At TU Dublin we have five distinct campuses across Dublin city. Our campuses are located in Aungier Street, Blanchardstown, Bolton Street, Grangegorman and Tallaght. While each campus differs in size and personality, as a student not only will you get a third level qualification you’ll also have access to state of the art facilities.
TU Dublin Aungier Street is one of our three City Centre Locations. Situated in Dublin 2, it is a very short walk from St. Stephens Green. Our College of Business in Aungier Street, is the largest business school in Ireland where 5000 students are studying at present. The Aungier Street Campus is due to close in 2023 moving across the Liffey to our campus at Grangegorman.
TU Dublin Blanchardstown is located in north west of Dublin city. It opened in 1999 and is a modern campus, comprising eight buildings. The campus is equipped with computer and electronic labs, lecture theatres, fully equipped workshops, library, restaurants, sports hall, fitness centre, students’ union area and sports fields, which include a Gaelic and soccer pitch and full-size all-weather pitch.
TU Dublin Bolton Street is situated in Dublin and has been a centre for technological education for over 100 years. Housing some of our Engineering, Built Environment and Architecture programmes. The campus is divided into 4 sites: the Main Building, Eblock, Linen Hall and Beresford St. It is a 5-minute walk from O’Connell Street and from Grangegorman.
TU Dublin Grangegorman is our flagship campus and is situated in Dublin 7. It is short walk from Smithfield village and Stoneybatter, it is also readily accessible on foot from Dublin City Centre with O’Connel Street just a 15 minute walk away. The campus, will bring together all of the University's city-centre sites and unify them in a single vibrant environment, integrating with the strategic development of Dublin City and providing a range of facilities for students and staff, for industry, and also the wider community.
TU Dublin Tallaght is located on the south west of Dublin city. It opened in 1992 and is a thriving, modern and exciting place to learn and work. Along with the main campus building, it is home to the incubation centre ‘Synergy’, research Centre for Applied Science and Health, a planned new multi-disciplinary building combining teaching space, hospitality, culinary art, engineering and apprenticeship activities and also a planned new Sports Science, Health and Recreation building which includes outdoor sporting facilities