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20% of the the student population are international students
Course Level and Duration
Undergraduate - 3 years
- Direct entry in Fall
- Limited programmes available in Spring
- Foundation in Fall, Spring & Summer
- IELTS: 6
- GPA: NA
- Certificate of English language competency
- transcripts in native and English language, award certificates and exam results (if not in English)
- passport copy
- details of relevant work experience
Course Fee 1
About Technological University Dublin
Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) is Ireland’s first technological university formed out of a consortium of three technical institutes – Dublin Institute of Technology, Institute of Technology Blanchardstown and Institute of Technology Tallaght – as part of Ireland’s National Strategy for Higher Education to 2030.
Now one of the country’s largest technological institutions for higher education, TU Dublin is committed to academic excellence through innovation and research. The university has key partnerships with other institutions and industries, giving its 28,000 students from at least 85 countries the needed exposure to transform innovative ideas into marketable and useful products or services.
At TU Dublin, students enjoy career-oriented and student-centred learning from the school’s highly-qualified faculty with over 200 programs offered in the Blanchardstown, Dublin and Tallaght campuses. Students graduate with strong expertise in their chosen careers and are prepared to take on productive leadership roles in a wide range of fields.
Technological University Dublin News and Events
With a Master’s degree that integrates energy, environmental issues and management, graduates of the Master of Science in Energy Management are poised to have highly-esteemed, relevant careers in the next few years. Intended for engineers, scientists and related multi-discipline professionals, students under the program will gain the knack for managing... Read more
With the unemployment rate in Ireland at 4.4% – its lowest level since 2005 – international students have a better chance of landing a job after graduation. According to EduCo in Ireland Senior Vice President Jacob Kestner, this rate is what economists consider “full employment” – most people who want a... Read more
International students can enrol in any of the following one-year graduate degree programs at TU Dublin – MSc in Tourism Management, MSc in Hospitality Management and MSc in Event Management – and can apply for a two-year post-study work visa upon graduation. According to EduCo Ireland SVP Jacob Kestner, the... Read more