For International Women’s Day on March 8th, DCU unveiled five commissioned portraits of inspiring women.
DCU has announced the introduction of six new undergraduate courses and four new specialisms for September 2021.
The University experience for Irish women has progressed drastically over the past century.
Uptake of Erasmus or study abroad programmes in Trinity College (TCD) dropped by 70 per cent in the first semester of this year according to Provost Patrick Prendergast, as reported by the University Times.
DCU has been named the Irish University of 2021 by the Sunday Times.
DCU’s Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences has placed in the top 200 universities globally for its subject choices in Arts and Humanities.
“My Uni Life” is a five-part series documenting the lives of seven students from under-represented backgrounds as they face the different challenges that accompany starting university.
The government announced a move to Level 5 Covid-19 restrictions nationwide beginning at midnight on Wednesday October 21st.
A petition to get DCU to implement a “no detriment” policy due to students working from home has passed over 1,300 signatures on Change.org.
DCU campus accommodation may be made available to the HSE on an emergency basis if the Covid-19 pandemic worsens.
All universities and colleges across the country are set to close due to coronavirus, according to Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.