Tuesday, 12 February 2019

AIB new Data Analytics Grad Programme

Dear DA students

AIB have a brand new Data & Analytics graduate programme. which may be of interest to you.


Monday, 11 February 2019

Please respond to ISSE

Dear students

From February 11th, all first, final year and taught postgraduate students throughout TU Dublin – City Campus will receive an email asking them to participate in this year’s Irish Survey of Student Engagement (ISSE) survey which will remain open for three weeks (4 March 2019). Students can also use this link to take part: http://studentsurvey.ie/
High student participation in the ISSE survey is critical to getting reliable results, and results that can be compared year-on-year. Last year, with your assistance we achieved a rate of 29.5%, and in 2019, our target is 35%.
In the past the higher diploma has not been represented strongly at all as student participation has been low. Please make sure you participate in the survey this year!
Please contact me should you have any questions or concerns in relation to the survey.

Tuesday, 5 February 2019

Assessment Schedule

The assessment schedule for semester 2 is available from the left panel.

Kind regards

SAS launches Student Learning Portal

This will be of interest to DA students:

The new SAS Student Learning Portal has been launched.

This new program allows students to access SAS programming courses, live webinars and acquire SAS Programming Certification for free. Typically this certification can cost up to 2,360 for professionals. The Student Learning Portal is free of charge for TU Dublin, DIT students. You need to register using your DIT email address.

Students that have passed the exam we will be invited to networking events and potentially matched if they are seeking employment with companies currently using SAS at their organisations.

Thursday, 24 January 2019

Salesforce 7 Feb Event

Salesforce are holding their Futureforce Equality Event on Feb 7th, there's recruitment at it too. 
They employ quite a lot of grads from the TU Dublin, School of Computer Science, so worth a visit!

Wednesday, 16 January 2019

DT265A Semester 2 Timetables published

Dear DT265A students

*edited 21-01-2016

The timetabling system has been fixed as is now running smoothly. Please see the TU Dublin, DIT Timetabling system for your up-to-date timetabling information.

Your information will not come up automatically on the timetable. You need to add your year and programme. Please follow the linked instructions.

Kind regards

Monday, 14 January 2019

Request for participation in EU Research Project

Researchers from the University of Warsaw and Warsaw University of Technology are visiting Dublin as part of a research project that has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie SkÅ‚odowska-Curie grant agreement No 734824.

The aim of the GETM3 project is to determine how entrepreneurs from selected countries in the EU and Asia understand the entrepreneurial characteristics and a successful career, to discover needs and expectations of entrepreneurs, innovativeness and creativity in the business environment. The research wants to discover values relating to business experience and understand opinions on main obstacles preventing the development of entrepreneurship, innovativeness and creativity in the work environment.

Participants do not necessarily need to be entrepreneurs but can be involved in business that requires entrepreurial characteristics.

They are looking for volunteers to participate in the research by participating in an individual interview. If you are willing to participate in the interview while they are in Dublin, please contact Katarzyna  Modrzejewska (katarzyna.modrzejewska@pw.edu.pl) or Julita Majczyk jmajczyk@wz.uw.edu.pl 

Katarzyna and Julita are willing to meet in DIT.

More details about the project are available at https://getm3.eu/