishing traditional "subjects" and replacing them with exciting new interdisciplinary thinktanks and research centers. This web site gives a flavour of the world-class developments currently planned in the great little College by the banks of the Liffey.
The recent demise of President Oliver Cregan posed the greatest threat to the excellence of King's College Dublin since the poisoning of President Bradley back in the 1950s. Happily, an injection of visionary leadership under President O'Toole, and a host of exciting global partnership solution situations, have combined to relaunch Ireland's third oldest university into a new orbit among the leading universities of the globalized world of the new millennium. Come and join us. Céad Míle Fáilte. Good to have you on board. Together, we can make it happen. As Wernher von Braun used to say, the sky is no longer the limit.
"Plus ça change, plus c'est tout à fait différent" (Anonyme)
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