In just under two weeks, the CAO Change of Mind facility will close and to help you with any last minute changes; DIT is hosting a live online chat every day next week from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.
Making a change to your CAO form? Think DIT
Now that the Leaving Certificate is (almost) a distant memory, you may be considering making some changes to your CAO form. Head of Admissions at DIT, Frank Costello has some advice for students re-thinking their CAO choices might need some additional information and help.
DIT Computer Academy for TY Students
Transition year students from across the country recently took part in the DIT School of Computing Academy where they got a glimpse of what it would be like to study computer science at third level.
DIT innovators find clever ways to recycle coffee
As Irish coffee culture continues to rise, so too does the problem of waste - DIT staff and students are finding creative ways to give coffee grounds a new lease of life.
Minister Mitchell O’Connor inspires women leaders in DIT
‘It is time for a more inclusive higher education landscape’ was the rallying call at the inspirational panel discussion on women in leadership in higher education in DIT last week.
Save the world with 3D Tech- Innovation Academy
Dublin School of Creative Arts at DIT has launched IDEA, a summer innovation, design and entrepreneurship academy for senior cycle secondary school students.
#RTÉ Brainstorm - 'Finding the most authentic Joyce pub for Bloomsday' by Barry Sheehan
To celebrate Bloomsday, Barry Sheehan, Lecturer in the Dublin School of Creative Arts in DIT, leads you to the most authentic Joyce pub.
DIT student wins IrelandSkills BIM competition
A fourth-year DIT architectural technology student, Ryan Dempsey, has won the inaugural WorldSkills Ireland Business Information Modelling (Revit) competition which took place in DIT Bolton Street last month.
First place win in Paris for Molecular Gastronomy
Ruth Kelly, MSc student in the DIT School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology, has won joint First Place in the student category at a major international molecular gastronomy competition, Note by Note, held in Paris on June 1st, 2018.
DIT students win prestigious engineering competition
Two students from the Product Design programme in DIT, Rachael Ryan and Olivia Holbrook, are the overall winners of this year's WHERE THERE IS NO ENGINEER, a national competition run by Engineers Without Borders - Ireland.
Winners of Morrison Scholarships 2018 announced
At the End of Year show last week the Dublin School of Architecture announced the winners of the 2018 Sir Richard Morrison Scholarships for Architecture and Architectural Technology.
DIT mark inaugural direct flight from Dublin to Beijing
Third-year event management students from DIT recently visited Dublin Airport to mark the inaugural direct flight from Dublin to Beijing by the carrier Hainan Airlines.
DIT Operatic Society presents Acis and Galatea
The DIT Operatic Society will make their debut next in a production of Handel's Acis and Galatea with two performances taking place on the 13th and 14th of June in Gleeson Hall in DIT Kevin Street at 7.30pm.
DIT Multi-activity summer camps in July/August
DIT Sports and Recreation Service is running summer camps for children, aged 6 to 9 and 10 to 13 years, during July and August.
DIT to host International Manufacturing Conference
State-of-the-art manufacturing technologies, design innovations and new approaches to talent management will be explored at this year’s International Manufacturing Conference on Wednesday 20 June in DIT Bolton Street.
Global Business Services Career Pathway Launch
DIT and the American Chamber of Ireland have launched a Global Business Services Career Pathway qualification aimed at employees of multi-nationals.
1916 Bursary Fund Ceremony Video
Last week, 25 students from DIT, ITB and ITT gathered in Grangegorman to receive the inaugural 1916 Bursary Fund, and four students took some time out from the celebrations to tell how it would help their education.
Ministers turn sod on new Quads in Grangegorman
The Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton, T.D., the Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe T.D. and the Minister of State for Higher Education, Mary Mitchell O’Connor T.D., today turned the sod on the East and Central Quads in DIT Grangegorman campus.
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