Bachelor of Education in Gaeilge, and French or German or Spanish
Do you love languages? Have you considered becoming a language teacher? Did you know there was a shortage of second level language teachers?
Baitsiléir Oideachais i nGaeilge, agus Fraincis nó Gearmáinis nó Spáinnis
This four-year Post Primary Teacher Education [Gaeilge and French, German or Spanish] degree is a ‘concurrent’ teacher education course – meaning that the academic and professional formation of the teacher is integrated into all four years. It will fully qualify you to teach second-level Gaeilge and another language on completion of the course. You’ll gain valuable and extensive experience, including peer-teaching, team-teaching and school-based placement.
Tá ganntanas múinteoirí teanga in iar-bhunscoileanna na hÉireann san am i láthair agus beidh ardéileamh ar chéimithe an chúrsa seo dá bharr sin. Cabhróidh cur chuige sainiúil an chúrsa seo leat ardchumas a bhaint amach sa Ghaeilge agus sa teanga eile a roghnóidh tú, rud a fhágfaidh go mbeidh tú i do mhúinteoir muiníneach, éifeachtach. Beidh tú breá cáilithe cosán rathúil a leanúint i réimse gairmeacha eile freisin.
Currently, there is a shortage of language teachers in the post-primary schools so graduates of this course will be highly sought after. The unique approach taken in this course will enable you to reach a high level of ability in Gaeilge and your chosen language enabling you to be a confident and effective language teacher.
For full information, please go to: www.dcu.ie/DC013
Bachelor of Arts: Joint Honours (www.dcu.ie/DC009)
Philosophy is now on offer as a subject option on the Bachelor of Arts: Joint Honours programme.
The subject ‘Human Development’ from DC009 carried sufficient credits (10 from each year, plus research methods) to enable students to pursue a psychology conversion course at postgraduate level – MSc in Psychology (Conversion) DC767: www.dcu.ie/courses/Postgraduate/snhs/MSc-Psychology-Conversion.shtml
BSc in Data Science (www.dcu.ie/DC123)Amendment to Entry Pathway
The DCU prospectus Entry 2019 states that there is no transfer route into the BSc in Data Science (DC123).
This is incorrect.
Transfer applications are accepted and must meet the following entry requirements:
From 2019, internships or study abroad options are available on the following DCU courses:
What are the benefits of DCU Access?
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I would like to bring to your attention the following change to the DCU accommodation application process for incoming first years 2019/2020.
February 27th 2019 at 11.00am.
March 27th 2019 at 11.59pm.
During the application dates – applicants must set up their profile and pay a non-refundable administration fee of €50.00 to apply. This can be done by visiting www.dcuaccommodation.ie on the above application dates.
After the application process closes DCU accommodation will perform a random lottery on Monday 1st of April where all those successful in securing DCU accommodation get a booking code to log into the system and continue their application all the way to booking a room.
Applicants will have the ability to self-select a room, sign the Terms & Conditions and pay a booking deposit of €250.00 to secure the room. If the applicant pays and cancels prior to semester one starting, the €250.00 is refunded in full.
If you are not successful at this point, DCU accommodation will perform mini lotteries as they get cancellations and successful applicants will be notified.
(N.B. Round one course offers are issued through the CAO mid-August 2019)
Semester 1 payment due by 5.00pm on August 21st from all accepted offers otherwise the room is released for general sale.
Semester 2 payment due in full on or before 6th January 2020.
For further information, you can visit the website at www.dcuaccommodation.ie, or to contact DCU Campus Residences directly please phone 01 700 5736 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
DCU is happy to announce a new B.Ed (post-primary) teacher education course in Gaeilge and French, German or Spanish. The course will begin in 2019. Currently, there is a shortage of language teachers in the post-primary schools so graduates of this course will be highly sought after. The unique approach taken in this course will enable students to reach a high level of ability in Gaeilge and their chosen language enabling them to be confident and effective language teachers
Over the course of the four years, students will develop their professional knowledge and practice in how to teach languages. They will also have opportunities to achieve a high level of language proficiency not just through the course itself but through Gaeltacht internships and an Erasmus placement where they will study at a university abroad for the second half of year three..
Change in Entry Requirements for Entry 2019
BA in International Relations (IR) Programme (www.dcu.ie/DC231)
There will be no change to the general entry requirements of the programme, but once students arrive to register, if they want to choose the Languages Stream, they will need to have achieved a Leaving Cert H4 or equivalent in the language they wish to study.
DCU is hosting a CAO Information Evening for school leavers, mature students and parents on Wednesday 16th January between 6-8pm. The Information Evening willtake place in the ‘U’ Student Centre on the DCU Glasnevin campus and it will give you the opportunity to:
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