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CAO Open Days at TU Dublin

Posted: 6 March, 2019

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?

TU Dublin is a big place with campuses in Dublin City, Blanchardstown and Tallaght, so throughout April, Schools and Colleges across TU Dublin will host individual Open Days providing CAO applicants with the chance to experience life on campus in Blanchardstown, Aungier Street, Bolton Street, Kevin Street and Cathal Brugha Street. These events are aimed at second-level students, mature students, guidance counsellors, teachers, parents/guardians and just about anyone who is interested in studying at TU Dublin.

Colleges of Sciences and Health Open Day

Kevin Street is the home of Sciences and Health at TU Dublin - City Campus and this is your chance to experience all we have to offer. There will be tours of the labs and other facilities in the College, and student ambassadors will also be on hand to give their perspective and to share their experiences of being a student at TU Dublin - City Campus. 

Where: TU Dublin - City Campus, Kevin Street

When: Saturday 6 April, 9am-12pm

Programmes

Engineering and Built Environment Open Day

For those who want to design life-changing products or build majestic structures in our cities, the Engineering and Built Environment Open Day will take place in Bolton Street. Staff will be on hand to talk about all the programmes on offer and students will talk about what they most enjoy about studying at TU Dublin - City Campus. 

Where: TU Dublin - City Campus, Bolton Street

When: Saturday 6 April, 9am-12pm

Programmes

TU Dublin - Blanchardstown Campus Open Evening

To learn more about TU Dublin - Blanchardstown Campus we invite you to come along to our next Open Evening where you will get the chance to attend programme specific presentations, meet with students and staff and take a campus tour. University is not just about academic learning, and with a wide range of societies and sports clubs, our students have plenty of opportunities to enjoy campus life. 

Where: TU Dublin - Blanchardstown Campus

When: Tuesday 9 April, 5-7pm

Register

Cathal Brugha Street Open Day

Second level students from all over the country have been invited to TU Dublin - City Campus to experience first-hand what it is like to study to become a top chef, hotel manager, event manager, to name just a few exciting careers. Students will get the chance to see some of the classes in action and meet with students currently studying all programmes. 

Where: TU Dublin - City Campus, Cathal Brugha Street

When: Wednesday 10 April, 2-5pm

School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology Website

School of Hospitality Management and Tourism Website

 

College of Business, TU Dublin - City Campus Open Day

Do you ever watch the Apprentice and think to yourself that you could do better? Then attend the College of Business Open Day on Saturday, 13 April to find out all the business-focused programmes available in TU Dublin - City Campus such as Accounting, Management, Marketing and Supply Chain Management. The College of Business at TU Dublin - City Campus offers you a different experience - it is one of Ireland's largest business schools, but you will benefit from small class sizes and an accessible faculty. 

Where: TU Dublin - City Campus, Aungier Street

When: Saturday 13 April, 9:30am - 1pm

TU Dublin - City Campus College of Business Website

 

Will you be a TU Dublin student learning in Kevin Street, Rathmines or Cathal Brugha Street in September 2020? You will be among the first students to move to our state-of-the-art campus in Grangegorman. Check out the plans for the Central Quad and East Quad