DCU are calling on policy makers to regulate “the escalating and uncontrolled pricing” of the student housing sector.
Approximately 364 new bed spaces designed for students will be developed in Ballymun and funded by supermarket giant, Lidl.
A working group has been set up in DCU to consider moving semester one exams to December, rather than late January.
NuBar will not be stocking the new Heineken cider that is to be released in the coming weeks.
During the first semester, 13.29 per cent of undergraduate students failed an exam in DCU, according to an FOI request.
A delegation of pro-life students from four of Ireland’s universities took part in the recent Rally for Life march in the city centre.
DCU Research is creating an Irish sign language glossary for maths education.
DCU St. Patrick’s Campus received a record number of applications for primary teaching, according to recently released CAO figures.
Europe’s largest co-working network will open their new digital innovation hub in the DCU Alpha innovation campus in Glasnevin in September – the first partnership of its kind in Europe.
In the aftermath of Storm Emma, Dublin City Council announced water restrictions across the greater Dublin area which left DCU without water across its campuses.
DCU Students’ Union voted in favour of supporting the reunification of Ireland on Friday.
Vito Moloney Burke was elected DCUSU President on March 9th, after securing over 80 per cent of the votes in his favour.
DCU has said that only women will be considered for three positions offered in Saudi Arabia due to the fact that it is a women’s only school.
A Sinn Féin MEP encouraged DCU students to support a united Ireland at a unity forum in DCU on February 22nd.
DCU Sustainable Living Society’s successful campaign for a single-use plastic-free campus has borne a DCUSU referendum, aimed at the University’s Board of Directors.
Primary teaching students on St. Patrick’s Campus are seeking financial aid for placement from DCU.
A DCU Professor’s research on the importance of emotion in education for preventing bullying and its long-term mental health impacts, was cited in a recent set of top-level European reports.
DCU will be the host of the World Anti-Bullying Forum (WABF) 2019 after Dublin secured a bid to house the worldwide event.
DCU’s Body and Soul week hopes to help students develop a positive self-image through events centred around body confidence and mindfulness.
This year will be the Year of the Irish Language, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar announced in December 2017.