TU Dublin student wins design competition for breast cancer examination kit
Daniella Kaligorsky, Product Design student from Technological University Dublin, has won the annual Design Innovation in Plastics (DIP) competition. The results were announced at the final awards ceremony at Painters Hall, London, on Friday 05 July.
Guayaquil Archipelago 8-14 July
Academics and PhD Students from GradCAM at TU Dublin and Universidad de las Artes have organised the Guayaquil Archipelago, a symposium and art exhibition, taking place in Ecuador from 8-14 July.
Seven steps to securing your student grant
Starting University should be an exciting time, so make sure you start on the right foot by getting your finances in order and apply for your student grant as soon as possible.
Academic planning workshop for TU Dublin
Pictured in An Croí on the Grangegorman campus were senior members of TU Dublin academic staff, registrars, and the strategic planning steering group, following an academic planning workshop for the University last week.
A-STEP 2030 - Employer Focus Group
How can we better prepare Engineers to meet the needs of society in this rapidly changing world? What skills will engineers need to help achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and how can our higher education institutions develop programmes to enhance those skills within engineering students?
LKE 2019, TU Dublin, Tallaght Campus - October 2019
TU Dublin will host the 7th International Symposium on Language & Knowledge Engineering (LKE 2019) on its Tallaght Campus on 29-31 October 2019.
First TU Dublin conferring in Nanjing Tech University
Graduates of three programmes, run collaboratively between TU Dublin and Nanjing Tech University, were conferred with their awards at a ceremony in Nanjing on 21st June.
TU Dublin and TU Delft To Host TMCE 2020 Symposium
TU Dublin and TU Delft will host the thirteenth International Tools and Methods of Competitive Engineering Symposium or TMCE 2020 in Dublin in May 2020.
Women In Architecture: Revealing Grangegorman
Leading figures in Irish Architecture recently gathered in Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) to learn about the Urban Regeneration project at Grangegorman, including the development of the University’s flagship campus.
Cost of Living Guide 2019/2020
Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) has released its annual Cost of Living Guide for students for 2019-20. The guide is designed to help those starting Higher Education in September.
THE GOLDEN BANDSTAND
The Grangegorman Development Agency (GDA) today announced that artist Garrett Phelan had been appointed to undertake a significant new contemporary work of art: ‘THE GOLDEN BANDSTAND– Sculpture’ for the new quarter and it is expected to be in place by autumn 2020.
Access to Apprenticeship Information Session
TU Dublin is hosting an information session about its training programme Access to Apprenticeship on Tuesday, 25 June at 3 pm in Bolton Street. The deadline to apply for the September course is Wednesday, 31 July 2019.
Webcourses will cease to exist on August 19th 2019
Following an extensive consultation and tendering process, TU Dublin (City Campus) is moving to a new virtual learning environment - Brightspace. Consequently, Blackboard/webcourses will cease to exist on Monday, 19 August 2019.
TU Dublin in partnership with Lisney
For over three years, Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) and Lisney, have collaborated on a valuation project for undergraduate students of Auctioneering, Valuation & Estate Agency and Masters Students of Real Estate.
"Fingal Bee Positive" Garden Scoops Gold at Bloom 2019
TU Dublin is delighted to announce that "Fingal Bee Positive", a show garden developed in partnership with Fingal County Council, has won a Gold Medal in the Bloom 2019 Large Garden Category.
Volunteers needed for TU Dublin Orientation 2019
Campus Life in TU Dublin - City Campus is aiming to make TU Dublin Orientation Week more engaging, and more student-centred, with lots of student volunteers available to show their new colleagues around.
TU Dublin is committed to building vital relationships with our expanding community locally, nationally and internationally that draw on the power of scholarship and discovery to transform lives and advance the public good.
A friendly campus made up of 20,000 students from every part of the world and all backgrounds makes for an exciting and fun place to learn and live life. From sports clubs to cultural events, our TU Dublin community has it all.