Today’s (1 December) funding round is being led by the Atlantic Bridge University Fund.
DIT students collaborate on Universal Design Exhibition at the National Museum o
How can design work for all people, regardless of disability? How do you design for all people and all needs?
DIT students are invited to participate in an Energy Awareness brainstorming ses
DIT students are invited to participate in a brainstorming session presented by GreenSoc with the DIT Estates Office to discuss ways to help students and staff reduce energy use on all DIT campuses.
DIT Societies Xmas Appeal 2016
DIT Sports challenge you to do the Turkey Run!
DIT Fit2Go Club wins White Flag Silver Award
Engineering students visit Walls Construction site
DIT students of Civil and Structural Engineering were recently invited to visit the Walls Construction Landings Site on Dublin’s North Wall Quays
DIT Civil Engineering student wins UA award
Congratulations to Mr. Sayed Ahmad Saeed who was awarded the Irish Regional Prize for the Built Environment Category of the 2016 Undergraduate Awards.
Consultation on the preparation of DIT's Second Official Languages Act Draft Sch
Since July 2003, The Official Languages Act has been in law.
DIT graduate is 2016 Eurotoques Young Chef winner
Maeve Walsh, a 23-year-old Dungarvan woman has been awarded the 2016 Euro-toques Young Chef of the Year title.
Kickstart the festive season with a Christmas Choir Concert by DIT Conservatory
Two choirs from DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama perform a Christmas concert in the beautiful surroundings of St Ann's Church, Dawson Street on Wednesday 7 December (8pm).
DIT welcomes young students to Grangegorman Campus
Over the last four weeks, colleagues in the DIT Access & Civic Engagement Office have delivered an exciting series of workshops in DIT Grangegorman.
“Walking Through the Rising” - Bolton Street to the Four Courts
“Walking through the Rising: From Bolton Street Tech to the Four Courts and Back”, compiled by DIT colleagues Tom Murphy, Sean O’Hogain, Tom Power and Les Smith, will be launched on 07 December in DIT Aungier Street.
12 Apps of Christmas …for mobile learning and teaching
This short free award winning course is for anyone who is interested in mobile learning, specifically the potential mobile apps hold for learning and teaching.
IDI Irish Design Award for DIT St. Patrick’s pageant
The DIT pageant in the 2016 St. Patrick’s Festival Parade has won the IDI Irish Design Award in the Design Education category.
Regeneration 16: Human settlement in an uncertain climate
Dublin Institute of Technology’s annual Regeneration Conference takes place in DIT Grangegorman on Friday afternoon, 9th December between 12 and 5pm.
DIT is committed to building vital relationships with our expanding community locally, nationally and internationally that draw on the power of scholarship and discovery to transform lives and advance the public good.
Industry & Community
Our students and academics develop exciting collaborations with industry and community organisations, in which we learn from each other.
A friendly campus made up of 20,000 students from every part of the world and all backgrounds makes for an exciting and fun place to learn and live life. From sports clubs to cultural events, our DIT community has it all.