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TU856 Computer Science Level 8
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TU Dublin will hold a LIVE Q & A session Culinary Arts & Food Studies on Monday 11th May 10.30-12 noon. https://www.tudublin.ie/virtualug/tourism/
As well as obtaining TU Dublin graduate attributes, Culinary Arts and food technology graduates also have career opportunities and job prospects that are exciting, innovative and are in family friendly and flexible working environments not just in Ireland but all over the world. The school employs lecturers that are industry and education leaders in culinary, bakery, pastry, gastronomy, beverages and the food science and food technology studies fields.
We are reaching out to find students who have an aptitude and passion for planning and the environment. Climate Change is a real planetary crisis for which we have an immediate responsibility.
We know that many students are passionate about this but do not realise there are potential careers in the area. In fact, now more than ever, we need talented graduates in these critical fields.
The BSc in Spatial Planning and Environmental Management (TU835) at TU Dublin Environment & Planning offers a real career path for students who are socially and environmentally aware, possibly good with geography, science or economics, but who may not necessarily be interested in a purely technical or scientific field of study.
The BSc is a combined, career-focused and specialised programme, with streaming options available in second year. We have some of Ireland's leading experts teaching on the programme.
Learn more about the BSc in Spatial Planning and Environmental Management in this presentation, check out life at TU Dublin Environment & Planning on Facebook and Twitter, or visit our website at this link.
We can be contacted at Environment@TUDublin.ie and we'd be happy to talk to you or your students at any stage.
A Future Career in addressing Climate Change
The BSc in Spatial Planning and Environmental Management (TU835), a combined programme delivered by TU Dublin Environment & Planning, is worth thinking about if you want a future career in addressing climate change and improving the environment.
Learn more about the TU835 programme in this short presentation <https://www.slideshare.net/DITenvironment/tu835-presentation-2019-20>.
Just to let you know that our April Maths Competency Test is cancelled due to covid-19 .
However, we also have an August sitting, details of which will be confirmed in due course.
CANCELLED as a precautionary measure against the spread of coronavirus
College of Engineering Open Day
College of Sciences & Health Open Day
About the Course.
The BSc in Sports Studies is a 3 year full time level 7 degree programme designed to meet the needs of coaches and sports administrators. This course is direct entry (Not on CAO), so students only need to apply by online application. Students will then be interviewed for a place on the programme.
If schools have any interested students please let me know and I will be happy to have a chat with them about the course.
My contact number is 087 629 2276 if you have any questions.
The BSc in Spatial Planning and Environmental Management (TU835) at TU Dublin is an opportunity to obtain an excellent degree in either of two highly relevant fields. Both spatial planning and environmental management are vital careers towards building a sustainable future for Ireland and the planet.
Learn more about the TU835 programme in this short presentation.
Check out day-to-day life at TU Dublin Environment & Planning on Facebook and Twitter.
Or check out our website at: www.dit.ie/environmentandplanning
We have developed a new Level 8 BSc degree course in Physics with Data Science (CAO code TU 880) which will run from September 2020. The course is designed to address the acute need for graduates in Ireland’s Data Science industry which currently employs >60,000 people and is growing apace. A significant proportion of practitioners in the industry come from Physics backgrounds as well as Mathematics, Computing and Engineering.
We are hosting a webinar to publicise the course, give some details on its content, and provide some experiences from practising Physicists in Data Science, including senior representatives from the Irish banking and transport industries, all of whom are graduates of TU Dublin.
The webinar will take place on: Wednesday 15th January at 7pm.
Please see below an EventBrite link which you can use to register for the webinar.