Technological University Dublin has 120 places available for mature students wishing to return to education.
The TU Dublin Access Foundation Programme is designed to “encourage people who have been away from education for an extended period to pursue a third-level qualification”.
Access Programme lecturer Dr Brian Murphy said:
The Access Foundation Programme prepares mature students personally and academically to undertake undergraduate programmes across a range of disciplines in TU Dublin (City, Tallaght and Blanchardstown campuses), including Science & Health, Engineering & Built Environment, Business, Community Development, Early Childhood Development, Computer Science and Arts & Tourism….
The TU Dublin Access Foundation Programme is full-time commitment with approximately 22 hours of class time per week and a further 20 hours of independent study.
The programme runs from September to May each year. The Access Programme is free of charge and students may be eligible for the Back to Education Allowance.
Applications close on August 23 at 5pm. Any mature student interested in applying should email email@example.com .