The campus at Tallaght is situated on the southwest side of the city and has over 5,000 students. The campus is located on an 18-hectare site between Old Blessington Road, Belgard Road and Greenhills Road in Tallaght Dublin 24.
The campus is fully equipped with lecture theatres comprising of the latest audio-visual equipment and learning aids, science, electronic and computer labs, state-of-the-art culinary kitchens, restaurant, library, canteen, coffee shop, Students' Union, automated banking facilities and a soccer pitch. The campus also offers free parking for cars and bikes.
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A 1,770 square metre building located approximately 10 minutes from the campus, close beside the The Square Shopping Centre. Premier House was refurbished in 20015 to includes 4 lecture theatres, 2 computer laboratories and 6 classrooms over two floors. A coffee shop is located on the top floor.
- Eircode: D24 T6TC
Synergy Centre is a state of the art business and bio-incubation facility based on campus. The Centre, jointly established by Enterprise Ireland and our Tallaght campus, the facility was opened in November 2006. The centre houses 16 office units, The Glasshouse for one-desk entrepreneurs, training rooms, boardrooms and meeting rooms plus research facilities and a café.
Training events, mentoring and networking opportunities all contribute to the Synergy Centre experience. The centre is a hub linking client ventures with research centres inside the campus, external commercial enterprises and support agencies such as Enterprise Ireland and Local Enterprise offices. Synergy’s aim is to enable industry and academia to interact to create viable enterprises for South Dublin County that will secure the area’s future in terms of job creation, innovation and export potential.
- Eircode: D24 A386
Synergy Global is located at City West Business Campus, just minutes from the campus and home to top global companies in pharmaceuticals, IT/software, telecomms, electronics, media and food. Synergy Global, which represents an additional 1,100m² of modern incubation facility, was acquired by the University in 2011, and is now home to high-growth innovative technology companies, many of whom are graduates of the Synergy Centre.
- Eircode: D24 DKP4
The Technical development centre or TDC is a facility dedicated to development of our Energy and Environmental programme within the School of Engineering on campus. Key aspects of the TDC include a software lab area for both software and hardware design implementation.
The TDC has seen significant investment in all areas including the EV lab area. The EV lab is dedicated to the development of modern Electric Vehicle technologies, this includes battery management technology (lithium cells) as well as fuel cell technology (hydrogen). The EV lab promotes students projects based around the development of light weight vehicle chassis / controls systems and instrumentation. Current student projects have focused around an Electric Motorcycle and Electric Motor Car.
- Eircode: D24 AC60
Construction of our €14.7 million Sports Science and Recreation facility on the TU Dublin Tallaght campus commenced in October 2020. The building was handed over by the main contractor ABM in February 2023 and was officially opened in September 2023 by TU Dublin President, Professor David FitzPatrick.
The building provides an extra 3,282 m2 of space and will increase our overall campus capacity by between 600 and 660 students.
Facilities include a sports hall catering for a range of indoor sports, including basketball, soccer, and badminton. The hall also caters for TU Dublin Sports Clubs, Student Societies, volunteering groups and an Exams Hall. We now use the main Sports Hall as a venue for our Graduation events and as a location for local Community programmes. On the first floor we have a gym and fitness suite. This includes resistance, cardio and gym equipment and is available throughout the year to our students and staff.
The Sports Science element of the building provides two lecture theatres, three classrooms and exercise medicine laboratories. The laboratories support research and teaching in exercise physiology, exercise rehabilitation, strength and conditioning, anthropometry, biomechanics, and performance analysis.
Students enrolled in our 4-year Applied Social Care and Early Childcare Education and Care programmes also attend classes in the building and benefit from dedicated Art, Music, and Drama rooms. They students also receive lectures here on Child Development, Psychology and Outdoor Recreation.
Some other associated works to go along with this development include landscaped pedestrian areas, footpaths and 56 unit covered bicycle-parking area. We also have plans for an adjacent grass playing pitch covering 140 x 90m with floodlights, scoreboard, spectator seating and ball catch nets.