The BSc in Spatial Planning and Environmental Management (DT106) at TU Dublin is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in either planning the future of towns and cities or managing a sustainable environment for the future.The BSc is one of Ireland’s top professionally accredited programs, leading to a specialised, internationally recognised and highly employable degree in these two fields, which are directly engaged in combating climate change.
Because it is a combined programme, students have the flexibility to decide in second year whether to stream into one of two specialist areas, either Spatial Planning or Environmental Management.
The programme is delivered at TU Dublin Environment & Planning, which has some of Ireland’s leading experts in these fields.
The programme is engaged and active-learning based. Students get involved in fieldwork, studio-work, group projects and meeting with agencies, communities and other stakeholders in their many studies.
It is based at TU Dublin Bolton Street Campus, exactly halfway between the new TU Dublin sustainable campus at Grangegorman and the city centre, both within 10 minutes walking distance.
Learn more about the DT106 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 welcome all to the School of ‘Hospitality, Tourism, Leisure & Event’ Open Day on the 10th of April, between 14.00pm to 17.00pm.
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TU Dublin – City Campus, Kevin Street, Dublin 2
TUTORIAL DATES: Monday 15th & Tuesday 16th April 2019 (2 days)
EXAM DATE: Wednesday 17th April 2019
TU Dublin – City Centre is holding a FREE Mathematics Competency Test (MCT) for applicants to its Level 8 (Honours) Degree Programmes which require Higher Level Maths. The purpose of the MCT is to offer candidates an alternative route to achieve this minimum entry requirement.
Further information & to register your interest go to http://www.dit.ie/studyatdit/undergraduate/mathscompetencytest/
You are invited you to a BA Visual Culture Taster Lecture at the college. You will have a chance to participate in the taster lecture, to meet current students, and to tour the facilities including the Edward Murphy Library, Ireland’s leading specialist art and design library.
NCAD has a special atmosphere. Based on our campus in the Liberties in Central Dublin, Visual Culture students study the history and contemporary practice of art and design – including fashion and mass media – in the company of the next generation of practising artist and designers. Our open morning will give you a chance to see the college in action.
The open morning will take place at 12 midday on Wednesday 20th February 2019 (room HCH203). The talk and tour will last c. 90 mins and refreshments will be provided.
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Surveying Week 2019
1st – 4th April
Experience the work of the Quantity, Property & Geomatics (Geographic Science) Surveyor through practical demonstrations, site visits, discussions with industry professionals and more at our City Campus – Bolton Street
Places are limited and registration will close on 25th February 2019 @ 5pm. A fee of €30 is applicable which covers lunch for the 4 days.
Portfolio submission/collection informationDate: Tuesday, 5th and Wednesday, 6th March
Times: 9.30am – 12.30pm
1.30pm – 4.30pm
Venue: North House, TU Dublin Grangegorman Campus
Portfolios submitted by 10.30am will be available for collection after 12pm
Portfolios submitted after 10.30am will be available for collection after 3pm
Portfolio submitted after 3pm will be available for collection the following day (unless otherwise informed when submitting the portfolio)
Portfolios not collected by 6th April will be disposed of.