Will you soon be joining us at DCU? Lucky you! Dublin is not just one of the most beautiful and unique cities in the world, it is also renowned for its quality education. There is so much to see and do in Dublin, but first of all you should get acquainted with the Dublin City University and learn more about all the things it has to offer. In order not to get lost in the DCU campus, we have prepared a useful map that will help you navigate your way with ease and feel at home!
We really hope that this map will be useful to all of those who are just starting out, as well as those who are studying with us for a while. Hopefully, you will enjoy your university stay and have the time of your life while studying what you love and working on your future prospects.
Please note both maps will be printed in the conference programme book at the top of the page.
Key to the Buildings:
A ALBERT COLLEGE BUILDING. The west wing houses the offices of the University President, Deputy President, Secretary, as well as the DCU Educational Trust and the DCU Alumni Office.
B INVENT. On the ground floor is the Office of the Vice President for Research.
C HENRY GRATTAN BUILDING. Houses the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences. On the ground floor at the entrance opposite the Main Resturant, is the Student Advice Centre and the offices of the Student Support and Development.
CA HENRY GRATTAN EXTENSION. On the ground floor are Registry and Information Systems & Services (ISS). On the first floor is the School of Education Studies.
D BEA ORPEN BUILDING which houses The National Institute of Digital Learning and Open Education.
E ESTATES OFFICE.
F CAR PARK 1 – the multi-storey car park. The Security Office is located at the exit barrier.
G NICB BUILDING – National Institute of Cellular Biology.
HEALTH SCIENCES BUILDING. On the ground floor is the reception for the School of Nursing and the Faculty of Science & Health. Also located nearby is the Exwell Medical Centre.
J HAMILTON R & D BUILDING.
K THE HUB, the Student Social Centre (including The Venue), and also the Students’ Union Offices.
L MCNULTY BUILDING houses the School of Computing and the Faculty of Engineering & Computing Office. On the ground floor are located the offices of Fiontar.
M INTERFAITH CENTRE.
N MARCONI BUILDING contains the School of Physics and part of the School of Electronic Engineering.
PR THE PAVILION. Located here are CTYI (Centre for Talented Youth in Ireland) and the Campus Office of Boston University.
P MAIN RESTAURANT.
Q DCU BUSINESS SCHOOL with the Centre for Executive Education on the third floor.
QA DCU ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. This includes the Main Reception, Finance and Human Resources.
STOKES BUILDING. This includes the School of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering and most of the School of Electronic Engineering.
T TERENCE LARKIN THEATRE. The largest lecture theatre in the University.
U UNIVERSITY SPORTS CLUB and reception. Also RECEPTION FOR CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION and College Park Residences (plus main hall and rock climbing wall).
V1 & V2 HAMSTEAD AND LARKFIELD UNDERGRADUATE RESIDENCES.
VA & VB POST GRADUATE RESIDENCES.
W SPORTS CLUB RESIDENCES.
X LONSDALE BUILDING. Containing the Schools of: Biotechnology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Health & Human Performance.
Y JOHN & AILEEN O’REILLY LIBRARY.
Z THE HELIX ARTS CENTRE.