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Fáilte an Uachtaran President’s Welcome As Ireland’s first Technological University Dublin, TU Dublin, adapted quickly to the COVID19 predicament. For example, we hope that you and your Leaving Certificate class were able to participate in our virtual open day events earlier this year and that you found them useful. This agility continues to be needed in this new academic year. We have re-configured how our School Liaison team will work with you and your students and we hope that we can continue to support you. We have also developed a digital prospectus for the first time. This new online portal is a one-stop- shop for you and your students with all the usual information you expect from a prospectus, but with audio and video content direct from our students and lecturers. Our student ambassadors will also be on hand at any time to talk about why they chose their course and what their experience has been. The portal will be responsive so it can be easily viewed on mobile phones as well as on computers. While due to public health guidelines, the School Liaison team may not get to visit your school in person, they will arrange virtual visits to answer your questions and those of your students. NEW DEVELOPMENTS As you may remember, we had planned to open the East and Central Quads in Grangegorman and to welcome 10,000 students in September 2020. Construction was suspended on sites for over three months due to COVID19, but we are happy to tell you that the East Quad will be ready in 2020 with the Central Quad following in 2021. In other news, Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris TD announced that the planned capital investment projects for the Blanchardstown and Tallaght campuses will proceed to tender. We will keep you updated on the progress of these projects over the next year. Meanwhile construction has already begun on the new Sport Science building on the Tallaght campus and it will be completed by September 2021. Our motto in TU Dublin is ‘infinite possibilities’, and we want to assure you that COVID19 will not prevent the University and your students from exploring those possibilities. Please contact our School Liaison team at email@example.com who will answer any questions you may have, to register for virtual events, for updates & to give us your feedback. David FitzPatrick President – TU Dublin Clar ábhair Contents - We Are TU Dublin - TU Dublin life o Transport o Accommodation o Student Support Services o Sport o Access Entry - Porgammes by Location
Is muidne OT Baile Átha Cliath We Are TU Dublin Deeply embedded in our region, TU Dublin has Our Undergraduate campuses in Dublin City Centre, in Blanchardstown and in Tallaght and, through our major infrastructural Programmes development plan, we are currently investing over €500 In our first TU Dublin prospectus, you million in new, state-of-the-art, technology-enabled will have seen that we have grouped our facilities to enhance our students’ experience. programmes around nine broad discipline areas to encourage students to consider a A leader in STEM disciplines, TU Dublin also supports the range of options that may suit their interests largest cohorts of students of Business, Media, Culinary and abilities. For your convenience, in this Arts, and the Creative and Performing Arts. We are booklet we have listed programmes by level passionate about life-long learning and, as the largest and by Campus Location. provider of part-time education, we make an important contribution to the economic life of Ireland, enabling Setting your students up for capacity building for the future. success Our distinguished researchers and innovators are pioneers As the only University offering many in science and technological discovery; play active roles options at Level 6/7 as well as Level 8, we in informing policy and standards; and contribute to the encourage students to choose the entry creative life of Ireland. Our award-winning technology point that best suits them. To help them transfer and business incubation activity has delivered to understand that they can continue over 400 new sustainable businesses with an economic their studies from that starting point to value of almost €700 million. the highest level of their abilities and ambitions. For some students, entering We welcome students and staff from around the higher education at Level 6/7 allows them world and our strong international partnerships to develop personally and academically and provide opportunities for student and staff exchange they will often choose to progress to Level 8 programmes, major cross-collaboration research and beyond. projects, and employment opportunities. We are immensely proud of our network of 100,000+ TU Dublin graduates who are making their careers here in Ireland and in 70 countries worldwide. Joining the ranks of exceptional technological universities around the world, TU Dublin is a member of the recently designated European University of Technology consortium, EUt+, and we are planning an exciting future... Infinite Possibilities. tudublin.ie Scholarships & Sports Scholarships Bursaries TU Dublin offers an Elite Athletes Sports Scholarship programme to prospective students who excel across all sporting codes. The Scholarship includes financial TU Dublin Foundation works with corporate support as well as training and mentoring. Current partners, alumni and donors to help to create a scholars represent a wide range of sports from GAA, supportive learning environment for students of all rugby and soccer to archery, hockey and rowing. ages and backgrounds. In 2019/20, the Foundation They also represent a wide range of academic administered over 60 student scholarships, disciplines and include both undergraduates and supported by philanthropy. These scholarships postgraduates. Interested applicants can find out reward students for their hard work and dedication more at tudublin.ie/scholarships but they also help recipients to remain in full-time education and frequently provide opportunities for valuable work experience with well-renowned companies. Scholarship criteria vary by discipline, you can find information on scholarships at tudublin.ie/scholarships
Student Experience in TU Dublin Students are at the heart of all that we do in TU Dublin, and we want all of our students to succeed. While academic progress is important, so too is Common entry routes every student’s health, happiness and well-being. We It can be difficult for students coming recognise that starting studies at University can be straight from secondary school to know daunting at first, but there are many support services exactly what strand of business, scientific or ready to help students to adjust. That may include engineering study would be of most interest help in finding the right accommodation, seeking to them. We have developed common first financial assistance, or help with academic writing year entry routes in those disciplines so or mathematics. A full range of services are available students have an opportunity to gain a on campus to make sure students get the best out of broad understanding of their subject in their their university experience. first year before choosing to specialise in a particular direction. TU Dublin campuses We have campuses in the three largest areas of Pathways to Higher Education population growth in the Greater Dublin region – Not all of your students choose higher Blanchardstown in Dublin 15, Tallaght in Dublin 24 and education, but they all deserve to know in Dublin City at Aungier Street, Bolton Street and our about the opportunities that are available new campus in Grangegorman. to them. TU Dublin is committed to offering those opportunities through the Grangegorman Campus national HEAR and DARE programmes Students applying to TU Dublin in 2021 may be but also through our flexible Access TU studying at our new campus in Grangegorman. Dublin pathways. As the largest supporter Although construction was delayed in 2020 due of widening participation in Irish higher to COVID-19, it is now close to completion and education, we are available to advise you in September 2021 will accommodate 10,000 or your students and their families on how students. These will include students of media, to make entry to higher education possible. law, social sciences, visual and performing arts in Contact details are available on tudublin.ie the beautiful East Quad; and students of sciences and health, electrical and electronic engineering, and culinary arts and hospitality in the amazing facilities of the Central Quad. This will mean that students will move from Rathmines (Music and Drama), Kevin Street (Sciences & Health, Electrical & Electronic Engineering), Aungier Street (Media and Law), Cathal Brugha Street (Culinary Arts, Hospitality, Food Science). Programmes in Business will remain in Aungier Street but are scheduled to move to Grangegorman in early 2023. Programmes Important Dates in Architecture and Engineering will remain in Bolton Street, less than ten minutes’ walk from the for your Students: Grangegorman campus. As always we will be running several events over the year including our portfolio clinics and our maths competency test. This year because of Covid-19 our events will be offered in a virtual format. The detail of each of our events will be published and updated regularly at our website tudublin. ie/events. The detail will also be available at qualifax/careers portal.
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ON YOUR BIKE! ON THE BUSES! LUAS, DART and IRISH RAIL 1 in 10 TU Dublin students cycle to All of our locations are serviced Luas Green Line serves TU Dublin college. It’s a great way to keep fit and by several bus routes, which are at Grangegorman, Bolton Street, save money while in college. Below too numerous to list here, so we Cathal Brugha Street, Kevin Street and are some tips for cycling around recommend you find the best bus Aungier Street. Dublin. route using the Dublin Bus website: www.dublinbus.ie. Dublin Bus also Luas Red Line is convenient 1. Use the Transport for Ireland have a fantastic app with real-time to TU Dublin at Tallaght, Bolton Cycle Planner app to identify information which says when your next Street, Cathal Brugha Street and the shortest, safest route to your bus is due, so you don’t have to wait Grangegorman campus. at the bus-stop for too long! www.luas.ie 2. Get a good lock. It should cost Bus Eireann: Irish Rail and Dart stations at 10-20% of the value of your bike Bus Eireann, serves TU Dublin Campus Heuston Station, Broombridge, and learn how to lock your bike locations from towns and cities in the Connolly Station, Pearse Street, and securely. The 5 minute YouTube greater Dublin area and surrounding Tara Street are in walking distance or video “Bicycle Security in Counties. The service is frequent and have easy bus and Luas connections Dublin” is a very good tutorial on reliable and makes TU Dublin easily to all city centre campus locations. bike-locking and could save you a accessible from the likes of Ashbourne, www.irishrail.ie lot of money. Cavan, Carlow, Dundalk, Drogheda, Kildare, Kells, Mullingar, Naas, Navan, 3. Most TU Dublin sites have secure Portlaoise, Trim and Tullamore. bike racks and onsite showers for cyclists. See the list of Private Providers: campus facilities on page 4. If There are also several private you don’t want to invest in a providers such as Matthews bike, membership of Dublinbikes Coaches (Dundalk), Collins Coaches costs €25 per year, and most TU (Monaghan), Dublin Coaches (Kildare Dublin sites are convenient to a Village) Dublinbike stand. Shuttle Bus: A service runs from Coolmine Train Station and Blanchardstown Shopping Centre to the Blanchardstown campus. 1 in 10 TU Dublin students cycle to college
Leideanna Lóistín ó OT Baile Átha Cliath Accommodation Tips from TU Dublin Dublin is a vibrant and busy General Advice for Students for 2020/2021 destination. However, it is a Owing to the impact of the Covid 19 virus, choosing accommodation to suit individual needs is important. Student relatively small city so student Hubs are the ideal choice of accommodation, especially for accommodation is in demand. If international students and those wishing to reside in Dublin you’re from outside Dublin one full time. Host family accommodation is ideal for those on a budget and those who don’t need to stay in Dublin all week. of the things you will need to Please check our website regularly for updates and advice on consider is to find somewhere to accommodation. live and we have some tips to help make the process a little easier. Live with a Host Family Host family accommodation is where homeowners let out a room in their home to students for the duration of their studies. Talk to our StudentPad Experts This is ideal for first year students, those on a budget and A lot of students don’t know Dublin well, students who do not need to reside in Dublin full time. Host so we advise the first thing they should do family is available on a five and seven day basis and now, is check out TU Dublin StudentPad – see many homeowners are offering accommodation for fewer tudublinstudentpad.ie/Accommodation than five nights, to facilitate a reduced timetable. Host family this will help them to find out the best spaces average €140 per five day week, and students pay locations for their campus. Our campuses are rent for fewer weeks than in student accommodation. Of all spread throughout Dublin in Blanchardstown, the accommodation options, this is the most economical, and Tallaght and the City Centre, so travel is offers the most flexibility. Bills are included in the cost, and normally cheaper and easier if you choose many hosts provide optional extras such as a light breakfast an area that is closer to your particular and evening meal. In addition, students can opt for a five location. For example, the suburbs of Cabra day rental agreement if they plan to return home for the or Phibsborough are closer to Bolton Street weekend. Rent in host family accommodation is typically or Grangegorman. We also suggest the use paid for 25-30 weeks over the academic year, where as in of Google maps to calculate the best or campus style student accommodation the rent is typically paid cheapest routes. for 40 weeks. Host families advertise on Student Pad – see tudublinstudentpad.ie/Accommodation. Staying in a Student Hub If you like to be close to the action, campus style accommodation may be the option for you. TU Dublin has block booked bed spaces with some external providers of campus style accommodation. You can find more information about these providers on TU Dublin StudentPad here tudublinstudentpad.ie/Accommodation. Private Rented Accommodation You might prefer to live in a shared property with friends, and the best place to search for this type of housing is on Daft. ie. When you find a suitable property, make sure you get your property owner to confirm, in writing, the length of your lease, the conditions you must meet to get your deposit back, who to contact if anything goes wrong and how much notice they need before you leave the property. Make sure you get a receipt for all money paid, avoid paying in cash, and when you move in take photos of any damage so you don’t get charged for it when you leave.
Accommodation Advice during Host Family Accommodation Covid 19 restrictions • If students are staying with a Host Family, they should communicate with the homeowner and ask for their Student Hubs plan should Covid 19 impact the household. • Discuss options with the homeowner in advance. • Contact the provider directly for updates on • Ask about any regulations they may have for this year. accommodation and possible accommodation • Check the TU Dublin website regularly and seek discounts. Their websites may not always reflect advice from the accommodation service. recent changes to regulations and alterations to • Enquire about a shorter stay and negotiate a accommodation offers. reduced price. • Students will have to pay a booking deposit. There are end dates advertised for bookings and Private Rented Accommodation deposits; however, if they contact the provider, We anticipate that the reduction in Airbnb business they can negotiate a later date for paying the will free up some rented accommodation in Dublin. balance of first term. Our accommodation service does not manage private • In our Student Hubs, the room is the students rented accommodation; however, there are some for the duration of the college year and some advertised on TU Dublin StudentPad and on the Daft providers offer single semester bookings. student site www.daft.ie/student-accommodation • Once the student has checked in, they should Please refer to our website for information on property. follow the advice of the staff. Staff are trained and skilled in dealing with the impact of Covid and any Covid outbreaks. • Students should get to know fellow residents. Students live in the same environment with the same ‘family unit’ for the entire period, reducing the risk of infection. • Keep abreast of Covid 19 advice and updates on the TU Dublin website and the HSE website. tudublin.ie/covid19 www2.hse.ie/coronavirus
Seirbhísí Tacaíochta na Mac Léinn Student Support Services Disability Support Our Disability Support Team are committed to supporting students with disabilities and to ensure Students are at the heart of all that that any student with a disability is not at an we do in TU Dublin and we want all educational disadvantage during their studies. We of our students to succeed. While encourage any student with a physical, sensory or learning disability, medical or mental health academic progress is important, so condition, to register with us so suitable supports too is our student’s health, happiness can be put in place. and well-being. We recognise that starting studies at University can Academic Learning Support be daunting at first but support is As part of college work, students are required available to help you adjust. These to submit written assignments, essays, projects, examination scripts, dissertations, and theses. These supports may include help in finding require students to be able to present information, the right accommodation and how communicate ideas, develop and make an argument to get to and from college; the effectively. Defined as academic writing skills, these services available on campus; and core competences are viewed as a key indicator for success in college and our Academic Learning how get the best out of college. To Support Team is here to help. find out more, read on … Mathematics Learning Support Centre Mathematics at third level can prove to be a Health Centre challenge for some students so we provide additional Our Student Health Centre provides a holistic support for our students including help with specific approach to health, including on-campus healthcare topics and open drop-in tutorials that students may and specialist clinics. Our service incorporates find helpful. physical, psychological and social aspects of student health and health promotion. We provide a friendly, Student Financial Aid open-door, confidential service. We recognise that some students may face financial difficulties during their time at college and a number Counselling Services of assistance schemes are in place to support such Our Student Counselling Service is available to students. These schemes are co-funded by the Irish support students with any problem or experience that Government and the European Social Fund as part affects their ability to concentrate on college work of the ESF Programme for Employability, Inclusion or to enjoy life as a student. A team of professional and Learning 2014-2020. The funding is available counselling psychologists and psychotherapists is to full- time registered TU Dublin students and available across our locations to support students who certain part-time registered students. This scheme is are experiencing personal and emotional difficulties, designed to help those in severe financial difficulties relationship and family problems and a range of other due to unforeseen circumstances or students who mental health challenges. are disadvantaged and require additional financial support to continue their third-level studies. Pastoral Care and Chaplaincy Services These funds cannot be used for the purposes of Starting University can be a challenging time and registration or tuition fees. our Pastoral Care and Chaplaincy Team has lots of experience dealing with the issues that can arise. For more information on any of our Student Support We offer a range of services and encourage students Services, check out our website at tudublin.ie/ to drop in as needed - most of the time there is no currentstudents. need to make an appointment.
Léirigh Suim sa Spórt ag OT Baile Átha Cliath Discover Sport Milica Stankovic at TU Dublin Sport in the new TU Dublin University supports Participation and Performance in Sport and the Health and Wellbeing of students!! Our success in National and International sporting arenas helps to enhance and promote the TU Dublin Participation in Sport identity and brings huge pride to the university, Sports Clubs provide a huge range of opportunities inspiring the next generation of athletes. to be active, train, participate and/or compete in sport. With nearly 40 sports clubs, ranging from If you are thinking of applying for a place on the water sports, team sports and adventure sports, Athlete Support Programme, have a look at bit. catering for all types of activity and ability level, the ly/3kKfQwi and see what our elite athletes have to say! University has a club for you to be active, meet new friends and more importantly to have fun! We also run intramural sports programmes, tournaments and fun events alongside ‘come & try’ programmes in an array of sports and lots more. If you want to know a little more about what it is all about, have a look at bit.ly/2ROe9BQ and see what TU Dublin students have to say! Performance Sport Sean Waddilove Our Athlete Support Programme is one of Ireland’s most highly regarded performance programmes for talented young athletes who wish to compete and succeed at the highest sporting level while simultaneously pursuing an academic programme at TU Dublin. Elite student-athletes are provided the opportunity of developing their sporting career by offering the highest standards in sport service Sports Facilities provision and academic mentoring support. TU Dublin Sport boasts a wide range of top quality sport, fitness and performance facilities across our Ellen Keane - Irish Paralympic Bronze Medallist, campus locations. Whether you are a recreational 2016 Rio Paralympics “The programme has allowed gym user, training, participating or competing in sport me to make adjustments to my timetable without or a performance athlete going for gold, our sports sacrificing the quality of my training and college facilities will cater for you. education. I started at TU Dublin as a Paralympic athlete but will leave as a Paralympic Medallist and • Synthetic & Natural Grass Pitches this would not have been possible without the support • 5-A-Side & 7-A-Side pitches I have received”. • Sport Halls • State of the Art Gyms • Exercise & Fitness Studios • Tennis Courts The University is also at the planning and construction phase for further indoor sport facilities at Grangegorman and Tallaght campus. For more information on any of our TU Dublin Sport Ellen Keane Services, check out our website at tudublin.ie/for- students/student-life/sport or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cuireann muid an Réimse is Mó de Bhealaí Iontrála Rochtana ar fáil sa Tír We Offer the Largest Range of Access Entry Routes in the Country. Here at TU Dublin we are committed to ensuring that all individuals, regardless of financial or other circumstances, are encouraged to consider higher education and supported in accessing the programme that interests and best suits them. With the widest range of entry routes of any University in the country, we aim to ensure that third level education becomes a reality for students who have the passion and the motivation to succeed. Disability Access Route to Education These routes include national programmes such (DARE) as HEAR, DARE, and QQI, but also our own flexible DARE is a third level alternative admissions scheme Access TU Dublin route. We also offer a Foundation for school leavers whose disabilities have had a Programme to help students prepare for higher negative impact on their second level education. education. DARE offers places at lower points to applicants who as a result of having a disability have experienced Here are some pathways for you to additional educational challenges in second level consider: education. Once you have accepted your place, additional supports will be provided to assist you Higher Education Access Entry Route in your studies in TU Dublin. For more information, (HEAR) check out www.accesscollege.ie/DARE. HEAR is a third level alternative admissions scheme for school-leavers who have experienced socio- QQI Access TU Dublin economic disadvantage. HEAR offers places at lower QQI Access TU Dublin entry route is aimed at points to school leavers who, due to their socio- students, from a socio economically disadvantaged economic background, have experienced additional background, who have already completed a QQI educational challenges in second level education. Level 5 or 6 course and are applying to TU Dublin Eligible applicants who are offered a place through through the Higher Education Links Scheme (HELS). the HEAR route will receive academic, personal and For more information, check out the QQI website at social supports in TU Dublin. For more information, www.QQI.ie. check out the HEAR website at www.accesscollege. ie/HEAR. Access TU Dublin Our own Access TU Dublin is a flexible entry route aimed at school leavers from socio economically disadvantaged backgrounds who would like to study a full-time undergraduate course in TU Dublin but who may not meet the requirements for the HEAR programme. TU Dublin Access Foundation Programme TU Dublin Access Foundation is a multidisciplinary one year full-time programme that prepares students to pursue undergraduate study at TU Dublin. Students who successfully complete the programme will be offered a place on an appropriate undergraduate course at the University. TU Dublin provides a wide variety of supports to help students adjust to University life so that you gain maximum benefit from your time with us. For further information, check out our website at tudublin.ie.
Unibuddy Unibuddy is a peer to peer live chat platform with our current students and staff, they are there to assist you with your decisions, they can give advice about details of a course, what it is like to study at TU Dublin or what is the best way to get to campus. They’re there to help at tudublin.ie/study/chat, see below some of the students and their profiles all waiting to hear from you. Ama Film & Broadcasting Mark Electrical Services & Energy Management Emma IN SHORT Digital I COME FROM Forensics & Dublin, Ireland Cyber IN SHORT I SPEAK Security I COME FROM English, Twi, Italian Naas, County Kildare, Ireland I’M CURRENTLY IN I SPEAK 3rd Year English IN SHORT I’M CURRENTLY IN I COME FROM ACADEMIC LIFE 2nd Year Dublin, Ireland FAVOURITE COURSES I SPEAK Identity & Popular Culture ACADEMIC LIFE Irish, English PREVIOUS STUDIES FAVOURITE COURSES I’M CURRENTLY IN Irish Leaving Certificate Electrical Engineering · Energy 3rd Year & the Environment · Electrical SOCIAL LIFE Principles ACADEMIC LIFE HOBBIES & INTERESTS PREVIOUS STUDIES FAVOURITE COURSES Cinema Irish Leaving Certificate Cyber Security · Digital SOCIETIES Forensics · Networking · Secure Film Society SOCIAL LIFE Communications · Mathematics HOBBIES & INTERESTS PREVIOUS STUDIES ABOUT ME Rugby Union · Obscure Facts Irish Leaving Certificate I am a third year Film & SOCIETIES Broadcasting student who hopes Rugby Club SOCIAL LIFE to become a Line Manager & First HOBBIES & INTERESTS AD. I enjoy organising, creating ABOUT ME People Networking · Twitter · budgets & eating pineapple on Hi everyone! I’m currently a 2nd Public Speaking · Adventure travel pizza. I try to use my time to year student here at TU Dublin & activities · Capture the Flags engage in work that allows me to City campus & I hope to go on SOCIETIES help other people reach a point to become an Electrical Engineer Ethical Hacking Society of understanding. I aim to create when I finish my course . When works that provoke thoughts & I was in secondary I had no idea ABOUT ME actions preferably political & to what to expect from TU Dublin Hi there, I’m Emma, I am a current travel as much as I can. but after a year here I love it. 3rd year student at TU Dublin So if anyone has any questions – Blanchardstown, studying a about either my course or City Bachelor of Science (Honours) of Campus I’d be more than happy Computing in Digital Forensics & to help. Cyber Security! I am extremely passionate about the course & cyber industry & would love to answer any questions you might have regarding the tech courses and/or campus!
Cláir de réir Suímh Programmes by Location TU Dublin School Liaison team The members of our TU Dublin School Liaison team are available to support you in providing information to your students on any of our programmes. This year because of Covid-19 our events will be offered in a virtual format. The detail of each of our events will be published and updated regularly at our website tudublin.ie/events. The detail will also be available at Qualifax/Careers Portal website. Please contact our School Liaison team at email@example.com who will answer any questions you may have. BAILE BHLAINSÉIR BLANCHARDSTOWN CODE TITLE DURATION AWARD PLACES ENTRY REQUIREMENTS POINTS POINTS LEVEL (APPROX) (Irish Leaving Certificate) 2020 2019 Round 1 Round 1 Minimum number of Minimum grade in Subjects H5’S Maths English /Irish LEVEL 6 TU605 Innealtóireacht Leictreonach 7 Faisnéise New for NEW* Electronic & Information Engineering 1 2 6 30 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 2021 TU655 Ríomhaireacht - Teicneolaíochtaí Líonraithe New in (Foghlaim 7 Oibrigh) 2 6 20 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 410* 2020 Computing (Networking Technologies) (Learn & Work) TU670 Gnó O6/H7/F2 New for 2 6 50 5 O6/H7 NEW* Business 2 or Higher 2021 LEVEL 7 TU708 Innealtóireacht (Iontráil Ghinearálta) 3 7 40 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 225 AQA** Engineering (General Entry) 3 TU711 Innealtóireacht Mheicitreonach 3 7 25 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 223 188 Mechatronic Engineering TU713 Innealtóireacht Ríomhaireachta 3 7 25 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 221 180 Computer Engineering TU719 Dearadh, Teicneolaíocht 7 Nuálaíocht 3 7 25 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 228 AQA** Design, Technology & Innovation TU722 Ionstraimíocht 7 Uathoibriú Próiseas (Foghlaim 7 New in Oibrigh) 3 7 25 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 410* 2020 Process Instrumentation & Automation (Learn & Work) TU735 Bainistíocht angus Cóitseáil Spórt O6/H7/F2 3 7 35 5 O6/H7 270 232 Sports Management & Coaching or Higher TU757 Ríomhaireacht - Teicneolaíocht Faisnéise 3 7 60 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 225 AQA** Computing (Information Technology) TU758 Ríomhaireacht - Fóiréinsic Dhigiteach 7 Cibearshlándáil 3 7 40 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 220 188 Digital Forensics & Cyber Security TU772 Gnó O6/H7/F2 3 7 80 5 O6/H7 AQA** AQA** Business 4 or Higher TU781 Margaíocht Dhigiteach O6/H7/F2 3 7 20 5 06/H7 220 180 Digital Marketing or Higher TU788 Cuntasaíocht 7 Airgeadas O6/H7/F2 3 7 40 5 O6/H7 260 240 Accounting & Finance 5 or Higher TU790 Cúram 7 Oideachas Luath-Óige O6/H7/F2 3 7 50 5 06/H7 220 230 Early Childhood Care & Education 6 or Higher TU791 Staidéar Sóisialta Feidhmeach - Cúram Sóisialta O6/H7/F2 3 7 60 5 O6/H7 320 270 Applied Social Studies in Social Care or Higher TU792 Forbairt Pobail 7 Ógra O6/H7/F2 3 7 40 5 O6/H7 AQA** AQA** Community & Youth Development or Higher TU796 Meáin Dhigiteacha Chruthaitheacha O6/H7/F2 3 7 45 5 O6/H7 225 180 Creative Digital Media or Higher
CODE OLD TITLE DURATION AWARD PLACES ENTRY REQUIREMENTS POINTS POINTS CODE LEVEL (APPROX) (Irish Leaving Certificate) 2020 2019 Round 1 Round 1 Minimum number of Minimum grade in Subjects H5’S Maths English /Irish LEVEL 8 TU804 Innealtóireacht (Iontráil Ghinearálta) 4 8 20 6 2H5s O6/H7 O6/H7 271 270 Engineering (General Entry) 7 TU807 Innealtóireacht Ríomhaireachta - Córais Mhóibíleacha 4 8 15 6 2H5s O6/H7 O6/H7 276 273 Computer Engineering in Mobile Systems TU810 Innealtóireacht Mheicitreonach 4 8 20 6 2H5s O6/H7 O6/H7 270 276 Mechatronic Engineering TU812 Dearadh, Teicneolaíocht 7 Nuálaíocht 4 8 20 6 2H5s O6/H7 O6/H7 270 270 Design, Technology & Innovation TU860 Ríomhaireacht - Teicneolaíocht Faisnéise 4 8 45 6 2H5s O6/H7 O6/H7 260 260 Computing (Information Technology) TU863 Ríomhaireacht - Fóiréinsic Dhigiteach 7 Cibearshlándáil 4 8 25 6 2H5s O6/H7 O6/H7 280 280 Digital Forensics & Cyber Security TU902 Gnó 4 8 40 6 2H5s O6/H7 O6/H7 271 250 Business 4 TU920 Margaíocht Dhigiteach O6/H7/F2 4 8 20 6 2H5s O6/H7 270 270 Digital Marketing or Higher TU933 Cuntasaíocht 7 Airgeadas O6/H7/F2 4 8 40 6 2H5s O6/H7 285 280 Accounting & Finance 5 or Higher TU935 Bainistíocht 7 Cóitseáil Spórt O6/H7/F2 4 8 70 6 2H5s O6/H7 300 270 Sports Management & Coaching or Higher TU981 Meáin Dhigiteacha Chruthaitheacha 06/H7/F2 4 8 50 6 2H5s O6/H7 280 280 Creative Digital Media or Higher TU989 Cúram 7 Oideachas Luath-Óige O6/H7/F2 4 8 50 6 2H5s O6/H7 270 290 Early Childhood Care & Education 6 or Higher TU991 Staidéar Sóisialta Feidhmeach - Cúram Sóisialta O6/H7/F2 4 8 90 6 2H5s O6/H7 325 300 Applied Social Studies in Social Care or Higher TU992 Forbairt Pobail 7 Ógra O6/H7/F2 4 8 30 6 2H5s O6/H7 251 250 Community & Youth Development or Higher SUBJECT KEY 1. When applying for Electronic & Information Engineering the applicant should chose ONE of the following locations (Choice of location guaranteed) Electronic & Information Engineering (Blanchardstown) (EIB) OR Electronic & Information Engineering (Tallaght) (EIT) 2. When applying for this course, the applicant should choose ONE of the following locations (choice of location guaranteed) Business (Blanchardstown) (BSB) OR Business (Tallaght) (BST) 3. Following Year 1, option to pursue streams in ONE of fhe following: Computer Engineering OR Mechatronics Engineering 4. When applying for Business, the applicant should choose from the below options. Applicants who are undecided on choice should choose General Entry, & may then select Business OR Business with IT, OR International Business (following admission) General Entry (GEN) OR Business (BUS) OR Business with IT (BIT) OR International Business (INB) 5. When applying for Accounting & Finance, the applicant should choose ONE of the following (choice of location guaranteed) Accounting & Finance (Blanchardstown) (AFB) OR Accounting & Finance (Tallaght) (AFT) 6. When applying for Early Childhood Care & Education, the applicant should choose ONE of the following locations (choice of location guaranteed) Early Childhood Care & Education (Blanchardstown) (ECB) OR Early Childhood Care & Education (Tallaght) (ECT) 7. Following Year 1, option to pursue streams in ONE of the following: Computer Engineering OR Mechatronics * Includes minimum score of 110 for interview and aptitude test **AQA (All Qualified Applicants) NEW* - Subject to Validation and Specific entry requirements currently under review.Check tudublin.ie/courses for update
LÁR NA CATHRACH CITY CENTRE CODE TITLE DURATION AWARD PLACES ENTRY REQUIREMENTS OTHER POINTS POINTS LEVEL (APPROX) (Irish Leaving Certificate) SUBJECT 2020 2019 REQUIREMENTS Round Round 1 1 Minimum number of Minimum grade in (See Key) Subjects H5’S Maths English /Irish AUNGIER STREET LEVEL 6 TU673 Bainistíocht Gnó 2 6 80 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 300 325 Business Management TU674 Staidéar Gnó 2 6 100 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 300 320 Business Studies TU675 Margaíocht 2 6 50 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 301 320 Marketing TU676 Bainistíocht 7 Margaíocht Miondíola 2 6 40 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 290 290 Retail Management & Marketing LEVEL 8 TU910 Cuntasaíocht 7 Airgeadas 3-4 8 50 6 3H5's O4/H7 O4/H7 444 432 Accounting & Finance TU912 Anailísíocht Ghnó 4 8 20 6 2H5's O4/H7 O6/H7 330 325 Business Analytics TU904 Gnó 7 Dlí 4 8 30 6 3H5's O4/H7 O4/H7 462 462 Business & Law TU903 Gnó 7 Bainistíocht 4 8 140 6 3H5's O4/H7 O4/H7 463 440 Business & Management TU914 Ríomhaireacht Ghnó 4 8 40 6 2H5's O4/H7 O6/H7 324 322 Business Computing TU931 Staidéar Gnó 4 Business Studies TU905 Eacnamaíocht 7 Airgeadas 3-4 8 25 6 2H5's O4/H7 O4/H7 465 437 Economics & FinanceÆ TU906 Bainistíocht Acmhainní Daonna 4 8 50 6 2H5's O6/H7 O6/H7 395 375 Human Resource Management TU965 Gnó Idirnáisiúnta 7 Teangacha (Sínis/ Fraincis/Gearmáinis/Gaeilge/Iodáilis/ Spáinnis) 4 8 100 6 2H5's O6/H7 O6/H7 A 356 353 International Business & Languages (Chinese/French/German/Irish/Italian/ Spanish) TU907 Loighistic 7 Bainistíocht An tSlabhra Solá 4 8 40 6 2H5's O6/H7 O6/H7 300 300 Logistics & Supply Chain Management TU922 Margaíocht 4 8 85 6 3H5's O4/H7 O4/H7 418 400 Marketing TU924 R-Thráchtáil sa Mhiondíoltóireacht 4 8 50 6 2H5's O4/H7 O4/H7 307 341 E-Commerce in Retailing TU925 Bainistíocht Miondíola 7Seirbhísí 4 8 50 6 2H5's O4/H7 O4/H7 301 301 Retail & Services Management TU966 Léann na dTeangacha 7 an Bhéarla H4 English 4 8 40 6 2H5s O6/H7 B 366 419 Languages & English Studies only BOLTON STREET LEVEL 7 TU701 Innealtóireacht Uathoibrithe 3 7 32 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 260 270 Automation Engineering >> TU720 Bainistíocht 7 Teicneolaíocht Gluaisteán 3 7 55 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 232 240 Automotive Management & Technology >> TU721 Teicneolaíocht Eitlíochta 3 7 40 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 350 346 Aviation Technology TU703 Innealtóireacht Foirgníochta 3 7 36 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 260 281 Building Engineering >> TU704 Innealtóireacht Shibhialta 3 7 45 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 262 242 Civil Engineering TU709 Innealtóireacht (Iontráil Ghinearálta) 1 7 64 5 O4/H7 O6/H7 370 370 Engineering (General Entry) 1 TU710 Bainistíocht Iontaofachta Innealtóireachta 3 7 32 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 244 234 Engineering Reliability Management TU717 Innealtóireacht Mheicniúil 3 7 80 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 300 301 Mechanical Engineering TU731 Ceantálaíocht, Luacháil 7 Gníomhaireacht Eastáit Auctioneering, 3 7 45 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 290 310 Valuation & Estate Agency >>
CODE TITLE DURATION AWARD PLACES ENTRY REQUIREMENTS OTHER POINTS POINTS LEVEL (APPROX) (Irish Leaving Certificate) SUBJECT 2020 2019 REQUIREMENTS Round Round 1 1 Minimum number of Minimum grade in (See Key) Subjects H5’S Maths English /Irish LEVEL 8 TU832 Ailtireacht 5 8 55 6 2 O6/H7 O6/H7 622† 618† Architecture * TU831 Teicneolaíocht Ailtireachta 4 8 50 6 2 O6/H7 O6/H7 C 410 388 Architectural Technology TU825 Innealtóireacht Foirgníochta On successful completion of TU805 Engineering (General Entry) Year 1 Building Engineering TU826 Innealtóireacht Shibhialta On successful completion of TU805 Engineering (General Entry) Year 1 Civil Engineering TU833 Bainistíocht Foirgníochta 4 8 40 6 2 O6/H7 O6/H7 367 356 Construction Management TU805 Innealtóireacht (Iontráil Ghinearálta) 1 8 160 6 2 H4* O6/H7 D 402 401 Engineering (General Entry) 2 TU834 Eolaíocht Gheografach 4 8 40 6 2 O4/H7 O6/H7 288 287 Geographic Science TU823 Innealtóireacht Déantúsaíochta 7 Dearaidh On successful completion of TU805 Engineering (General Entry) Year 1 Manufacturing & Design Engineering TU822 Innealtóireacht Mheicniúil On successful completion of TU805 Engineering (General Entry) Year 1 Mechanical Engineering TU818 Núail i bhFeistí Leights Medical Device Innovation Æ TU835 Pleanáil & Bainistíocht Comhshaoil 4 8 30 6 2 O6/H7 313 312 Planning & Environmental Management TU836 Eacnamaíocht Réadmhaoine 4 8 35 6 2 O6/H7 O6/H7 401 367 Property Economics TU837 Suirbhéireacht Chainníochta 7 Eacnamaíocht Foirgníochta Quantity Surveying & Construction 4 8 40 6 2 O6/H7 O6/H7 385 390 Economics TU824 Innealtóireacht Struchtúr On successful completion of TU805 Engineering (General Entry) Year 1 Structural Engineering TU838 Teicneolaíocht Adhmaid Inbhuanaithe 3 7 32 6 O4/H7 O4/H7 253 244 Sustainable Timber Technology TU814 Oibríochtaí 7 Teicnealaíocht Iompair 4 8 40 6 2 O4/H7 O6/H7 285 279 Transport Operations & Technology FRANCIS STREET LEVEL 8 TU961 Nuacheol Tráchtála 4 8 150 6 2 608† 583† Commercial Modern Music
LÁR NA CATHRACH CITY CENTRE CODE TITLE DURATION AWARD PLACES ENTRY REQUIREMENTS OTHER POINTS POINTS LEVEL (APPROX) (Irish Leaving Certificate) SUBJECT 2020 2019 REQUIREMENTS Round Round 1 1 Minimum number of Minimum grade in (See Key) Subjects H5’S Maths English /Irish GRANGEGORMAN LEVEL 6 TU699 An Bonnchlár Rochtana Application detail available at tudublin.ie Access Foundation Programme TU641 Bainistíocht Beáir 7 Bialainne 2 6 32 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 223 241 Bar & Restaurant Management TU643 Ealaíona Cócaireachta (Cleachtas Gairmiúil Cócaireachta) 2 6 64 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 236 242 Culinary Arts (Professional Cookery Practice) TU644 Bainistíocht 7 Fiontraíocht Bia 2 6 32 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 223 251 Food Management & Entrepreneurship TU645 Eolaíocht Bia 7 Bainistíocht 2 6 32 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 E 241 270 Food Science & Management # TU654 Staidéar Teicneora Cógaslainne 2 6 32 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 F 321 351 Pharmacy Technician Studies # LEVEL 7 TU705 Innealtóireacht Leictreach 7 Rialúcháin 3 7 32 5 O4/H7 O6/H7 243 241 Electrical & Control Engineering TU706 Innealtóireacht Seirbhísí Leictreachais 3 7 32 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 244 243 Electrical Services Engineering TU714 Innealtóireacht Leictreonaice 7 Cumarsáide 3 7 32 5 O4/H7 O6/H7 264 241 Electronics & Communications Engineering TU716 Teicnealaíochtaí Líonraithe Networking 3 7 64 5 O4/H7 O6/H7 241 241 Technologies TU761 Dáiliúchán Oftalmach 3 7 15 5 O3/H7 O5/H7 G 302 302 Ophthalmic Dispensing # TU755 Science (General Entry)3 1 7 40 5 O4/H7X O6/H7 361 380 TU741 Bainistíocht Ealaíon Báicéireachta 7 Taosráin 3 7 48 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 234 240 Baking & Pastry Arts Management >> TU751 Eolaíochtaí Bitheacha 3 7 35 5 O4/H7X O6/H7 407 400 Biosciences >> TU745 Bainistíocht Fáilteachais 3 7 50 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 245 251 Hospitality Management TU754 Fisic Thionsclaíoch 7 Chomhshaoil 3 7 15 5 O4/H7X O6/H7 270 260 Industrial & Environmental Physics TU762 Ceimic Mhíochaineach 7 Eolaíochtaí Cógaisíochta 3 7 25 5 O4/H7X O6/H7 364 388 Medicinal Chemistry & Pharmaceutical Sciences TU747 Bainistiú Turasóireachta 3 7 48 5 O6/H7 O6/H7 242 260 Tourism Management TU795 Marsantú 7Taispeántas Físiúil Visual Merchandising & Display (Restricted) 3 7 30 5 481† 463† Ω LEVEL 8 TU851 Ceimic Anailíseach (Comhshaoil, Fóiréinseach 7 Cógaisíochta) 4 8 20 6 2 O3/H7 O6/H7 H 349 341 Analytical Chemistry (Environmental, Forensic & Pharmaceutical) TU945 Bainistíocht Ealaíon na mBáicéireachta 7 na Taosránaíochta On successful completion of TU741 or equivalent Baking & Pastry Arts Management TU886 Eolaíocht Bhithmhóilíneach Students should have an appropriate BSc Ordinary Degree (Level 7) or equivalent in Biological Sciences or Biomolecular Science Biomedical Sciences with a Distinction or Merit Upper Division Graduate or a BSc general degree with the equivalent 60% or greater. In the studies previously undertaken by applicants, biochemistry, molecular biology and immunology must constitute major subjects in the programme curriculum. TU866 Diagnóisic Bhithleighis 7 Mhóilíneach 4 8 25 6 2 O4/H7 O6/H7 I 487 476 Biomedical & Molecular Diagnostics TU867 Eolaíocht Bhithleighis 4 8 40 6 2 O4/H7 O6/H7 I 524 501 Biomedical Science # TU852 Eolaíochtaí Ceimiceacha le Ceimic Mhíochaineach 4 8 20 6 2 O3/H7 O6/H7 H 476 420 Chemical Sciences with Medicinal Chemistry
CODE TITLE TITLE DURATION DURATION AWARD AWARD PLACES PLACES ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENTRY REQUIREMENTS OTHER OTHER POINTSPOINTS POINTS POINTS LEVEL LEVEL (APPROX) (APPROX) (Irish Leaving (Irish Certificate) Leaving Certificate) SUBJECT SUBJECT 202020202019 2019 REQUIRE- REQUIREMENTS RoundRoundRoundRound MENTS 1 1 1 1 Minimum Minimumnumber numberof of Minimum Minimum grade grade in in (See(See Key)Key) Subjects Subjects H5’S H5’S Maths Maths English English/Irish /Irish TU868 Eolaíocht Tomhais Chliniciúil 4 8 24 6 2 O3/H7 O6/H7 N 510 491 Clinical Measurement Science# TU827 Innealtóireacht Ríomhaireachta 7 Cumarsáide On successful completion of TU805 Engineering (General Entry) Year 1 Computer & Communications Engineering TU856 Ríomheolaíocht 4 8 74 6 2 O5/H6 O6/H6 476 451 Computer Science TU857 Ríomheolaíocht (Infreastruchtúr) 4 8 54 6 2 O4/H7 O6/H7 391 381 Computer Science (Infrastructure) TU858 Ríomheolaíocht (Idirnáisiúnta) Computer 4 8 40 6 2 O4/H7 O6/H7 377 377 Science (International) TU978 Cultúr Físiúil 7 ionscail Chruthaitheacha H4 English 3 8 25 6 2 290 310 Contemporary Visual Culture only TU942 Ealaíona Cócaireachta 4 8 40 6 2 O6/H7 O6/H7 212 271 Culinary Arts TU943 Fiontraíocht Cócaireachta 4 8 34 6 2 O6/H7 O6/H7 278 275 Culinary Entrepreneurship TU944 Eolaíocht Cócaireachta 4 8 32 6 2 O4/H7 O6/H7 O 316 308 Culinary Science TU973 Dearadh - Cumarsáid Amhairc Design - 4 8 38 6 2 717† 667† Visual Communication (restricted) Ω TU962 Drámaíocht (Léiriú) 3 8 20 6 2 O6/H7 379† 371† Drama (Performance) (restricted) ¶ TU995 Oideachas Luath-Óige 3 8 44 6 2 O6/H7 O6/H7 367 385 Early Childhood Education # TU802 Seirbhísí Leictreachais 7 Bainistíocht Fuinnim 4 8 32 6 2 O4/H7 O6/H7 317 293 Electrical Services & Energy Management TU820 Seirbhísí Leictreachais 7 Bainistíocht On successful completion of the TU Dublin city campus level 7 (ordinary degree) bachelor of engineering Fuinnimh technology in electrical services engineering - TU706 (3-years) or an equivalent. Electrical Services & Energy Management TU821 Leictreach 7 Leictreonach / Innealtóireacht Ríomhaireachta 7 Cumarsáide On successful completion of TU805 Engineering (General Entry) Year 1 Electrical & Electronic / Computer & Communications Engineering TU869 Sláinte Comhshaoil 4 8 32 6 2 O4/H7 O6/H7 P 336 343 Environmental Health # TU954 Bainistíocht Imeachtaí 4 8 48 6 2 O4/H7 O6/H7 356 356 Event Management TU983 Scannánaíocht 7 Craoltóireacht 4 8 25 6 2 H4 456 443 Film & Broadcasting TU974 Mínealaín 4 8 35 6 2 709† 668† Fine Art (restricted) Ω TU881 Nuálaíocht an Bhia 4 8 32 6 2 O4/H7 O6/H7 Q 318 321 Food Innovation TU984 Dearadh Cluichí 4 8 24 6 2 O4/H7 O4/H7 381 403 Game Design TU957 Bainistíocht Aíochta Duration 1 year, level 8, The minimum entry requirements for the BSc (Honours) in Hospitality Management is a Merit Hospitality Management Lower or above in an Ordinary degree in Hospitality Management or equivalent. TU958 Bainistíocht Aíochta Duration 1 year, level 8, The minimum entry requirement: Hospitality Management Ordinary degree (level 7 – NFQ) or honours degree (level 8 – NFQ) in a different discipline or equivalent. TU870 Cothú an Duine 7 Diaitéitic 4 8 25 6 3 O4/H7 O6/H7 J 578 553 Human Nutrition & Dietetics TU873 Matamaitic Thionsclaíoch 4 8 20 6 2 O2/H6X O6/H7 250 300 Industrial Mathematics TU975 Dearadh Intí 4 8 20 6 2 632† 552† Interior Design (Restricted) Ω TU952 Bainistíocht Fáilteachais Idirnáisiúnta 4 8 50 6 2 O4/H7 O6/H7 300 300 International Hospitality Management TU985 Iriseoireacht 4 8 30 6 2 H4 322 346 Journalism TU967 Teangacha 7 Turasóireacht Idirnáisiúnta (Sínis/Fraincis/Gearmáinis/Gaelige/ Iodáilis/Spáinnis) 4 8 30 6 2 O6/H7 O6/H7 A 308 307 Languages & International Tourism (Chinese/French/German/Irish/Italian/ Spanish)
LÁR NA CATHRACH CITY CENTRE CODE TITLE DURATION AWARD PLACES ENTRY REQUIREMENTS OTHER POINTS POINTS LEVEL (AP- (Irish Leaving Certificate) SUBJECT 2020 2019 PROX) REQUIREMENTS Round Round 1 1 Minimum number of Minimum grade in (See Key) Subjects H5’S Maths English /Irish LEVEL 8 TU918 Dlí 3 8 35 6 2 H4 451 429 Law (LL.B.) TU917 Dlí le Teanga 4 8 30 6 2 H4 B 342 n/a Law (LLB) with a Language TU874 Eolaíochtaí Matamaiticiúla 4 8 30 6 2 O2/H6X O6/H7 341 315 Mathematical Sciences TU963 Ceol 4 8 37 6 2 O6/H7 O6/H7 416† 383† Music (Restricted)¶ TU819 Feidhmchláir 7 Seirbhísí Líonraithe Minimum NFQ Level 7 (Ordinary Degree) in a computer networking or engineering or equivalent. Networking Applications & Services TU882 Nútraiceodaigh sa tSláinte 7 sa Chothú 4 8 32 6 2 O4/H7 O6/H7 P 397 392 Nutraceuticals in Health & Nutrition TU871 Optaiméadracht 4 8 25 6 2 O3/H7 O6/H7 I 509 498 Optometry # TU875 Cúram Sláinte Cógaisíochta 4 8 32 6 2 O4/H7 O6/H7 P 400 397 Pharmaceutical Healthcare TU657 Staidéar Theicneora Cógaslainne Students must demonstrate considerable prior knowledge in Science. Pharmacy Technician Studies They will be evaluated on a case by case basis. TU976 Grianghrafadóireacht 4 8 30 6 2 695† 700† Photography (Restricted) Ω TU877 Teicneolaíocht na Fisice 4 8 15 6 2 O3/H7 O6/H7 K 308 321 Physics Technology TU878 Fisic le Fuinneamh 7 Comhshaol 4 8 15 6 2 O3/H7 O6/H7 K 337 348 Physics with Energy & Environment TU880 Fisic le hEolaíocht Sonraí 4 8 15 6 2 O3/H7 O6/H7 M 578 n/a Physics with Data Science TU879 Fisic le Fisic Mhíochaine 7 Bithinnealtóireacht 4 8 15 6 2 O3/H7 O6/H7 K 351 357 Physics with Medical Physics & Bioengineering TU811 Dearadh Táirgí 4 8 40 6 2 O6/H7 411 433 Product Design TU872 Cothú Sláinte Poiblí 4 8 25 6 3 O4/H7 O6/H7 P 491 440 Public Health Nutrition # TU854 Eolaíocht (Ghinearálta) 1 8 30 6 2 O3/H7 O6/H7 L 476 464 Science (General Entry) TU855 Eolaíocht le Nanaitheicneolaíocht 4 8 25 6 2 O3/H7 O6/H7 K 331 312 Science with Nanotechnology TU996 Cúram Sóisialta 3 8 40 6 2 O6/H7 O6/H7 400 394 Social Care # TU955 Bainistíocht Spórt 7 Fóillíochta 4 8 48 6 2 04/H7 06/H7 217 n/a Sports & Leisure Management TU953 Margaíocht Turasóireachta 7 Dhigiteach 4 8 35 6 2 O4/H7 O6/H7 290 284 Tourism & Digital Marketing TU956 Bainistiú Turasóireachta The Minimum entry requirement for the BSc (Honours) in Tourism Management is a Merit Lower or above in an Ordi- Tourism Management nary Degree in Tourism Management or equivalent. TU977 Amharcealaín (Inis Arcáin) Interview and Portfolio of recent Artwork Visual Art (Sherkin Island)
OTHER SUBJECT REQUIREMENTS A. At least H4 in one of Chinese, French, German, Irish, Italian or Spanish B. At least H4 in one of: French, German, Italian or Spanish. For native or nearly-native speakers of English. C. At least H4 in one of Art, Construction Studies, Design & Communication Graphics, Engineering or Technology D. Or at least H4 in Applied Mathematics if combined with a minimum grade of H6 in Mathematics. E. At least O6/H7 in one of Physics, Chemistry, Physics & Chemistry, Biology, Agricultural Science or Home Economics. F. At least O6/H7 in Physics, Chemistry, Physics & Chemistry, Biology, Agricultural Science or Home Economics G. At least O4/H7 in one of Physics, Chemistry, Physics & Chemistry, Biology, Agricultural Science, Home Economics, Applied Mathematics or Engineering. H. At least a H4 in one of: Physics, Chemistry, Physics & Chemistry, Biology or Technology. I. At least H4 in one of: Physics, Chemistry, Physics and Chemistry, or Biology. J. At least H4 in Chemistry K. At least H4 in one of: Applied Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Physics & Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Agricultural Science, Engineering, Technical Drawing, Technology, or Design and Communication Graphics. L. At least H4 in one of Physics, Chemistry, Physics and Chemistry, Biology, Agricultural Science, Engineering, Technology or Applied Mathematics. M. At least H4 in one of: Applied Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Physics and Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Agricultural Science, Engineering, Technical Drawing, Technology or Design and Communication Graphics. N. At least H4 in one of: Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Physics and Chemistry, Biology, Agricultural Science, Engineering or Technology. O. At least O4/H7 in one of: Physics, Chemistry, Physics & Chemistry, Biology, Applied Mathematics, Home Economics or Agricultural Science. P. At least O4/H7 in one of: Physics, Chemistry, Physics & Chemistry or Biology Q. At least O4/H7 in one of: Physics, Chemistry, Physics & Chemistry or Biology, Applied Mathematics, Home Economics or Agricultural Science. SUBJECT KEY * Applicants will be advised of and must attend a suitability test & interview # Students must undergo Garda Vetting Ω Applicants will be advised of and must submit a portfolio in March ¶ Applicants will be advised of and must attend an audition/interview in March/April. >> Opportunities are available for continuing studies to Higher Level Programmes. X Or Applied Mathematics. † Includes score for suitability test/interview/portfolio/audition Æ Advanced Entry programme only 1. Option to pursue 1st year Level 8 Engineering (General Entry) or 2nd year Engineering Degree streams in the following: Engineering Reliability Management, Mechanical, Automation, Electronics/Communications, Civil, Electronic/Control, Building, Electrical Services 2. Options : Building, Civil, Computer/Communications, Mechanical, Structural, Electrical/Electronic & Manufacturing/Design 3. Option to pursue Science Degree streams in any of the following: Biosciences, Industrial/Environmental Physics, Medicinal Chemistry & Pharmaceutical Sciences
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