|Heyday Carmans Hall||#3|
|O'Donnell House Apartment||#5|
|Mayor Square Student Living||#6|
|409 Stillorgan Road||#7|
Applying to Dublin City University
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus from Nov
- TEACHING NOTES:
- DCU campuses will be open and students will attend campus for face-to-face laboratory classes, practical sessions and small group interactions this will be complemented by online teaching and learning and guided independent study.
Dublin City University Reputation
Dublin City University is located to the north of Dublin City. DCU has three campuses - Glasnevin, St Patrick's and All Hallows. 15,558 students are enrolled at DCU.
(Source: HEA Enrolments 2018/19)
The graduate outcomes for Dublin City University show that 69% of honours degree graduates are in full-time work and 17% are in full-time further study or training.
(Source: HEA Graduate Outcomes Survey 2018)
Updated: 7th September 2020
Read Dublin City University Reviews
I really love DCU because of the relations students have with their lecturers. Everyone is treated individually, everyone can ask for help if needed and I feel like every lecturer really tries their best to make every student feel and do their best
Absolute best university I originally went to UCD but dropped out after a year and went to DCU, when comparing the two I found DCU had more to offer both academically and socially. It has a sort of family atmosphere where everyone plays an important role. Classes are smaller and more personal so lecturers go to a special effort to teach everyone at all levels, individually. The facilities for students are exemplary with only a short walk between all. In my previous college experience I had a long walking trip between facilities like gym and library, even basic lecture halls. Overall I’d really recommend DCU if you’re looking for a thriving college life and do well academically. 10/10