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TU Dublin Students’ Union Pledges Support For The National Student Protest, Calling Students To...

TU Dublin Students’ Union has pledged its full support for The Union of Students Ireland (USI) plans National Student Demonstration in Dublin City on...
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Welcome to Freshers Fest 2023: Your Ultimate Guide to an Unforgettable Week at TU...

Hello, Freshers of 2023! Welcome to TU Dublin, where your journey of academic and personal growth begins. As you step into this new chapter...
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TU Dublin Students’ Union: Doubling Our Impact with the Irish Cancer Society

  Every academic year brings new opportunities for growth, community involvement, and positive change. At TU Dublin Students' Union, we take these opportunities to heart,...

Students’ Union Criticizes ‘Call for tougher Leaving Cert grading as university dropout rates climb’

The TU Dublin Students’ Union is deeply concerned about the recent surge in university dropout rates and believes that the root causes are directly...

Student Leader Says Changes to SUSI Grant Scheme Are Welcome, But More Needs To...

“The SUSI eligibility reforms are a reasonable first step, but they do not come close to solving the financial burdens faced by students.” – Saoirse Daly, Vice President for Education, TU Dublin Students’ Union

President of TU Dublin SU Welcomes Announcement of New Infrastructural Developments at Grangegorman Campus

Proposals include the provision of Affordable Accommodation, Indoor Sports Facilities, and a New Student Centre on Campus The announcement was made at the official opening...

Inauguration Ceremony Wraps Up A Year of Great Events For TU Dublin SU!

Formal event also sees the official signing of the new SU Constitution by the President and Chairperson of the Student Council, witnessed by the...

‘The biggest farce in the history of the Irish Government’ – President of TU...

“The biggest farce in the history of the Irish Government.” That was the verdict of TU Dublin Students’ Union President Brian Jordan following proceedings...

Student Achievements Recognised at 2023 TU Dublin Student Awards Ceremony  

Honorary Membership of TU Dublin Students’ Union Bestowed on Brian Gormley, long-standing advocate and ally of the Irish Student Movement Students also present a cheque...

TU Dublin Students’ Union Hosts Final Student Council Meeting of 2022/23 in Dublin City...

SU Council Adopts Policy on Fair Pay for Work, in addition to a motion on improved infrastructure support and funding for TU Dublin Bolton...

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Mental Health in the Age of Social Media: A Guide for TU Dublin Students

  In the digital age, social media has become an integral part of our daily lives. Platforms like Instagram, Twitter (I refuse to call it...
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Mental Health Challenges at TU Dublin: Navigating Academia and Adulthood

  Embarking on an undergraduate journey at TU Dublin is both an exciting and transformative period for many students. As we dive deep into our...
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Israeli-Palestinian ‘Conflict’ Policy unanimously passed by TU Dublin Students’ Union Student Council. 

  Israeli-Palestinian ‘Conflict’ Policy unanimously passed by TU Dublin Students’ Union Student Council.   At the first Student Council of the academic year, Thursday 26th October 2023,...