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International 2018-11-05T13:09:29+00:00

GLOBALLY ENGAGED

DCU is ranked in top 200 globally-engaged universities. This is a reflection of our commitment to engaging with the world outside our campuses.  We are very proud of our diverse, multi-ethnic community with almost 2,000 students from 114 countries enrolled on our programmes, with curricula which reflect the globalised world for which we must prepare our students.
Details of visa applications, scholarships and English language requirements can be found on the International Office website.

WUHAN UNIVERSITY, CHINA

Wuhan University (WHU) is one of China’s leading universities and DCU’s longest-standing partner institution in the country.

The Chinese Ministry of Education have approved a two-year collaborative MEng in Electronic and Computer Engineering (Major in Advanced Data Networks) between the School of Electronic Engineering in DCU and the School of Computer Science in Wuhan.  This joint initiative is both WHU’s and DCU’s first MOE-approved collaborative Master programme, and WHU is the highest ranked of any MOE approved Sino-Irish programme collaborators.

The first intake of 30 students is planned for September 2019 and students will be recruited through the Chinese National Postgraduate Entrance Examination. Students will spend the first year studying at WHU and the second year at DCU, earning a dual degree.

Graduates of the programme will benefit from Ireland’s two-year visa stay back option which affords international postgraduate degree holders with the opportunity to gain valuable work experience in Ireland’s exciting tech environment.

Photo: An Irish ministerial delegation visited Wuhan University (WHU) in China in October 2018 to mark the recent launch of a collaborative Master of Engineering programme between DCU and WHU.  Pictured with the Minister for State and Ireland’s Ambassador to China are Executive Dean of Faculty of Engineering and Computing, Professor Lisa Looney and Director International Engagement (NE Asia), Sylvia Schroeder.