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Fleet Transport Awards 2018

The Logistics Associate Apprenticeship developed by DIT received the prestigious Innovation Award at the Fleet Transport Awards and Networking Event last Thursday.

DIT and ITT students take part in Pilot Programme supported by Intel Ireland

Fifteen Engineering students selected from DIT and IT Tallaght (ITT) took part in a hands-on pilot programme supported by Intel Ireland to develop the skills necessary to work on the manufacturing of high-spec microprocessors for computers.

INTER:NATION – DIT collaborates on European art research conference

The Graduate School of Creative Arts & Media (GradCAM) at DIT is collaborating with the European Artistic Research Network to present Inter:Nation, a conference addressing the impact of artist and activist practices on traditional understandings of the nation and state.

IMRAM Literature Festival 2018

In collaboration with IMRAM, DIT lecturers Clare Bell and Brenda Dermody have curated another special exhibition of Irish language literature texts imaginatively rendered by DIT design students.

Guidance Counsellor Information Day

The Admissions Team at DIT will host an information day for Guidance Counsellors on Wednesday, 24th October 2018 from 8.45 am to 2 pm in St Laurence's at DIT Grangegorman.

When Artists Curate : Alison Green in Discussion

An increasing proportion of exhibitions are curated by artists rather than professional curators. Alison Green will present her recent book, When Artist Curate: Contemporary Art and the Exhibition as Medium, a critical history of visual artists curating exhibitions.

Taking Back the Web - 19/20 October 2018

Leading figures in media and academia will gather in Dublin next week for - Taking Back the Web - a major conference focusing on how critical media literacy can address the widespread loss of trust in the media.

DIT student wins RIAI Sustainable Design Award

DIT is delighted to announce that Architectural Technology student, Eoin Carney, has won the 2018 RIAI Student Award for Sustainable Design. Overall, seven DIT Architecture and Architectural Technology students won awards at the ceremony which took on Day 2 of the RIAI Annual Conference on Saturday, 6 October.

Dublin School of Creative Arts Open Day - 22 Nov

Dublin School of Creative Arts in DIT will host an Open Day and Portfolio Clinics for students interested in applying through the CAO to a number of creative programmes on Thursday, 22 November in Grangegorman.

Making the Web All Ages Event: Sat, 20 October

The Centre for Critical Media Literacy at DIT is hosting an event for anyone interested in making their own media on Saturday, 20 October 2018 as part of its second annual conference.

Study Skills Workshops: all students welcome

Could you do with some help on how to take good study notes that will help with revision?

Professor Brian Norton, President of DIT, appointed to leading European energy panel

Professor Brian Norton, President, DIT, has been appointed to the Energy Steering Panel for the European Academies’ Science Advisory Council (EASAC), a leading European council that provides independent scientific advice to EU energy and climate policy makers.

DIT receives Athena SWAN award for gender equality

Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) has been awarded the Athena SWAN Bronze Award in recognition of its commitment to advancing gender equality for women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and for bringing about organisational and cultural change within the Institute.

DIT to host national planning meeting on future of the marine

The Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government is holding an event in DIT Grangegorman on 23 October to give coastal communities and stakeholders an opportunity to have their say in the future sustainable development of the marine.

Disability Support Services at DIT

DIT offers a number of supports to all students with a disability, for example, learning support, assistive technology support and exam accommodations.

Counselling Service at DIT

The start of a new academic year can be a very stressful time as you adjust to a busy schedule. If you're struggling to cope, the DIT Student Counselling and Development Service is here to provide support in person, by email or live chat.

DIT launches Ireland's first logistics apprenticeship

Logistics and freight distribution companies from across Ireland have warned that a no-deal Brexit coupled with an acute shortage of qualified logistics workers could lead to significant disruption in the sector.

Run for Rep!

Want to work with DIT Students' Union and be the voice of your class? Are you passionate about solving problems? Why not run for the role of DITSU class rep?

DIT Student Global Winner of Undergraduate Award

A soon-to-be graduate of Marketing in DIT was announced on Friday as a Global Winner of the Undergraduate Awards 2018.

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.

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).

"What's a desktop?" and other first-year questions

We surveyed almost 3,000 incoming DIT students last week about their use of tech devices and here's what we found.

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.

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The Student Experience

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.