Technological University Dublin is Ireland’s 1st Technological University. The University was established in 2019 by the merger of three partner Institutes: Institute of Technology Blanchardstown, Dublin Institute of Technology, and Institute of Technology Tallaght. The University continues to respond to the social, cultural, and educational challenges of modern Ireland. TU Dublin’s vision is to create a better world together. The University attracts the best minds, encourages excellence, and provides new opportunities for people. Three values of Technological University Dublin: People, Planet and Partnership. The current students make up over 29000, including 2800 international students. There is over 3500 high-qualified academic and support staff at the University.
The University provides a wide range of cutting-edge disciplines for undergraduate, postgraduate, part-time, international, apprenticeships, and executive education programmes. Areas of strategic focus for study include:
- Architecture & Built Environment;
- Art, Design & Media;
- Business, Law & Languages;
- Computing, Information Technology;
- Data Analytics, Mathematics;
- Culinary, Hospitality, Tourism;
- Music & Drama;
- Social Science, Education;
- Sports & Leisure.
Technological University Dublin operates five campuses across the Dublin region: Aungier Street, Bolton Street, Blanchardstown, Grangegorman, and Tallaght. The main campus is Grangegorman in Dublin’s north inner city. Student life is a great and safe environment with sports, student services, and diverse societies. Accommodation, eating options, and IT services are available for students.