1QS has ranked DCU as the leading young university in Ireland
120and more clubs and societies to join
110different nationalities represented on campus

At Dublin City University (DCU) students are a part of one of the fastest growing universities in Ireland. On offer is the opportunity to study at one of the institution’s five faculties: business, engineering and computing, humanities and social sciences, education, and science and health.

DCU offers more than 200 programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Depending on a student’s program, they may be able to gain credits for extra-curricular activities and work placements. In fact, DCU was the first university in Ireland to introduce work placements as part of its degree programs. Students can expect to be part of an engaged and energetic community, with more than 120 clubs and societies for them to take part in.

DCU has one intake each year, in September. EduCo and DCU have worked together to be able to offer pathway programs for undergraduate and graduate students, designed to assist them with the language abilities, academic knowledge, and communication and learning skills needed to successfully complete their degree. Students enrolled in these pathways will be fully integrated into the campus from the start of their program.

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