The School of Electronic Engineering is now inviting applications for a new suite of courses under the Government’s Springboard+ initiative 2018. All courses under Springboard+ are free for those who are unemployed, those previously self-employed and those returning to work. Employed participants on the DCU Springboard+ courses will be subsidised 90% of the course [...]
A team of third year Engineering students from Dublin City University were runners up in the ESB Inter-College Challenge which took place at the Irish Management Institute.Daraigh Eglington O' Toole, Dylan Vincent Do Couto, Conor Patrick Meyler and Christopher Gerard Carragher (pictured) took part in this year's event which aims to test the engineering, financial [...]
The DCU School of Electronic Engineering opened its doors to the public on November 17th and 18th as part of the DCU Open Days 2017.In addition to a wide range of presentations and demonstrations in the Stokes Building (S Building), students had the opportunity to talk informally to staff and current students to hear first-hand [...]
According to the Telegraph, prospective university students set on making their millions should sign up for engineering lectures.Read the full article here.
Congratulations to Aoife Grady on being awarded the ‘ON Semiconductor Scholarship in Electronics’. Aoife is one of two final year engineering students awarded the scholarship for the upcoming academic year 2017/2018. The scholarship will support Aoife in completing her final year of study on the B.Eng. in Electronic and Computer Engineering programme in the School [...]
Read IEEE Spectrum's Where the Jobs Are: 2017. The keyword used in describing electrical engineering job trends this year is “high,” says Angela Keller, vice president of recruiting at the U.S. employment firm Randstad Engineering: “High growth, high salaries, high demand, high competition among hiring companies.”