Reignite Your Career with a short course from TU Dublin and UCD

26 Mar, 2021

Due to high demand, TU Dublin and UCD are offering further live, online immersive short courses designed primarily for individuals and businesses that have been impacted by COVID-19 such as the tourism, hospitality, arts and entertainment sectors.

Courses are funded by the Government of Ireland under the July 2020 Stimulus Provision. Each course is designed to upskill participants with the knowledge, skills, and tools in high demand to reignite their career and/or business. 

Both programmes are worth 10 ECTS and are a collaboration between TU Dublin and UCD.

Creativity and Innovation + Digital Entrepreneurship (19th-30th April 2021) 

Design Thinking + Digital Marketing (10th-21st May 2021) 

Applications are processed, and places offered on a rolling basis until the courses are full. As we anticipate high demand, please apply as soon as possible.

Applicants are required to complete an online form and upload the following information: 

  1. Your CV
  2. Academic transcripts of your results or a copy of your academic parchment*
  3. Your status verification. This will vary depending on whether you are employed, unemployed, a returner or previously self-employed.
  4. A copy of the photo page of your passport
  5. English language certification (if required) 


*Note: If you do not have a level 8 qualification (i.e. honours degree) or higher, you may still apply for a place on the course if you can demonstrate that you have a minimum of five years’ experience managing projects, teams, organisations AND can provide two references to verify your experience. 

For further information and to apply for a place, please select the links above or email or


*This course is offered free or 90% subsidised rate of €100 for eligible applicants through the Government of Ireland July 2020 Stimulus Provision. Visit the links above for further information. Please note as this course is jointly offered by TU Dublin and UCD, you will be registered to both institutions.