Computing Student Wins Place on University of Notre Dame’s ESTEEM Masters Programme

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Dublin City University student Robert Lis has been awarded a place on the Engineering, Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Excellence Masters (ESTEEM) programme at US University, Notre Dame, for the Academic Year 2014/15. The student will be supported by a fellowship from the Naughton Foundation which, every year, makes 4-5 awards to outstanding candidates from Trinity College Dublin, University College Dublin, Dublin City University and University College Cork.

OPENET to support School of Computing


Openet, one of the largest privately-owned software companies in Ireland, has agreed to provide essential funding to DCU to strengthen academic resources within the School of Computing.   

A significant number of Openet staff are DCU graduates, according to Joe Hogan, a proud graduate himself of DCU's BSc in Computer Applications (1989), “Openet has long recognised the calibre of graduates produced by DCU, particularly from the School of Computing, and more recently we have been working to strengthen the relationship links between Openet and the university.  We are keen for DCU students to view Openet as an employer of choice when they graduate.” 

Some Fantastic Projects Displayed at DCU’s Faculty of Engineering and Computing Final Year Expo

FYP-Expo2014-1This year saw the largest turnout ever of both final year students and employers  to  the Faculty of Engineering and Computing Expo. Over 175 projects were on display from the School of Computing, the School of Electronic Engineering and the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering.  Employers were impressed with the range of technology on show and spent much time talking to students in detail about their projects.   Many of the companies visiting hired students on the day.  SAP Ireland was the main sponsor again this year and sponsors of prizes included Fidelity Investments, FINEOS, OPENET, Ericsson and IBM.

The winner of the most innovative project was ‘Safe Return’ created by Computer Applications student Martin Jeffers, chosen by OPENET.  Joe Hogan, CTO said “our criteria focused on novel projects that had real potential to be developed with the help of OPENET.  We were impressed on how Martin delivered two very polished mobile applications, with excellent user interface design and well engineered back-end architecture”.

Change your mind? Choose Computing @ DCU

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CAO applicants will be able to register on-line a change of course choices, free of charge from the 5th May until the 1 July 2014 @ 5.15pm. So now you have the opportunity to make sure the course preferences you indicated on your CAO application are the ones you definitely want to study.  It is important to make sure you are happy with your choices as you join the exciting and challenging journey through third level education.

CAO Change of Mind Video Guide is here

Change of Mind Open Day

On Thursday, 26th June 2014 DCU will host an open day specifically for CAO change of mind applicants. This will take place form 11am - 2pm.  Offering a unique opportunity for 2014 CAO applicants and their parents/guardians to find out all they need to know to make a more informed decision about DCU before the CAO Change of Mind deadline on July 1st. Attendees will not only find out first hand all they need to know about their undergraduate programme(s) of choice at DCU, but also what day to day life is like on campus.

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