DIT Student selected for ‘Sculpture in Context’ exhibit in Botanic Gardens Septe
Bringing the Sea to the Garden - DIT final year Student Emma Connell has been selected to exhibit her work ‘Deep Sea’ in this year’s ‘Sculpture in Context’ in Botanic Gardens
Tips for your accommodation search
Planning to study in DIT? You won’t regret your decision!
DIT to host Host Family Information evening August 25
The Financial Aid and Accommodation office will be hosting an information evening for existing families who provide student accommodation and any perspective families interested in hosting a student for the upcoming academic year.
Calling all Entrepreneurs – Get your application in now for New Frontiers Phase
Calling all Entrepreneurs – Get your application in now for New Frontiers Phase 1 programme
The grass is greener at DIT
New pitches at Grangegorman ready to play
Vanbrugh Quartet in association with DIT Conservatory to perform as part of ‘Com
to perform as part of ‘Composing the Island’ series September 8th, 11th, 25th
Ten DIT students make the list for world’s ultimate academic award
Ten DIT students have made it through to the final stage of the Undergraduate Awards 2016.
DIT student on her way to Rio!
DIT student Ellen Keane will be competing in the Rio 2016 Paralympics in a few weeks’ time.
Maths Competency Test for CAO applicants
Students who have applied through the CAO for some Level 8 degree programmes in DIT will be required to have Higher Level Maths
Lord Mayor visits Grangegorman Campus
The newly elected Lord Mayor of Dublin City, Cllr Brendan Carr visited the Grangegorman campus yesterday.
New Frontiers 10 - Phase 1 Now Open for Applications
The New Frontiers Programme is aimed at supporting the establishment and growth of technology or knowledge intensive ventures that have the potential to trade internationally and create employment in Ireland. DIT Hothouse deliver the 3-phased programme in partnership with IADT.
DIT hosts Workshop in Public Transport Network Design
DIT will host a workshop in Public Transport Network Design in advance of the 2016 Conference of the Irish Transport Research Network (ITRN2016).
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.
Industry & Community
Our students and academics develop exciting collaborations with industry and community organisations, in which we learn from each other.
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.