Rigorously trained and creative, engineers, architects and landscape architects are vital to achieve a knowledge-based, sustainable future. The UCD College of Engineering and Architecture is a key player in this future.
In collaboration with industry, the College carries out research, training and technology transfer. Our courses at undergraduate and graduate level are developing constantly to reflect our changing environment; offering students and researchers diverse and exciting opportunities to fulfil their study and career ambitions. The UCD Bachelor of Engineering and the UCD Bachelor of Architecture are consistently the first choice for Irish Leaving certificate students. The contributory factors to this popularity are as follows: World Rankings, Accreditation, Research and Internships.
Yvonne Farrell and Shelly McNamara, both UCD Graduates and Directors of Grafton Architects recently won a major £100m project for the London School of Economics. The firm beat of competition from the top names in Architecture.
Three high-achieving students in Electronic and Computer Engineering were presented with awards of 2000 euro each at a presentation ceremony in the School on Wednesday 27th April. These new awards were instituted by Analog Devices Ireland (ADI) to encourage and celebrate academic excellence in degree programmes related to Electronic and Computer Engineering.
The US chemical giant Dow has made an investment in OxyMem Ltd, a University College Dublin spin-out company producing technology that efficiently treats pollutants in wastewater.
University College Dublin-based company Foundry Innovation and Research 1 (FIRE1) has raised €6.6m from investors for the development of a new medical device.
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