The College of Business at DIT has just welcomed its first cohort of students into its exciting new fashion programme delivered by the Arthur Ryan Retail Centre.
Future-proof your career with DIT
DIT is hosting a Postgraduate Open Evening on Thursday, 8 March from 5.30 to 7.30pm for ambitious individuals interested in pursuing a career-focused qualification.
1916 bursary fund now open for applications
DIT is now seeking applications from current first-year students for the 1916 Bursary Fund announced by the Minister for Education and Skills in December 2017. The deadline to apply is Sunday, 4 March 2018.
DIT Access students visit Leinster House
On Wednesday 14th February, students from the DIT Access Foundation Programme visited Leinster House and enjoyed a tour of our national parliament.
International Women's Day
Join us on the eve of International Women’s Day for a celebration of achievement in DIT!
Irish Student Engagement Survey 2018
The Irish Student Engagement Survey (ISSE) 2018 launched on Monday and will remain open until Sunday, 4 March. It is your chance to tell us about your experience of DIT and of higher education in Ireland.
DIT Hothouse launch Open Labs
Valentine's may be a day for lovers, but small businesses across the Greater Dublin Region could meet their perfect match through a pioneering new SME programme launched by DIT Hothouse this week.
Curating Conflict - Friday, 9 March
The Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media (GradCAM) and the Dublin School of Creative Arts at DIT will host the Curating Conflict workshop with the Royal Armouries(England) at DIT Grangegorman on Friday, 9 March.
Creating a diverse and inclusive workplace for Engineering & Construction
Join us for a panel discussion on 'Creating a diverse and inclusive workplace for Engineering and Construction - Lessons learned from other industries' -
Thursday 1 March in DIT Bolton Street.
Just ask - The patient’s voice is key to quality healthcare
Dr Vivienne Byers, a researcher in the Environmental, Sustainability and Health Institute at Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), highlights the Patient Survey Programme in Tallaght Hospital as a visionary initiative that can serve as “an exemplar in Irish healthcare.”
Joe Kindregan announced as new President of the Institute of Structural Engineers
Mr Joe Kindregan, former Head of the Department of Civil and Structural Engineering in DIT, has been elected as the President of the Institution of Structural Engineers for the year 2019, and will be the first President of the organisation from the Republic of Ireland.
DIT progress to the Fitzgibbon Cup semi-finals
The DIT Men’s Hurling side beat UCD in a tight contest at Belfield to make it to the semi-finals of the Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon Cup. DIT will now meet DCU in the semi-finals on Tuesday, 13 February in Parnell Park at 7pm.
DIT student wins Hamilton Prize
Final-year DIT Mathematical Sciences student, Oliwia Jarosz, recently received the prestigious Hamilton Prize from the Royal Irish Academy (RIA).
DIT international students visit Glendalough
On Saturday, 3 February 42 DIT International and Erasmus students braved the cold winds and rain to travel to Glendalough, Wicklow for a day immersed in the beauty of the lakes, mountains and greenery of the area.
Sean O’Rourke launches “Dipping into Lent” in DIT Bolton Street
Well-known broadcaster Sean O’Rourke was guest of honour in DIT Bolton Street on February 1st to launch a new book by Fr Alan Hilliard, Head of the Pastoral and Chaplaincy Service at DIT.
Have you got what it takes to be a DIT elite athlete?
The Elite Athlete Academic Entry Scheme is now open for applications for top athletes planning to begin their undergraduate studies in DIT this September. The deadline to apply is 1st May 2018.
Irish Language Classes in DIT for ‘Bliain na Gaeilge’ 2018
Oifig na Gaeilge, DIT’s Irish language office is organising a new term of Free Irish language Classes for Staff & Students which will begin from the 29th January across 5 DIT campuses. Classes will be provided at 5 different levels, from Complete Beginners to Higher Intermediate and will take place at lunch times and evenings.
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