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    Making a change to your CAO form? Think TU Dublin

    When you completed your CAO form earlier this year, you probably had lots of distractions, but now that your exams are over, you have time to review your course choices with a clear head. TU Dublin has some tips to help you reconsider your choices.


    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.

    Winners of the Note by Note contest in Paris June 7th

    TU Dublin culinary artists win Note by Note Congratulations to David Hurley and Eugenia Xynada from TU Dublin, School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology who achieved joint first place in the student category of the Note by Note contest which took place at AgroParisTech. Paris. on Friday June 7th.

    Can we tell the difference between sane and insane?

    Dr Vanesa Martinez, Lecturer in Fundamental Biology at the School of Biological Sciences, asks what does it mean to be insane?

    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.

    CAO Online Chat – 26th June - 28th June, 2-4pm daily

    Are you thinking of applying to study at TU Dublin via the CAO? Ahead of the CAO Change of Mind deadline of Monday, 1 July 2019. Our Admissions teams are here to help!

    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.

    2019 Sir Richard Morrison Scholarship Awards

    At the End of Year show on Friday 7th June, the Dublin School of Architecture announced the winners of the 2019 Sir Richard Morrison Scholarships for Architecture and Architectural Technology.

    Mont Kavanagh Awards

    Four talented TU Dublin students of Architecture and Architectural Technology were recognised for engagement and academic excellence at the End of Year show in the Dublin School of Architecture, TU Dublin on Friday, 7 June.

    TU Dublin and ESB Powering Talent, Innovation and Inclusion

    Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) and ESB have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to establish a framework of strategic collaboration that will include three key areas - Research and Development, Talent Promotion and Diversity and Inclusion.

    TU Dublin Student Wins Griffiths & Armour Bursary

    Griffiths & Armour Insurance Brokers, in partnership with Engineers Ireland and the Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland (ACEI) just announced that TU Dublin student, Helen Skeffington-Kelly, is an inaugural winner of the ‘Engineering Futures’ bursary. Helen is a second-year Civil & Structural Engineering student.

    Dublin School of Architecture End of Year Show 2019

    Students of the Dublin School of Architecture, TU Dublin, are exhibiting some of their most exciting work at the end of year show which launched on Friday, 7 June until Friday, 14 June.

    TU Dublin Student Reaches Final of Design Contest

    Daniella Kaligorsky, a Product Design student at TU Dublin, has presented her newly created product to a panel of judges at the finals of the Design Innovation in Plastics (DIP) competition, 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.

    TU Dublin Students On Winning Spree

    Four students studying Product Design at TU Dublin have invented a portable kit for testing parasites in animals, which reduces the wait time for a result from several days to a matter of minutes.

    DCT Group sponsors TU Dublin Student Awards

    Digital Construction Technologies Group, a virtual design and construction consultancy firm generously awarded eight TU Dublin students for the ‘Best presentation on the Multidisciplinary Collaboration Project module of the Postgraduate Diploma in Collaborative BIM stage of the MSc in applied Building Information Modelling & Management’.

    "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.

    TU Dublin Students Collaborate With Microsoft

    For the second year running, students of the M.Sc in Marketing collaborated with Microsoft to build and execute live online advertising campaigns, for small local enterprises, using the Microsoft Advertising platform.

    PhD Research Opportunity - Arts and Tourism

    The College of Arts & Tourism at TU Dublin is seeking applications from candidates interested in a PhD research opportunity in the areas of Arts Festivals and Cultural Engagement.

    Margins and Marginalities in France and Ireland

    The 13th AFIS (Association of Franco-Irish Studies) conference took place in the Université de Lille on the 24-24 May, with over 60 delegates in attendance and stimulating papers on the theme of Margins and Marginalities in France and Ireland.

    TU Dublin Wins Funding For Higher Education Research

    TU Dublin researchers, Dr Sharon Feeney and Dr Deirdre Lillis, have won Government of Ireland funding to undertake comparative research on higher education policy issues between Ireland and New Zealand.

    IDEA Camp 2019

    The hugely successful innovation academy, IDEA, returns this summer with host, TU Dublin, currently seeking applications from exceptional secondary school students interested in learning about design and emerging technologies such as 3D printing.

    Women in Architecture at Grangegorman, 20 June

    On Thursday, 20 June, female architects working on various projects in Grangegorman will take part in a panel discussion in St. Laurence's Church about their work.

    Students Learning With Communities Awards 2019

    Congratulations to all the students and community partners who received awards and certificates at the annual Students Learning With Communities awards event which took place in Grangegorman last week.

    Blenders look to the future with TU Dublin

    One of Ireland’s most recognisable food businesses, Blenders, has announced its support of the Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) Transforming Tomorrow capital campaign.

    Prize-giving ceremony for Property Economics Students

    Since 2017, Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) and Chartered Surveyors and Commercial Property Consultants, Bannon, have collaborated on an Applied Investment and Asset Valuations module for final-year Property Economics students.

    Gaeltacht Scholarships for TU Dublin Staff & Students

    Oifig na Gaeilge, TU Dublin’s Irish Language Office is offering scholarships to current TU Dublin staff and students who would like to spend a week in the Gaeltacht on an Irish language course this summer.

    TU Dublin Lecturer Wins RSC Education Award

    Dr Barry Ryan, a lecturer in Biochemistry at Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin), has won the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) Higher Education Teaching Award 2019.

    Developing all learners: Big data in higher education

    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.


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    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.