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Applying to Technological University Dublin
- QUARANTINE PROVISION:
- You need to have a pre-travel RT-PCR test unless you have possession of proof of vaccination or recovery and complete a home-based quarantine. If you do not have proof of recognized vaccination, you will then need to book mandatory hotel quarantine.
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open day on 6th Nov.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- They are planning for students to be on campus for at least 60% of their timetable. Delivery of workshops, labs, studios, project work, seminars and smaller teaching groups will be prioritised - however, there will also be some remote teaching.
Read Technological University Dublin Reviews
I just started 3rd year, i have yet to get my results from 2nd year back and had to follow up myself only to find out that there is a query about one supplemental exam. Because of this I cant register for the year or any modules and I have a part of a project worth 40% of my whole year due next week that I can't start. I have received no emails from the college or any lecturer, or even the college itself. i had to call registration services for them to tell me that I can;t register because my accounts have been disabled. Overall, I'm very stressed and disappointed. I wouldn't recommend TU Dublin to anyone, especially the School of Languages.
Very bad experience here. Lectures are uninterested and seem to just want to get out of there (most lecturers, there are of course a few good ones). Some are arrogant beyond belief for no apparent reason. My 4th year thesis supervisor corrected no work/drafts for me and supported me in no way at all. Basically put in the work in 6th year and get into a proper college no this kip.
Lecturers were very mean and spoke down to students like kids. No enthusiasm, no fun, no interest at all. It was a sad place to be and I’ve since left the university. Better off in a different one, leaving was the best decision I’ve made
For a technology university I don’t see how I get viruses everytime I plug my usb in which currpt all files on it and resets my work , really annoys me , the lectures didn’t care , they be giving out assignment after assignment not giving a f***
Studied Drama at the TUD Conservatory (Rathmines) and it was awful. Complaints were ignored. Useless for disability. Blocked accommodations I was making for myself and gave assistance for things I didn't request that I had to opt out of (for exams I needed to talk to each teacher and tell them I understood that the accommodations requested for me didn't apply to practical exams.)
Lecturers were aggressive and treated students like children, one of mine disclosed confidential information about my grades to my class mates. Very unprofessional. Dates and deadlines are very last minute and it’s impossible to keep a job or book holidays while attending. Kevin st campus was very sad and run down. Wouldn’t recommend, but can only go upwards from here
Major regrets going to this college Communication between students and lecturers is the worst and we have been promised the big move to grangegorman, yet that hadn’t happened yet. City centre facilities are useless as the building in Cathal Brugha street are useless and is too small. My college experience has been s***.
I was based in TU Dublin Kevin Street. Was lied to for years about moving to Grangegorman campus and never got to move there. All the lectures put in no effort in helping the students pass their modules or helping students understand their content