ITB News Latest ITB News Copyright ITB en-ie 60 General News ITB News <![CDATA[2019 Afri Hedge School at TU Dublin]]>November 13th from 9:30am to 4:00pm. The event is organised by third year students of the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Community and Youth Development course as part of their module Principles of Human Rights.
Learning about and resisting the causes of poverty is at the heart of Afri's work, and the theme for 2019 Hedge School is "Food Fashion Fuel" focusing on climate justice, social justice and sustainability.

Mindful of the Sustainable Development Goals to 2030 and their importance in focusing action for a more equal, just and sustainable world, the event will feature a blend of speakers, workshops, discussions, drama and creative activities.
Speakers include - Saoirse McHugh, who describes herself as an environmentalist, a democratic socialist, and a grower. Eddie Mitchell of Love Leitrim and North Leitrim Sustainable Energy Community and renowned actor and activist Donal O'Kelly, who together with Brian Fleming and Ellen Cranitch will perform an intriguing piece called "Roxy's Head is Melted".
The event will take place on the Blanchardstown campus. It is a free event, however, advance booking is essential as spaces are limited. To register for your place please click here.]]>
Thu, 31 Oct 2019 08:26:37 EST
<![CDATA[Road Safety Week at TU Dublin ]]>Garda Shane Ryan discussing with students from Castleknock Community College the importance of road safety.
Irish Road Safety Week (IRSW) is taking place from 7th - 13th of October with various road safety activities taking place countrywide in the national drive to save lives. As part of IRSW, TU Dublin, in partnership with An Garda Siochana and the Road Safety Authority, held a two day event raising awareness of the dangers faced by every day road users, with a particular emphasis on how drugs and alcohol can impair the judgement of a driver. For the 600 second level students from Dublin 7, 11 & 15 that attended, the highlight was a live action demonstration of a road accident, which simulated a "real-life" accident situation. Using actors, the scene involved a two car collision, attendance of emergency services, assessment of the scene, casualty extraction - including roof removal, and drug and alcohol testing.
Adrienne Harding, event coordinator at TU Dublin "We are delighted to host this event at TU Dublin. Road Safety is such an important life lesson, which we all need to be aware of now more than ever before. We hope that this event will bring about awareness of Road Safety to young people who attended, most of whom will start to drive themselves very soon."
Fri, 11 Oct 2019 12:41:37 EST
<![CDATA[Graduation 2019 ]]>Friday 8th November 2019. There will be several sessions throughout the day.

Sessions for 2019:

10.00am : School of Informatics & Engineering (including PhD)

1.00pm : School of Humanities (including PhD). This session will also include Creative Digital Media.

4.00pm : School of Business (including Sports Management & Coaching)

For full details on the graduation ceremony, please visit

Thu, 26 Sep 2019 12:06:30 EST
<![CDATA[TU Dublin will host the 21st Irish Machine Vision and Image Processing Conference (IMVIP 2019) from 28-30 August in Grangegorman ]]>
IMVIP 2019 is the annual conference of the Irish Pattern Recognition and Classification Society and the largest meeting of the computer vision research community across the island of Ireland. The conference attracts a large number of international participants and also includes several invited talks from leading experts in the field. Over the last five years, there has been increasing industry participation at the event; something organisers are happy to support again this year.

Conference attendees will learn about the latest innovations and ongoing research in the Irish machine vision community, enjoy many excellent opportunities to network with the key researchers in the country in this pivotally important sector. In addition, there will be ample opportunities for increased visibility within the academic community, with researchers, graduate students, and computer vision companies.
One of the keynote speakers at the IMVIP conference is David Moloney, Director of Machine Vision at Intel and a key mover at the intersection of image processing and Edge Computing. Among many other notable roles and achievements, David was the founder and CTO of Movidius, an Alumni of TU Dublin Hothouse.

Movidius is a highly successful Irish company who specialise in placing machine vision capability right next to the camera so that images could be pre-processed at the point of capture. This approach has several advantages, such as reducing the need to stream bulky video feeds into cloud storage for processing and interpretation.
Movidius technology has been adopted into INTEL Edge offerings. David will be talking about how INTEL Movidius technology such as Myriad2 and MyriadX can enable image recognition and deep learning to happen "at the network edge" with massive power savings and a lower cost while also reducing the network burden.

More information is available from the IMVIP website here.
Fri, 23 Aug 2019 14:34:12 EST
<![CDATA[Information evening for parents, guardians & families of incoming first year students, Wednesday September 4th ]]>
From experience, we know that the parents and guardians of first-time college goers can struggle with the transition from school to 3rd level education. This special event aims to equip you with all of the information necessary to support a young adult as they commence their 3rd level education journey. The event will involve a welcome on arrival with refreshments plus information sessions and campus tours. It will also be an opportunity to meet with lecturers and support staff and to hear about all the supports that are available to our students. It will also provide a chance to learn all about college life and how to best support a person as they transition into their college years.

Two information sessions will take place on the evening; one at 5.15pm and another at 6.00pm.

To register for this event, please Click Here

Fri, 16 Aug 2019 16:21:38 EST
<![CDATA[Important information for CAO applicants ]]>CAO Points 2019

The listing of the Round One minimum points required for entry to TU Dublin Blanchardstown courses in September 2019, with the 2018 comparison where applicable, is available here

Registration and Orientation

If you have received and accept an offer from TU Dublin Blanchardstown your registration letter will be posted out to you. This registration letter will include the following important information: to register online and your user ID for logging in to pay your fees
c.student induction schedule

This information will also be available on our website

Student induction and registration will take place from Monday 9th September to Friday 13th September on campus. Attendance is compulsory.
Round Three offers

Round Three offers will be available from 6am on Friday 6th September, and the closing date for acceptances is 17:15 on Wednesday 11th September .

If you have any queries relating to acceptance of offers, deferrals, late acceptances or registration please contact the following in the Admissions Office:

Deferrals: Martina Vahey (01) 8851320
General queries: Noeleen Johnson (01) 8851133
Minimum entry requirements

For Level 6/7 courses, Leaving Certificate applicants will require a grade O6/H7 in five subjects; these must include Maths and English or Irish.

For Level 8 courses applicants will require a H5 in any two higher level subjects and a O6/H7 in four other subjects; these subjects must include Maths and English or Irish.

Foundation level mathematics will meet the minimum entry requirement for Non Computing and Engineering courses where a grade F2 or higher is achieved.

If you have failed Mathematics or English you do not meet the minimum entry requirements. However a grade H7 in Leaving Certificate Mathematics at Higher Level counts as a subject towards the five passes for certain courses at TU Dublin Blanchardstown (please refer to the minimum entry requirements specific to each course you have applied). The Mathematics minimum entry requirement for Engineering and Computing courses is a Grade O6.

Fee payment

Information on Fees and Grants is available on our website or on or

If you have applied for a Student Grant through SUSI you are not required to make payment at this time pending a decision on your application. You are required to submit your SUSI (W...) Reference number when completing your Online Registration.

If you have received notification that you will receive a Grant for the academic year 2019/2020 you are exempt from paying all or part of the Student Contribution fee of 3,000 euros (depending on the level of your award) and you are required to submit your SUSI (W..) Reference number when completing your Online Registration.

If you are not eligible for a grant the Student Contribution fee maybe paid in three instalments:

25% on Registration (September 2019)
25% on or before 31st October 2019
50% on or before 31st January 2020
Thu, 15 Aug 2019 14:01:33 EST
<![CDATA[TU Dublin Email is Changing ]]>
For students, the new email address will in the format

A guide for students on how to set up their new email account can be found here

For staff, the new email address will be in the format

Important steps are outlined on the project site. Please visit

Thu, 8 Aug 2019 09:57:55 EST
<![CDATA[Irish Social, Community & Therapeutic Horticulture Symposium - 6th September - Limited Places- BOOK NOW ]]> *** This event is now SOLD OUT ***

The inaugural Irish Social, Community and Therapeutic Horticulture Symposium is due to be held on Friday 6th September ,9:30am-4:30pm at the LINC Building, Technological University Dublin Blanchardstown.

The theme for the 2019 event is 'Therapeutic use of Horticulture: Research, Practice and the Future'.

Our key note speaker at the event is Dr. Joe Sempik renowned Social and Therapeutic Horticulture researcher and author. A detailed schedule including the full line-up of speakers will be issued shortly.
This day long symposium will focus on practice in Social, Community and Therapeutic Horticulture in Ireland, highlighting evidence based practice and practice evaluation. The event will demonstrate the array of practice ongoing in Ireland through research, practitioner presentations and interactive workshops.

Conference fee Euro 45.00 ( Lunch and refreshments will be provided )
This event hosted by SCTH is sponsored by Technological University Dublin with support from Horticulture Connected, GIY (Grow it Yourself) , Festina Lente, Waterford Institute of Technology and Teagasc.
The Social, Community and Therapeutic Horticulture (SCTH ) practitioner network ( ) formed earlier this year includes individuals and organisations practicing in this area. The network aims to enable connections and practitioner networking, raising the profile of the practice and ultimately in the future form a professional body.

Places are limited so we would advise that you book your place early.

Book Your Tickets Here

This event is now SOLD OUT ]]>
Wed, 31 Jul 2019 14:19:13 EST