We're really looking forward to your return to TU Dublin starting from Monday, 20 September 2021. We've been working hard over the summer months to prepare our buildings in Grangegorman, Aungier Street, Bolton Street, Blanchardstown and Tallaght for your safe return to campus for the new academic year. We know the last couple of years have been tough for many of us, but the good news is that brighter days are here, and you will spend a lot more time on campus this year – more information about what to expect is available here.
Detailed timetables will be published in the coming weeks, but the on-campus delivery workshops, labs, studios, project work, seminars and smaller teaching groups will be prioritised. Remote lectures will undoubtedly be a feature, but as the year progresses, we are optimistic that we will see the full return of most academic and social activities. However, as recent experience has demonstrated, we know we all need to be prepared for modifications if public health guidelines change. Students who, for medical reasons, cannot attend lectures in person should make their situation known to their Programme Lead.
While it will not be required for access to learning spaces on campus at TU Dublin, it is important to note that testing or proof of vaccination may be required for some activities associated with your studies, such as ERASMUS, exchange, placement, site visits etc.
We can't wait to see you all again!
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