Indicative TU Dublin Student Timetables for Semester 1 are now available. Please click on your Blanchardardstown timetable to view when you will be on campus and monitor student email for updates.
Returning students: You will receive your detailed programme timetable when classes resume on 21 September.
New students: You will receive your detailed programme timetable during your Orientation week which begins on 28 September
In light of current public health guidelines, TU Dublin is working to re-shape student timetables and to ensure access to as many campus facilities as possible for the new academic year. We are looking forward to welcoming back our returning students and to meeting our new students. We will do everything we can to maximise the positives while keeping students and staff safe. We will fully comply with the University’s Quality Assurance Framework to protect academic standards and to ensure the quality of our students’ qualifications and full recognition by regulatory bodies, professional associations, employers and other academic institutions.
TU Dublin will welcome returning undergraduate students to the new Academic Year on September 21st.
New undergraduate students will begin Orientation from September 28th subject to CAO offers.
Postgraduate students begin on September 21st
Garda vetting is process of checking a person’s background to see if there are any issues which would make him/her unsuitable to work or volunteer in an environment with children and/or vulnerable adults. The person being vetted (the applicant) gives written authorisation for An Garda Síochána to disclose to TU Dublin – Blanchardstown details of all prosecutions, successful or not, pending or completed recorded in the State at the time of application.
If you are a student on any of the following courses, you must be Garda vetted:
This list may be added to should the need arise for students on other courses to be vetted.
Prior to attending Registration/Induction day, all first year students on the above courses are required to:
b) Irish Public Services Card
c) Driver’s License ( credit card style only )
Once the student’s information has been inputted into the Garda vetting system, an email will be sent to the students e-mail account with log in details to the Garda e-vetting portal. Students have 30 days to complete their on-line application before the invitation lapses.
Students who fail to make the full application within the 30 days, will be rerquired to pay a fee of €20 to make a second application.
Currently, it takes about 2 weeks for vetting to be completed from the time the student makes the full online application on the Garda e-vetting portal.
If you lose your Garda vetting clearance letter, additional copies are available at a cost of €20.
Please click here to request and pay for a replacement copy.
If you do not log on to the Garda e-portal within 30 days of receiving the vetting invitation and therefore allow it to expire you are required to pay €20 to re-apply for vetting.
Please click here to pay to re-apply.
Lost property is stored at the Student Information Desk, located in the Connect Building.
If you have lost an item, you can leave a description and your contact details with SID; we will contact you if your item is handed in.
If you have found an item, please bring it to the SID desk. Uncollected lost property is discarded at the end of each semester.
Where possible, any items being disposed of will be donated to charity. Items containing sensitive data (USB keys, phones etc.) will be disposed of in accordance with the University Policy on the disposal of sensitive data. Due to health and safety issues, items that are unhygienic to store (such as bottles containing liquid or plastic food storage) will be disposed of immediately.
Sometimes students are required to get forms stamped to demonstrate that they are students at TU Dublin. If you require any forms/documentation stamped to verify student registration status, please email as PDF attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org for processing. We will attend to your query and return by email.
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