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  • Success for Computing Students at Live Skills

    Olivier Bal Petre and Ryan Molyneux placed First and Second in the National Cloud Computing Competition

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  • University Higher Education Scholarships for Adult Learners

    What are the scholarships? The scholarships are intended to remove financial barriers so that adult learners can unlock their potential and realise their academic ambitions.  Uniquely, Uversity’s scholarships will provide full financial support, if required, for the entire period of recipients’ study. 

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  • Full-time Prospectus 2019

    In July 2018 An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD announced that the alliance comprising of the Institute of Technology Tallaght, Dublin Institute of Technology and the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown is set to become the first Technological University (TU Dublin) in Ireland in 2019. 

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  • Annette Sweeney highlights careers in Hospitality & Culinary Arts sector.

    What do you do when the industry you represent, and the third-level courses you are delivering, are attracting dwindling numbers of new entrants? It is a concern shared by Cáit Noone, former head of the Galway international hotel school at Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (she is now vice-president for international and engagement at the college), and Annette Sweeney, co-ordinator of the culinary arts programmes at TU Dublin Tallaght Campus.

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  • Adults Mathematics and Work: from Research into Practice

    More than 70 of the TU Dublin staff, friends and family gathered in the Royal Irish Academy, Dawson Street,  to celebrate the launch of a book co-authored by John Keogh (Science Department, Mathematics Lecturer), Terry Maguire (Director of the National Forum and former Head of Lifelong learning ITT Dublin) and John O’Donoghue University of Limerick.  

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  • Orientation Student Leader 2019 Application

    Orientation Student Leader 2019 Application

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  • Course - working with older people

    Developing an Activities Programme for Older People in Day and Residential Settings The course is a level 7 Continuing Professional Development programme (CPD) that runs over 5 full days. The course generally runs each academic year subject to demand. The course is delivered at the Technological University of Dublin – City campus (formerly DIT) Grangegorman, Dublin 7.

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  • Don’t let mumps interrupt your studies or ruin your exams!

    In 2019, there has been a large increase in the number of mumps cases reported from universities and secondary schools in the Dublin area. If you have not had mumps or have not received two doses of the MMR vaccine, you are at risk of getting mumps. 

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