We are committed to providing the highest quality educational experience through continuously enhancing the student experience, supporting students' welfare, and ensuring the best opportunities are available for our students to achieve their personal academic ambitions.
The School of Biological, Health and Sports Sciences is located on City Campus, Grangegorman and our Tallaght Campus. The School was formed on 1st September 2022, bringing together the disciplines of Biological Sciences, Medical Sciences, Dietetics and Nutrition, and Sports Sciences, as part of the new TU Dublin organisation redesign.
The School is a centre for practice-led, research-informed education, fostering the development of practitioners, skilled scientists and researchers who contribute to the practice and advancement of health, sport and biological sciences. The Schools delivers flagship CORU approved programmes in Human Nutrition and Dietetics and Medical Science, and maintains a strong educational provision in Sports Science, Biosciences, Molecular Diagnostics and Public Health Nutrition. Our research is cross-disciplinary in nature, at the interface between biosciences, dietetics, medical sciences, nutrition and sports science, with an applied focus to improving human health.
Our expertise is nationally and internationally relevant and recognised and spans the range of higher education from fundamental to advanced biological sciences, specialist pre-clinical and clinical teaching and training. Our programmes are aligned with sectoral needs, ensuring the ‘fit’ of our graduates with the needs of the marketplace.
The School has unique flagship offerings at undergraduate level, specialist postgraduate taught programmes and advanced practice CPD for healthcare professionals. Located on our new Health and Education campus at Grangegorman and the new Sports Science and Health facility on the Tallaght campus, our state-of-the-art teaching and laboratory facilities have been designed to enhance and support the student experience.
The School is committed to supporting the development of work-ready graduates for the Health and Sports Sectors, Life Science and Diagnostic Industries that are career-focused and practice-led with the knowledge, competence, technical skills and professional qualities to contribute as practitioners, skilled scientists and leaders in the advancement of Ireland’s Healthcare and Diagnostic Industry sectors.