TU Dublin student wins Silver medal at IrelandSkills Live
Dublin School of Creative Arts Visual Merchandising student, Jenny Mangan, won the Silver Medal at IrelandSkills Live which took place from 21-23 March 2019 at the RDS. Jenny was one of four Dublin School of Creative Arts students who took part in the competition.
Building ESTeEM IWD Event 2019
On International Women’s Day 2019, 85 female students from DEIS schools partnered and linked to TU Dublin visited Grangegorman to hear from staff, industry professionals and students about the exciting opportunities offered by a career in Engineering. The event was organised to coincide with Engineers Week 2019.
CAO Open Days at TU Dublin
In just a few short months, you will sit the biggest exam of your life, so it's understandable that study is taking up all your time. But have you thought what life as a University student will really be like?
MBA Taster Evening - 28 March 2019
If you want to take on a leadership role in your organisation, an MBA from TU Dublin - City Campus will help you develop a holistic overview of any business while fostering your leadership potential. To find out more, register to attend the MBA Taster Evening at TU Dublin - City Campus on Thursday, 28 March at 6:15 pm.
TU Dublin Celebrates Green Week, 25 -29 March 2019
In what has become a much-anticipated annual occasion, students and staff across TU Dublin will celebrate Green Week with a number of seminars, workshops, films and talks exploring various topics related to climate action, sustainability and protecting our environment.
Win a scholarship for a postgraduate programme
Are you contemplating a change in your career, perhaps you want to increase your earning potential, or merely wish to move into another sector? TU Dublin is hosting a Postgraduate Opening Evening on 9 April and is offering all that attend a chance to win a scholarship for the 2019/2020 academic year.
Grangegorman Business Breakfast, Wednesday, 3 April
TU Dublin will host the next Grangegorman Business Breakfast from 8 am to 9.30 am on Wednesday 3rd April 2019 in St. Laurence’s. The central theme of this event is “Food and Hospitality Businesses”.
TU Dublin Creative Arts rank in top 200 worldwide
The QS World University Rankings by Subject has ranked Dublin School of Creative Arts, TU Dublin in their Top 200 Universities for Art and Design in the world.
CanSat comes to TU Dublin
Can you build a satellite in a can? Transition year students from seven secondary schools will compete in the Leinster finals of the prestigious CanSat competition, a European Space Agency initiative, which will be held in Grangegorman this Thursday 21 March.
‘Be Media Smart’ campaign to stop fake news
A new public awareness campaign launched today to coincide with European Media Literacy Week (18-22 March).
TU Dublin - City Campus Win Lynch Cup
Host College TU Dublin - City Campus reversed a half time deficit to capture the Gourmet Food Parlour Lynch Cup for the first time in 21 years with an 8 point victory over the Garda College.
TU Dublin Students Win Big at Games Fleadh 2019
TU Dublin teams comprised of students from the Schools of Computer Science and Media have won five awards at Games Fleadh 2019. The competition provides students with a unique insight into the 138.5 billion dollar gaming industry and access to some of the world’s most successful gaming companies.
VIRaL Develops an AR app for Guinness Storehouse Tour
As part of this year’s St. Patrick’s Festival programme, the TU Dublin Virtual Interaction Research Lab (VIRaL), supported by Hothouse, collaborated with the Guinness Storehouse to develop a mobile Augmented Reality app, to truly bring the Guinness in the Liberties tour to life!
Maths Competency Test - Easter 2019
TU Dublin - City Centre is holding a Mathematics Competency Test (MCT) for applicants to its Level 8 (Honours) Degree Programmes which require Higher Level Maths. Tutorials and the test will take place on the week commencing Monday, 15 April 2019.
Young Women in Apprenticeships
On Tuesday, Minister for Higher Education, Mary Mitchell O’Connor, T.D attended an event hosted by TU Dublin aimed at encouraging more young women to consider a career in a craft trade.
TU Dublin Students Win at IStructE
The Institution of Structural Engineers hosts an annual award show to acknowledge excellence in structural engineering and this year two TU Dublin students, Shane Martin and Graham Eiffe achieved the highest accolades at the ceremony held in Christchurch Cathedral.
TU Dublin at ENGCOMM 2019
Four TU Dublin - City Campus students recently travelled to Montréal to compete at the Global Engineering and Commerce Case Competition which aims to ignite innovation by combining the technical fields of Mechanical Engineering with the dynamic area of Business.
TU Dublin Partners in Three New SFI Centres
Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD and Minister of State for Training, Skills, Innovation, Research and Development, John Halligan TD have announced an investment of over €100 million in six new SFI Centres for Research Training Centres.
Report: Impact of regulation in Irish Property Sector
A report by Dr. Róisín Murphy, Senior Lecturer in the School of Surveying and Construction Management at TU Dublin – City Campus, has found that the majority of Property Service Providers agree that the establishment of the Property Services Regulatory Authority was a positive development for the sector.
TU Dublin students get inside the Registry of Deeds
Established in 1708, the Registry of Deeds in Ireland not only holds deeds and records that relate to centuries of land/property transactions in Ireland but also many records of wills and marriage certificates.
TU Dublin Compete at Design Build Competition
Two multi-disciplinary teams with students from TU Dublin, Oklahoma University International (OU) and Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) recently competed in the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Region 5 Design Build competition.
TU Dublin Academic Launches Mathematics Book
More than 70 TU Dublin staff, friends and family gathered in the Royal Irish Academy, Dawson Street, to celebrate the launch of a book co-authored by Dr John Keogh (Mathematics Lecturer at TU Dublin - City Campus), Terry Maguire (Director of the National Forum) and John O’Donoghue ( University of Limerick).
TU Dublin host RUSTLERS CFAI Cup Finals
TU Dublin City Campus is set to host this year's RUSTLERS CFAI Cup Finals in Grangegorman with the five finals set to take place today and on Wednesday 6th of March.
SURE Network Wins Education Award
Last month, the Science Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) Network was awarded Best Academic Partnership at the 2019 Education Awards.
TU Dublin & Intel Announce Strategic Partnership
Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) has announced a five-year strategic partnership with Intel Ireland as part of a far-reaching programme of collaboration in future talent development, research and engagement. The partnership is in support of the TU Dublin capital campaign Transforming Tomorrow.
TU Dublin student stars in Edna O’Brien’s ‘The Country Girls’
Edna O’Brien’s classic novel, The Country Girls has been adapted for the stage by the author herself and opens in The Abbey Theatre on Thursday 28 February.
Surveying Week at TU Dublin
Property surveying, quantity surveying, geographic surveying – these are all fascinating careers with great employment opportunities!
Bláthnaid Ní Chofaigh meets TU Dublin students
Globally 1.25 billion women do not have access to sanitary products or underwear, so they use cloth, leaves, rags, or tin cans, but two young TU Dublin Graduates are hoping that a menstrual toolkit they have designed will help to improve the lives of some of these women, in particular refugees.
Free online and campus-based Irish classes in TU Dublin
A new term of Free Irish Language Classes on campus and online for TU Dublin Staff & Students will begin from the 4th February 2019 organised by Oifig na Gaeilge, TU Dublin’s Irish language office and Gaelchultúr Teo. and supported by Staff Development.
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