DCU gets funding for major €230m expansion
ISIF and European Investment Bank put up cash for capital projects
Dublin City University is to spend €230 million on a major campus investment with funding provided by the European Investment Bank and Ireland Strategic Investment Fund.
The money will go towards a new student centre, new sports facilities, additional on-campus accommodation and new modern classrooms, the college said today.
The Ireland Strategic Investment Fund, managed by the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA), has initially committed long-term funding...
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