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    Conservatory presents glorious opera masterpieces

    TU Dublin Conservatory of Music and Drama presents a double bill of glorious opera masterpieces. The cast of exceptional vocal and orchestral students from the Conservatory will take you on a gripping journey of love and deception from the empires of Ancient Greece to the battlefields of the First Crusade.

    CHERPP Active Learning Manual Launch

    At a reception in his residence, His Excellency Kevin Michael Vickers, Ambassador of Canada to Ireland, launched the Centre for Higher Education Research, Policy and Practice (CHERPP) active learning manual.

    GAA Championship Action gets under way this week

    The Senior Footballers open their Sigerson Championship campaign against UL in TU Dublin Grangegorman at 7:30 pm on Wednesday 16th January 2019. The footballers competed in Division 1 of the league where they found the going tough.

    Early CAO fee is €30 till 20 January 2018

    CAO applications for September 2019 college places opened on 5 November, and already thousands of eager beavers have availed of the discounted application cost of €30. The standard fee of €45 will apply for applications up to 1st February at 5:15 pm.

    TU Dublin formally established by law today

    Tuesday, January 1, 2019: Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin), Ireland’s first technological university, has been formally established by law today.

    Craft 4.0 wins Erasmus+ funding for new technologies project

    Dublin School of Creative Arts has been awarded significant funding under the EU Erasmus+ programme.

    How do we explain our likes & dislikes around food?

    When it comes to new food products, our complex likes and dislikes around a food's flavour or taste are often difficult to decode.

    DARE and HEAR Advice Clinic – 19 January 2019

    TU Dublin will host the Dublin DARE Information Day for anyone that may be thinking about applying to college through the DARE or HEAR schemes. The event takes place on Saturday, 19 January from 10am to 2pm in our Aungier Street campus.

    Tallaght Campus Open Evening - 22 January

    TU Dublin is hosting an Open Evening on Tuesday, 22 January in its Tallaght Campus which is open to everyone including potential CAO applicants, those interested in part-time study and Guidance Counsellors.

    Making an Impact 2018

    TU Dublin PhD Researcher, Dietmar Weiss, is a finalist in the Higher Education Authority competition for communicating research – Making an Impact 2018.

    Professor David FitzPatrick is inaugural President of Technological University Dublin

    Following the designation for TU appointment by Minister for Education and Skills, Joe McHugh TD, the soon to be established Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) is delighted to welcome Professor David FitzPatrick as its inaugural President.

    Setting down roots in Grangegorman

    DIT Grangegorman lost two trees, as old, if not older than DIT itself, to the stormy conditions affecting Dublin over the last year.

    Little Italy and Chancery Lane, Dublin 8.

    From the 1840s until the 1930s, Chancery Lane was the centre of an area known in Dublin as ‘Little Italy’.

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    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.

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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.

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