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As we get to the end of your first semester, many of you will be starting to think about assessments and exams. To help you to prepare for this period, we have set time aside for a Large Group Meeting so that you can get some advice on how to prepare for exams - tools techniques and tips.
No need to book a place - just choose from one of the times specified and turn up, thanks.
We will also use this as opportunity to have a chat and enjoy some holiday cheer and sweet treats as we approach the end of your first semester. Also, any student who attends one the sessions will be entered in a draw for some super prizes, including TU Dublin merchandise like pens, notepads etc
We look forward to seeing you then!
Following the provision of funding by Government and the HEA to make laptops available on long-term loan to students in particular need, TU Dublin has purchased over two thousand laptops for students in the University.
Students who wish to apply for a laptop through this scheme can do so now:
Apply for Laptop Loan Scheme
To ensure that these laptops are provided to those students in greatest immediate need, applications will be scored on the basis of current economic disadvantage combined with one or more socio-economic category.
Who is eligible?
Full-time undergraduate and postgraduate students from 1st year to final year; and Part-time students on a full undergraduate or postgraduate programme who meet the criteria in categories 1 and 2 below:
1. Economic Disadvantage (Low Household Income) – all applicants
- Combined household income less than €49,840 – financial documentation required
- HEAR/Access TU Dublin/Reach students and students who submit SUSI documentation indicating 100% grant (full fees paid by SUSI) do not have to submit financial supporting documentation.
2. Students from one of the target groups identified in the National Plan for Equity of Access to Higher Education
- Students disadvantaged by Socio-economic barriers:
- Students who were in the Care of the State (TUSLA)
- Students who were homeless in last 3 years
- Students who entered via access entry routes such as HEAR, Access TU Dublin
- Travellers and Roma Community
- Students with disabilities (students who entered via DARE or eligible to register with the disability service)
- Students who are lone parents
- Disadvantaged first time mature students
- Disadvantaged students who are members of ethnic minorities
- Disadvantaged students who hold further education qualifications
- Other - i.e. I do not fit into these categories, but I have other socio-economic disadvantages not listed and can upload supporting documentation
- Non-EU fee-paying international students
- Incoming Erasmus students
- Part-time students taking single modules/courses which do not lead to a full award