Education – Primary Teaching

Education – Primary Teaching

Do you want to make a difference in the lives of children? Do you want to inspire, teach and motivate a new generation? If you have excellent communication skills, a passion for teaching, have great people/children skills and have patience then this could be the right course for you.  What is Education – Primary Teaching […]

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DCU Sees Increase in CAO Applications

DCU Sees Increase in CAO Applications

Dublin City University has reported a 15.6% increase in CAO applications for the 2021/22 academic year. More than 47,000 applications were received by DCU for Level 8 courses in 2021.

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DCU at Career Path Expo

DCU at Career Path Expo

DCU – Ireland’s top university for graduate employment rate – will be exhibiting at the upcoming Career Path Expo, a 2-day, online, careers event for school-leavers in Ireland seeking to make decisions about their CAO and college choices for 2021. DCU at Career Path Expo Career Path Expo takes place 10-11 March 2021. Register for FREE […]

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DCU Announces The Naughton Family Chair in STEM Education

DCU Announces The Naughton Family Chair in STEM Education

Photo (L-R) Fiona Naughton, Prof. Brian MacCraith, Minister Simon Harris, Prof. Daire Keogh and Prof. Anne Looney Dublin City University has announced The Naughton Family Chair in STEM Education. The Chair was launched by the new Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris at DCU’s Institute for Education on its St. […]

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Survey Reveals Key Considerations for Prospective DCU Students

Survey Reveals Key Considerations for Prospective DCU Students

A survey of prospective first year DCU Students carried out by Dublin City University has found that over 40% are concerned about adapting to their new online learning environment while three out of ten are worried about making friends when they start college in September. Incoming first year students will now be taking up places […]

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Online Tutorials for Leaving Cert Physics Students

Online Tutorials for Leaving Cert Physics Students

When it comes to your Leaving Cert Physics prep, are you struggling with those tricky questions? Dr Robert O’Connor from the DCU School of Physical Sciences are posting daily tutorials to help you out. Leaving Cert Physics Tutorials The daily tutorials cover a wide range of introductory physics topics from mechanics to wave motion to […]

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DCU Podcast: Your CV and the 6 Golden Seconds

DCU Podcast: Your CV and the 6 Golden Seconds

DCU Careers have launched the first episode of their ‘Careers Conversation’ DCU podcast series. This week’s episode focuses on CVs – and the ‘six golden seconds’ our CVs have to engage prospective employers. Podcast host Siobhan Murphy, a Careers Adviser with DCU Careers Service, brings the listener through a number of key areas for all […]

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University facilities: make the most of your degree

University facilities: make the most of your degree

If you’re about to start your third-level educational journey, there’s more to university life than just academic study. This will be your time to explore hobbies, make new friends, pick up skills, and stand on your own two feet as an adult. In this article, we explore the wealth of facilities available in Ireland’s university […]

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DCU unveils €15 million Student Centre: ‘The U’

DCU unveils €15 million Student Centre: ‘The U’

Still weighing up where to study? DCU might just have something to tip that scale. They have just opened a state-of-the-art student centre dedicated to enhancing your experience at DCU and preparing graduates to flourish in the 21st century. This was officially opened by President of Ireland Michael D Higgins yesterday. G’wan Miggeldy. This project […]

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DCU First Round Offers: High Demand in STEM, Education, Business & Humanities

DCU First Round Offers: High Demand in STEM, Education, Business & Humanities

Across the country today, over fifty-thousand CAO applicants will receive a third-level course offer from the Central Applications Office. There’s no doubt that Dublin City University’s admin team will be very busy indeed, as they are offering a whopping 3,418 places to students. This is an increase on last year’s figures despite a national drop […]

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