TU Dublin Reading & Writing for Academic Purposes Session for Mature Students

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TU Dublin is hosting a workshop Reading & Writing for Academic Purposes Session for Mature Students on Thursday, September 7 · 11am – 1pm at TU Dublin Central Quad Room CQ-009 Grangegorman Campus.

TU Dublin Reading & Writing for Academic Purposes Session for Mature Students

This session is for all TU Dublin Mature & Advanced Entry Students from all campus. It is a generic session aimed at undergraduate students from all disciplines (Arts & Humanities, Business, STEM).

This session will adopt a hybrid format. You may choose to attend the session in person in the Central Quad, Room CQ-009, Grangegorman Campus or, if unable to attend in person, you may join the session ONLINE.

Register here

Presenter: Maria-Jose Gonzalez, Lecturer and Head of the Academic Writing & Learning Centre at TU Dublin.

Join Maria-Jose for this two-hour workshop and learn valuable insights and strategies to manage your college reading and writing assignments.

This is an interactive workshop.


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About TU Dublin

At TU Dublin, we continuously focus on what you, our prospective students want to study and how these courses can be developed and offered. Keeping pace with the demands of the workplace will ensure that the right courses are developed accurately and swiftly.

As the largest provider of part-time education in Ireland, we award students at all levels including…

  • Bachelors Degree
  • Honours Degree
  • Higher Certificate
  • Postgraduate Diploma
  • Masters Degree
  • Professional Body Awards
  • Certificates of Completion

With programmes in great locations all over the city, there’s sure to be a course for you.

Deeply embedded in our region, TU Dublin has campuses in Dublin City Centre in Grangegorman, Aungier Street and Bolton Street, and one each in Blanchardstown and in Tallaght, and, through our major infrastructural development plan, we are currently investing over €500 million in new, state-of-the-art, technology-enabled facilities to enhance our students’ experience.

While TU Dublin is already a leader in STEM disciplines, the University also supports the largest cohort of students of business, media, culinary arts, and the creative and performing arts in Ireland. We are passionate about life-long learning and, as the largest provider of part-time education, we make an important contribution to the economic life of Ireland, enabling capacity building for the future.

With an international outlook, we welcome students and staff from around the world while our strong international partnerships provide plenty of opportunities for student and staff exchange programmes; major cross-collaboration research projects; and employment opportunities. We are immensely proud of our global network of over 100,000 graduates.

Within TU Dublin, the School of Surveying and Innovation (SSCI), which comprises of the disciplines of  Geospatial Surveying, Construction Management, Quantity Surveying, Real Estate and Valuations and Digital Construction, aims to lead the education and development of future leaders and innovators for the industries. This will be accomplished by delivering engaged, and research-informed teaching with pathways for all, resulting in graduates with the attributes required to address national and global challenges, and by providing a supporting framework to facilitate academic staff in pursuing their chosen career pathway.

Steven Galvin

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