‘Try A Trade’ morning for Young Women

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TU Dublin is hosting a ‘Try A Trade’ morning for Young Women, taking place on March 10th.. The morning is aimed at 16- 24 year old women and is running to mark International Women’s Day.

‘Try A Trade’ morning for Young Women

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Participants will take part in fun, interactive workshops in Plumbing and Woodwork. This engaging hands-on experience will include information on career paths in craft​ apprenticeships and encourage participants to appreciate that skills education and training offers real choices for the future.

Participants will meet and talk with trade professionals and learn about TU Dublin’s innovative Access to Apprenticeship Programme.

If you want to hear more from some of our recent female graduates please click here.

TU Dublin is currently taking applications for the TU Dublin Access to Apprenticeship April 2022 Programme. The closing date to submit applications is the 21st of March 2022.

You can APPLY ONLINE here.

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End of an era, new opportunities on the horizon. You’re about to or already have finished secondary school. The big question advancing fast is “Where will I go to college?”. Not an easy decision, but TU Dublin is here to make it that much easier to choose.

The creation of TU Dublin is one of the most exciting and important landmarks in Irish higher education in decades. Although new to Ireland, Technological Universities are an established feature of many international education systems. A common attribute is that students study in a practice-based environment, informed by the latest research and enabled by technological advances, applying theoretical knowledge to real-life challenges.

With 28,500 students TU Dublin is the place where the arts, business, science, engineering and technology converge. The new University, which will be one of the largest third-level educators in the country, will create an inclusive open learning experience offering pathways to graduation, from Apprenticeship to PhD, to a diverse range of students.

TU Dublin will be developed on campuses spanning the three largest centres of population in the Greater Dublin Region – Dublin City, Blanchardstown and Tallaght. The new state of the art Grangegorman campus on a 73 acres site in the heart of Dublin City is being developed as a location that encourages and supports knowledge advancement, sustainable development and inclusive education.

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