Technological University Dublin


Technological University Dublin is the first technological university in Ireland, established in 2019; it is founded by the amalgamation of three existing institutes of technology in Dublin and with a history stretching back to 1887. TU Dublin supports cohorts of students in business, media, culinary arts, and the creative and performing arts. It is spread across three campuses across Dublin city. The university has five Faculties: Faculty of Engineering & Built Environment, Business, Arts & Humanities, Science, and Digital & Data.

TU Dublin asserts an industry-focused approach and entrepreneurial ethos, with extensive collaboration with the industry for teaching and research. The flagship campus of the university in Dublin, Grangegorman, has Greenway Hub. It is a state-of-the-art facility for innovation and research developed on campus. It is home to Environmental Sustainability and Health Institute (ESHI) and TU Dublin Hothouse.


Technological University Dublin has a large student population of almost 29,000, including 3000 international students and around 3,500 academic staff.

Student’s Union (TU Dublin SU) of the university was created in 2019 by referendum as the amalgamation of IT Tallaght Student Union, DIT Student’s Union and Institute of Blanchardstown Student Union. Annually, the union oversees the election of class representatives and then elected CRs to represent students by conveying class feedback to the lecturers and student union. Class representatives attend semi-semesterly CRs meetings involving the class representatives from other schools and Student Union officers. They also attend a semesterly program committee meeting of their respective programs alongside professors and lecturers.

Throughout five campuses of Technological University Dublin, 70 student-run societies exist, which receive a stipend from the university for activities based on affiliation with the society. About 40 clubs represent the students, including Gaelic Athletic Association, handball, football, archery, powerlifting, skiing, rowing, kite surfing, basketball and cricket. TU Dublin Fitness run an exercise studio and a gym which provide discounted access to the university’s staff, students and graduates and access to the public.


Dublin is a city that is well populated with students, so accommodation is not an issue. There are three most popular accommodation options for students in Dublin; the first is living with a host family, the second is students housing hub, and the third is renting a private space. The ideal choice for international students among these three is the student accommodation hub.


Following are the global rankings of Technological University Dublin.

  • By Q.S. World Ranking, Technological University Dublin ranks 801-1000.
  • According to Times Higher Education Ranking, Technological University Dublin is 1001-1200.


Technological University Dublin
Park House 191 N Circular Rd, Cabra East, Grangegorman, Co. Dublin D07 EWV4 Ireland

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