Will community energy power Ireland’s green revolution?
DIT is working with the International Energy Research Centre and industry partners to help transform the energy landscape in Ireland, empowering communities to produce much more energy from renewable sources than ever before.
Culture night in Grangegorman: Friday, 21 September
DIT in partnership with the Grangegorman Development Agency, the HSE and the Grangegorman Public Art initiative “the lives we live” is hosting a series of performances, talks and tours as part of Culture Night 2018.
Interested in PhD opportunities? - upcoming Information Sessions
Professor Mary McNamara, Head of the DIT Graduate Research School, will hold information sessions on graduate research opportunities at DIT on 26th and 27th September. All final-year undergraduate and taught postgraduate students are welcome to attend.
DIT researchers invited to speak at '2018 Work Marathon' in London
DIT researchers Professor Noel Fitzpatrick and Dr Glenn Loughran have been invited to speak at the '2018 Work Marathon', a major event in London exploring the future of work.
DIT student research celebrated at RISE Awards
Earlier this month over 80 researchers and academics gathered in DIT Grangegorman for the SEEDS 2018 conference which focused on reducing the adverse effects of the construction industry on our environment.
#RTEBrainstorm - 'What is the Ploughing all about?' by Kieran O'Connell
Europe's biggest outdoor agri-business event is basically the Electric Picnic for farmers and should be on everyone's bucket list - Kieran O'Connell, DIT Hothouse, leads you into the buzz and bustle of the Ploughing Campionships.
Bursary Fund now open for 1st year applications
DIT is delighted to launch phase 2 of the 1916 Bursary Fund in conjunction with the Higher Education Authority and our TU Dublin Partners - IT Tallaght and IT Blanchardstown. There are 25 Bursaries available across the TU Dublin partners.
Irish Language Classes in DIT for 2018/19
A new term of Free Irish language Classes for DIT Staff & Students will begin from the 1st of October 2018 organised by Oifig na Gaeilge, DIT’s Irish language office and supported by DIT Staff Development.
#RTE Brainstorm - 'What tech is doing to your eyesight?' by Saoirse McCrann
The constant use of mobile phones, iPads, tablets and computers is causing short-sightedness and blurred vision writes DIT PhD student, Saoirse McCrann.
Zig Zag by A Playful City
On a walk through Dublin City, you might be hard-pressed to find somewhere to rest your weary legs. A new social initiative created for and with the local community of Spencer Dock not only provides a comfortable seat but one that is also visually exciting and fun.
DIT researcher receives Fulbright Fellowship
One of Dublin Institute of Technology’s (DIT) most accomplished researchers, Dr Matteo Zallio, has been awarded the prestigious Fulbright Fellowship to begin research into User Experience Facilitators at Stanford University.
#RTEBrainstorm - What sci-fi tells us about the future of food' by Diarmuid Cawley
Films like Star Trek, Star Wars and Blade Runner 2049 have much to say about what an imagined future food culture might look like, writes Dr Diarmuid Cawley, Lecturer in Culinary Arts and Gastronomy in DIT.
Call for Tutors - Access and Civic Engagement Office
Have you got an undergraduate degree and are interested in helping Access students achieve their academic goals? The Access and Civic Engagement Office in DIT is seeking applications for the role of Tutor.
DIT Clubs and Societies Festival 2018
The DIT Clubs and Societies Festival is BACK!
5 simple ways to manage your money better
If you're starting in DIT this month, this might be your first time living away from home and managing your expenses. We won't pretend that this will be easy but making a budget and sticking to it can make a massive difference to your finances.
DIT students are leaders of tomorrow
Two DIT students Claire Nicholl and Ciaran Conlon have won Accenture’s Leaders of Tomorrow summer accelerator programme. The pair were recognised for their work developing an app called Compensave which uses gamification to make saving money fun.
How we build for the future - SEEDS 2018
Over 80 international academics and researchers have arrived in Dublin’s newest urban quarter at Grangegorman today for a conference on sustainable design hosted by Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT).
Secretary of State for Education visits DIT
Damian Hinds MP, the United Kingdom Secretary of State for Education, and the British ambassador to Ireland, Robin Barnett CMG visited the new Dublin Institute of Technology campus at Grangegorman yesterday, accompanied by officials of the UK Department of Education and the Department of Education and Skills in Ireland.
DIT student wins National James Dyson Award
Evan Stuart, a final-year student of Product Design in DIT, has been named the winner of the Irish leg of the 2018 James Dyson award, which carries a prize of €2,500.
Your first few weeks at DIT
Starting college is an exciting time, but with some of your new-found freedoms, you may find college a difficult transition from school. Here is our guide to help you get the most out of those first few weeks in college.
A guide to your health and well-being at DIT
As a new student in DIT, you will have access to many support services designed to help you overcome any problem that may affect your health or well-being.
BÚA Scholarships 2018/19 – Oifig na Gaeilge now accepting applications
If you have Irish, are inspired and energised in promoting and developing the Irish language in DIT, we want to hear from you!
A model of student leadership
Earlier this year, DIT honoured over 100 students for their outstanding commitment to volunteer work at an annual awards ceremony hosted by DIT Access and Civic Engagement (ACE).
DIT at the Venice Architecture Biennale
Eight Dublin School of Architecture lecturers were selected to exhibit at FREESPACE during the International Venice Biennale Architecture Exhibition 2018.
New to DIT and looking for academic support?
Congratulations, you’re now officially a student of DIT! Before classes begin in mid-September, we thought you might be interested in reading about the academic support available throughout DIT.
Disability Support Services at DIT
If you have just accepted a place in DIT this September - congratulations and welcome!
DIT student wins 2018 Greatness in Mapping Award
Mats’eliso Thobei, an MSc Spatial Planning student in DIT, has won the prestigious "Greatness in Mapping Award" at the 2018 State of the Map Conference, an annual worldwide gathering which celebrates the very best of talent in the Open Street Mapping community.
Golden Arrow Awards - Registration Now Open
To celebrate a decade of success for the institutional repository, Arrow@DIT, Library Services and the Research Directorate will co-host an event on Thursday 27th of September.
Student feature: Top renting tips from DIT
If you're from outside Dublin and are due to begin classes in DIT soon, finding accommodation in the city is likely to be your number one priority right now. We have some tips to help the process a little easier.
A new university for a changing world
The alliance of Dublin Institute of Technology, Institute of Technology Blanchardstown and Institute of Technology Tallaght is set to become the first Technological University (TU Dublin) in Ireland, as revealed by An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD in Grangegorman today.
Oifig na Gaeilge DIT is now welcoming applications for their Irish language scholarship initiative Bain Úsáid Aisti (BÚA) for the next academic year 2018/19.
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.
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.