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About Dublin City University
DCU has been awarded 1st in Ireland for Student Experience. 20% of the 18,000 students are international students who receive a warm Irish welcome.
DCU has a strong students’ union with over 100 different clubs and societies. There is an Inter-Faith Centre for students to build community with others who share their beliefs. DCU has a sports and recreation centre with state of the art equipment, a pool, and spa. There a playing fields and tennis courts, and all of our three campuses are surrounded by public parks.
The campus is located in a safe neighbourhood in North Dublin, just minutes from City Centre by bus. There are shared bikes that will allow students to explore the city, or visit coastal villages nearby.
A true European capital, Dublin is a thriving, modern city with an international community. It is also a city with deep Irish history and culture to experience
Dublin City University is known as Ireland’s University of Enterprise and Transformation. Home over 18,000 students, it is Ireland’s fastest growing university and is one of the top 70 universities under 50 (QS). DCU is ranked as one of the top 100 universities in the Times Higher Education impact rankings. It is also ranked 23rd in the world and 1st in Ireland for graduate employment rates (QS) and 1st in Ireland for graduate earnings. DCU has a large catalogue of undergraduate and postgraduate programs across the faculties of Engineering and Computing, Business, Humanities and Social Sciences, Science and Health, and Institute of Education.
The DCU Business School is ranked in the top 5% of business schools in the world with AACSB and AMBA accreditation. It was one of only 25 Business Schools to be awarded for Innovations that Inspire by the AACSB.
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences is among the most distinguished in Ireland. DCU is 1st in Ireland for linguistics, communications and media studies. DCU ranks in the top 200 in the world for politics and international studies.
DCU has the largest computer science degree in Ireland and is ranked in the top 300 in the world for computing. Ireland’s leading academics in AI, sustainability, and energy call DCU home.
DCU’s microbial processing facility has been nominated twice for education lab of the year, and the MSc in Bioprocessing has been awarded Ireland’s postgraduate course of the year multiple times.
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Dublin City University Subject Areas
Accounting and Finance, Arts and Humanities, Biology, Business and Management, Chemistry, Computing and IT, Counselling, Creative Media, Early Years Education, Economics, Education, Electrical Engineering, Engineering, English and Creative Writing, English Literature, Environmental Studies, Geography and Environmental Studies, Health and Social Care, Health Science, History, International Relations, Journalism, Publishing and Public Relations, Languages, Law, Life Sciences, Manufacturing, Mathematics, Media Studies, Mental Health, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Physiotherapy, Politics, Psychology, Science, Sports and fitness, Statistics
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