Timeline 1970 - Present Day
Carlow and Waterford RTC’s open
The Institutes of Technology Act
National Strategy for higher Education to 2030
The TUSE project is initiated by the TU South-East consortium of Institute of Technology Carlow and WIT
Stage 1 joint submission by the two institutes to the HEA submitted in May setting out their strategic intentions in response to the publication of the ’Process and Criteria for Technological University Designation’
Minister for Education and Skills gives approval for the South East Consortium to progress to Stage 2 of the national process for Technological University designation
Minister for Education and Skills establishes a process of engagement and consultation, with the governing bodies, staff and students of both Institutes, together with the wider community in the South-East
Both institutes publish their vision for the TUSE. Engagement and Consultation Process on a Technological University for the South-East report is subsequently published
Funding support received under the HEA’s Scheme to Provide Support for the Restructuring of the Higher Education Landscape
MOU signed by the Presidents and Governing Body Chairs of both South East Institutes and a new joint Project Steering Group established
The Technological Universities Bill is signed in to law by the President (March 19th 2018)
Technological Universities Connectedness & Collaboration through Connectivity (TURN) report is published. Further HEA Landscape funding secured supporting the TUSEI project.
Carlow and Waterford Institutes of Technology celebrate 50 years serving the South East. Joint TUSEI Project Office established.
Carlow and Waterford Institutes of Technology submit Application to the Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science for an Order to Establish the Technological University of South East Ireland on April 30th.