Thursday, 18 April 2019

Positions available in SAP

Dear DT265 students

positions are available in SAP:
https://career5.successfactors.eu/sfcareer/jobreqcareerpvt?jobId=203568&company=SAP&username=&st=1BE4D369F1C10A19B474B86123FAAC9E7413427D

These are not advertised publicly, they are looking for students from our school.

Kind regards
Bianca.

Wednesday, 3 April 2019

DT265A/C No OOP class Thursday night

Dear students

unfortunately, the OOP class on Thursday night this week, Thursday 4. April 2019,  has to be cancelled.

Kind regards
Bianca.

Tuesday, 19 March 2019

Review Week College Derrogation

Dear students

The DIT academic calendar (also linked from the left) outlines that teaching week 8 is review week. I have received several question in relation to review week. Therefore, a clarifications and an update:
  • After confirming with management I'd like to advise that review week has been moved for the college to teaching week 13. 
  • Generally, review week does not means that there is no class. Review week is not a break. Review week is an opportunity for a range of different academic activities, such as revision, readings, field visits, lectures, interim tests, assessment feedback, etc. The student handbook as well as the academic calendar itself outline how review week is typically used. Every lecturer will arrange with the individual class which strategy is most suitable for the specific class.
Kind regards
Bianca

Tuesday, 5 March 2019

Systems Analysis and Testing Wednesday March 6th 2019

Both class sessions will be in AU-1-006 (our lab room) tomorrow Wednesday March 6th from 18:00. The session is allocated to working on the CA Phase I.

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.

Regards
Bianca

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.
Regards
Bianca

Tuesday, 5 February 2019

Assessment Schedule

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

Kind regards
Bianca.