DCU Spring Open Day

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You are invited to attend DCU Spring Open Day on 2nd April from 10.00am to 2.00pm.

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Throughout the day, a number of general talks will take place offering information specific to DCU as well as advice about university life in general that will benefit you wherever you decide to study.


Selected Schools within the Faculty of Science and Health will provide tours and/or demonstrations in the labs, skills centres and atrium of the Lonsdale (X) Building and in the Nursing (H) Building.

Media facilities including the TV and Radio studios in the School of Communications and the language and translation laboratories in the School of Applied Language and Intercultural Studies will be open to visit to those who have registered to attend the subject talks.

The Faculty of Engineering and Computing will also be conducting a wide range of demonstrations in the Stokes (S) Building.

Explore the DCU Glasnevin Campus

If you are considering studying at DCU, it is important that you get a feel for the DCU campus. It’s a wonderful place and it could be your home from home for the next three or four years. Highlights include, student accommodation*, our award winning sports centre and the beautiful three-storey John and Aileen O’Reilly Library. Tours will depart from the “DCU Letters” in front of the Helix at every half hour starting at 10.00. The tour will take approximately 30 minutes with the last tour departing at 13.30.

Clubs and Socs

There are up to 140 clubs and societies in DCU. Students from various clubs and societies will be available to talk to you about student life in DCU and you can visit them at their stands in the ‘U’ Student Centre.

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Dublin City University has gone through a huge transformation recently, offering DCU courses and lifelong learning courses in North Dublin. The university has expanded its campus and range of courses by connecting St. Patrick’s College, Drumcondra (SPD), Mater Dei Institute of Education (MDI) and Church of Ireland College of Education (CICE). These big changes at DCU cater for 16,000 students on DCU courses as they venture into their third level education. The expansion will increase DCU’s facilities across North Dublin, providing students with more time and space to focus on personal, academic and skill development throughout their duration at the university.

Dublin City University is renowned globally for its academic calibre. DCU is regularly featured as one of the world’s top young universities by the Times Higher Education Top 100 Under 50. The Sunday Times has named DCU twice as ‘Irish University of the Year’.

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  1. Kieran Johnson 22/03/2022 at 23:15

    I would like some kind of speaking Irish course,I am a mature student 62 years of age

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