Apply for DIT’s Gaeltacht Scholarships for Staff & Students to spend a week in the Gaeltacht this summer learning and improving your Irish!
DIT and Purdue University sign new MOU
WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana —During a visit by a DIT delegation to Purdue University, the President of DIT, Professor Brian Norton and Purdue President Mitch Daniels signed an agreement that will expand on collaborative efforts that have been ongoing between the two institutions for more than a decade.
Speed network with Supply Chain Management experts
Anyone interested in taking on the challenge of the DIT MSc in Supply Chain Management is invited to find out more at a ‘speed networking event’ in Bolton Street on Thursday 26th May, from 18.30 to 20.00 hrs.
PMI and EI Project Management event at DIT
The College of Business at Dublin Institute of Technology, is delighted to invite you to a seminar by leading Project Management lecturer and consultant John McGrath
In memory of Eileen Fitzpatrick, DIT Careers Service
The late Eileen Fitzpatrick was central to the establishment of the DIT Career Development Centre and to integrating its services into student life.
DIT College of Business hosts Research Showcase
The College of Business recently hosted a Research Showcase from faculty and doctoral researchers at DIT Aungier Street.
Food Research Showcase takes place at Grangegorman
The first gathering of researchers took place in the new Greenway Hub on the DIT campus at Grangegorman yesterday, hosted by the Environmental Sustainability & Health Institute (ESHI).
Bicentenary of Dublin’s Ha’penny Bridge
Like the famous Ha’penny Bridge, DIT spans both sides of Dublin City but there is another connection between the two institutions.
Highway Engineering Launch of 3rd Edition
Highway Engineering: DIT Civil Engineers launch new edition
DIT hosts demonstration of Chinese cuisine
As part of the celebrations marking the 75th Anniversary of DIT Cathal Brugha Street, the School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology is hosting an expert demonstration of Chinese cuisine and fruit carvery.
Mont Kavanagh Awards for excellence in Architecture and Fine Art
The Mont Kavanagh Awards to recognise talented and committed DIT undergraduate students of Architecture and Fine Art were launched yesterday in Grangegorman by Mark Kavanagh, Chair of Hardwicke Property, and Professor Brian Norton, President of DIT.
INSPIRED Friend of Culinary Arts
Three brilliant young chefs from the School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology in the Dublin Institute of Technology won the top awards in a competition to create mouth-watering recipes for chicken dinners that can be ready in 21 minutes.
DIT Conservatory piano students to perform concert at Gleeson Theatre
Piano students from DIT Junior Conservatory perform a piano concert at the Gleeson Theatre, DIT Kevin Street on Wednesday June 1st, 6pm.
Live Q&A for CAO Applicants June 23rd
Thinking about studying Hospitality, Tourism, Leisure or Event Management next year? The School of Hospitality Management and Tourism will host its next Live Q&A on the 23rd of June 2016, just a week before the CAO deadline.
DIT hosts Conference on Maritime Spatial Planning in Ireland
Dublin Institute of Technology, McCabe Durney Barnes and Queens University Belfast have recently completed an EPA funded project on developing an Integrated Policy Framework for Maritime Spatial Planning in Ireland.
DIT shortlisted for Education Laboratory of the Year 2016
The School of Biological Sciences has been shortlisted for the Irish Laboratory Awards 2016 in the category Education Laboratory of the Year.
Dublin Gastronomy Symposium 2016
The third biennial Dublin Gastronomy Symposium (DGS) will take place in DIT Cathal Brugha Street on the 31st May and 1st June 2016 around the theme of ‘Revolution’.
DIT Conservatory to present free lunchtime concerts this April and May
DIT Conservatory presents a series of free lunchtime concerts in the beautiful Pepper Canister Church this April and May
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