Welcome to the BSc (Hons) in BIM (Digital Construction) at Technological University Dublin.
Kevin Furlong
Mr. Kevin Furlong
MSc in aBIMM, MEd, BEng in Building Services Engineering
Programme Chair
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Welcome Note
On behalf of the staff of the College of Engineering & Built Environment and the DT8xxx/DT8xxx Programme Committee, we would like to welcome you to Technological University Dublin and to wish you a rewarding and successful year ahead.  

We congratulate you on securing a place on a highly sought-after programme and we hope you will find it challenging, stimulating, and exciting. 

Our aim is to provide a creative, committed, and energetic environment within which our students can explore and develop their individual abilities to work collaboratively with other disciplines and our professionally experienced staff within a BIM environment.  We  want  to  assure  you  that  your choice of programme will not only provide you with the necessary  skills and knowledge  to excel  in  your  chosen  careers,  but  will  also  assist  in  your  lifelong development, both academically and personally.

Your programme committee strives to ensure that your experience of the Programme is a memorable and enjoyable one, and as such we are always happy to offer our advice and assistance. Please do not hesitate to contact your year tutor, programme chair, any member of your lecturing team, or the Head of School or School Administrator at any stage should you require guidance or assistance. 

The BSc (Hons) in BIM (Digital Construction) programme offers both domain-specific modules focussing on modelling, review, and exploitation, along with federation & validation as well as BIM standards & principles BIM modules. The remainder of the programme is composed of work-based learning and dissertation modules which focus on employability skills and developing graduates capable of problem-solving, appraising opportunities and challenges, and appropriate decision-making, respectively. The programme content is underpinned by principles of Lean and Sustainability to ensure that graduates 
This handbook is designed to give you an overview of the TU Dublin and the Programme on which you have enrolled. 

Big BIM Room in usage by MSc in aBIMM students
Room 380 - Big Room

The handbook contains essential information about staff in the various schools, assessments, library and computer facilities within TU Dublin. It also includes details on the duration and content of your programme, assessment procedures and regulations, links to module descriptors, student support services, lecturer contact details, etc. 

Your transition into a new cultural, social, and academic environment will certainly be challenging at times but there are a range of excellent support services throughout TU Dublin, which will provide the support and advice you may require during your time with us. You will find links to all of these services in this handbook.

I hope that you find the Student Handbook a useful resource as you begin to settle into a new stage of your life as a TU Dublin student. 

Best wishes for the year ahead.
Mr. Kevin Furlong
Programme Chair 
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