The agreement will see a total of 60 additional places for EU students in the 2022/23 academic year.
The announcement comes as part of an effort to expand the third-level sector through college places and apprenticeship programmes.
The Trinity Summer Series is set to return to campus next week for the first time since 2019, featuring seven acts across a wide variety of genres.
The late results date will likely see start dates pushed back for incoming first years.
Cabinet approved a number of measures to ensure displaced Ukrainians living in Ireland can access further and higher education.
Students will now be able to earn up to €6,552 outside term time without impacting grant eligibility.
The HEA Bill is to be amended to allow for an increase in the number of student representatives on College Board from two to three.
Protests took place in Dublin, Cork, Galway, and Limerick this afternoon over rising costs of living in Ireland.
Trinity Dean of Graduate Studies Martine Smith has described the awards as 'not fit for purpose'.
In an email to staff and students this evening, Doyle said the advice 'did not reflect the Equality Diversity and Inclusion values of the University'.