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Technological
University Dublin

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In 2011, the Hunt Report proposed the introduction of Technological Universities as part of the Higher Education ecosystem in Ireland.  In response, DIT, IT Blanchardstown and IT Tallaght created the Technological University for Dublin Alliance committed to jointly establishing a Technological University for Dublin. 

On 17 July, An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar TD, announced the decision to approve the establishment of Technological University Dublin, to be known as TU Dublin, during a visit to Grangegorman. With establishment confirmed for January 2019, the first graduates of TU Dublin will receive awards from the new University in February 2019.

TU Dublin, will focus on providing educational opportunities that are practice-based and research-informed; that will meet the diverse needs of learners, reflecting their specific requirements in terms of pace and place; and in a rapidly changing knowledge environment, prepare them to build meaningful careers throughout their lives. The University will be developed on campuses spanning the three largest centres of population in the Greater Dublin Region - Dublin City, Blanchardstown and Tallaght.

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  • 28,000+

    Students

  • 3,350+

    International Students

  • 150+

    Sport & Student Societies

  • 3

    Campuses

  • 13%

    of all HEI Students in Ireland

  • 200,000+

    Graduates

  • 500,000+

    Books & ebooks

  • €3M

    Annual Library Expenditure

  • 1,100+

    Wholetime Academic Staff

  • 1,000+

    Research Community

  • 3

    Incubation Centres

  • 16

    Spin Out Companies

  • 146

    Invention Disclosures

  • 95

    Licences & Patents

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