DCU Structured Mentorship Programme 2021/2022

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The DCU Structured Mentorship Programme runs for six months each academic year between November and April and pairs second-year students with alumni Mentors for the purpose of career and personal development.

It is a joint initiative, co-organised by DCU Alumni and DCU Careers Service.

Alumni and students are matched based on their areas of professional expertise, DCU course and areas of interest. Mentors will have the option of choosing their own Mentee. Alumni Mentors are asked, if possible, to provide their student Mentee with a work-shadowing day as part of the programme.

If you are interested in applying to Mentor in the 2021/22 Structured Mentorship Programme, please fill out the form here.

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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’.

The North Dublin university offers Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes, while also presenting DCU Connected, their Online Leaning  Courses platform for students who work full-time or at a geographical disadvantage. Dublin City University is proud of their 50,000 graduates, who have gone on to be a major influence within business worldwide. DCU students have a wide selection of courses to choose from from programmes within its five faculties –  Humanities and Social Sciences, Science and Health, Engineering and Computing, DCU Business School and the DCU Institute of Education.

The young and dynamic university also provides a eclectic variety of clubs and societies where students can spread their wings and venture into new hobbies and make new friends. The Office of Student Life, located in the student centre (The Hub) is a vessel for student creativity and community. There is also a wide range of facilities available for DCU students and visitors such as a bank, creche, library, pharmacy, hairdresser, restaurants and much more. For recreation, Dublin City University has state of the art sports facilities including swimming pool, soccer centre, squash courts, fitness centre, studios and a lot more.


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