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.
DIT Refresher Week 2018 – Get involved!
Getting involved in Clubs or in Societies at DIT is easy and Refresher Week is your perfect opportunity!
Win a €1,500 postgraduate advertising scholarship
DIT College of Business is celebrating the eighth successful year of its Postgraduate Diploma in Advertising and Digital Communication and to mark the occasion they are offering two successful applicants a scholarship worth €1,500 each.
Live CAO Chat with DIT: 29 January, 4.30pm
The CAO deadline is fast approaching! Worried about your choices and what they mean? Why not come online on 29 January at 4.30pm and talk to our experienced Admissions team who can provide you with advice and guidance.
DIT Conservatory presents Irish operetta 'The Sleeping Queen'
DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama will present the Dublin stage premiere of 'The Sleeping Queen', featuring vocal and drama students from the Conservatory in an exciting collaborative performance at the National Concert Hall.
DIT researcher wins Future Leading Lights Award
Dr Matteo Zallio, Arnold Graves post-doctoral researcher in DIT, has won the “Future Leading Lights Award” for the prototype TAILT, a responsive lighting system that provides safety, comfort and improved visibility for all cyclists.
DIT co-hosts EU research meeting on global entrepreneurship
Representatives from five countries in Europe and South Korea met today in DIT Aungier Street to discuss GETM3, a global entrepreneurial management research project funded through Horizon 2020, the EU's largest research and innovation programme.
Irish Hospitality Industries Exhibition: 6-7 February 2018
Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) School Culinary Arts and Food Technology academics and experts will be joined by hospitality industry leaders at the Irish Hospitality Industries Exhibition taking place in the RDS Main Hall on 6-7th February 2018.
Is your child short-sighted?
Do you know myopia is a risk factor for many eye diseases and blindness? Myopia (or short-sightedness) is the fastest growing condition in the world and is three times more common than obesity.
Early CAO fee just €30 until January 20th
CAO applications for 2018 opened in early November and already thousands of eager students have registered to avail of a discounted application fee of just €30 available up until Saturday 20th January.
DIT Lecturer joins board of Galway 2020
The Dublin School of Creative Arts is delighted to congratulate Leon Butler, Design Lecturer in DIT, on his appointment to the board of Galway 2020. Leon will work with a multidisciplinary team to ensure the successful delivery of the European Capital of Culture for Galway in 2020.
MBA Open Evening: 1 Feb 2018
As your alarm clock sounds on the first morning back to work after Christmas, it is expected that you may be slightly dreading a return to normality. It may be a case January blues or are you struggling to get out bed because you’re not reaching your full potential in your career?
Postgraduate programmes - Jan 2018
As 2017 draws to a close you may be contemplating a change in your career, perhaps you want to increase your earning potential, or merely wish to move into another sector
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