Find out how to maximise your CAO application at a series of TU Dublin Webinars

Published: 24 Apr, 2024

To help prepare parents/guardians and prospective students feel better prepared, TU Dublin are hosting a series of webinars, before the CAO change of mind facility opens on 7th May.

The first webinar will take place on Thursday, 25th April TU Dublin and is aimed at parents or guardians of students who are applying to university this year through the CAO. It may have been a while since parents dealt with this form, so we will cover understanding the Irish CAO system, and provide tips on how to maximise the CAO form to ensure their student doesn’t miss out.

Before the exams start, students have time to review their choices and do a little research, look at the modules studied on the programmes, ensuring they get answers to the questions important to them, such as; “What are the minimum requirements, Where is it based? What level is it? Can I transfer into a Level 8 from a 6 or 7 programme?” All these questions and more will be answered at the CAO Online Q&A webinar for applicants which will be held on 15th May 16:00-17:00 as well as a Change of Mind Webinar, 27th June 13:00 – 14:00. Click here to register.

For those with a specific interest, some programme-specific webinars are also planned.

If you’re interested in Youth Work and Social Care or Computing, Digital and Data courses, we will host webinars for you, more information available here.

Did you know that TU Dublin offer a second chance to achieve minimum maths requirements? Did you drop from Honours to Ordinary level maths? In August, we offer candidates an alternative route to achieve the maths minimum entry requirements or Business Analytics or Engineering through a Maths Competency Test, more information here.

TU Dublin Course Information available here.