Notice to incoming undergraduate students 2020/2021 – orientation and online teaching
Further to the government announcement of Friday 18th September 2020, moving Dublin to Level 3, DCU Business School has updated our plans for orientation and teaching in the early part of semester one.
This post refers to undergraduate programmes.
All incoming student induction sessions will now be delivered entirely online during the week of September 28th. Please do not travel to campus.
As previously notified, different incoming class groups will have their programme relevant induction sessions according to the schedule below:
Business Studies International
Accounting & Finance; Aviation Management and Pilot Studies
Marketing, Innovation and Technology
Global Business (all groups)
The specific programme of events for next week will be published on your orientation schedule on MY DCU (on Loop) on Thursday afternoon.
The information will be available in the Stage 4 Section. https://loop.dcu.ie/login/index.php
Teaching and Learning:
In order to provide increased clarity and short-term certainty for students it has been decided that all teaching and learning activities will take place online up until 31st October. There will be no campus based classes until after this date.
We encourage you to contact the relevant points of contact for your course for further information or concerns that you may have.
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