If you’re not exactly bounding into work with the energy of a spring lamb, you might want to consider why.. It could be a case that you’ve outgrown your role, and you’re eager for the next challenge in your career.
Four DIT College of Business female undergraduate students were among the 37 undergraduate female tech students from across Ireland selected to participate in Workday's Future Females in Tech Insight Event.
Established in 1973, the National Economic and Social Council (NESC) advises the Taoiseach on strategic policy issues relating to sustainable economic, social and environmental development in Ireland. The 28 Council members are representatives of business and employers’ organisations, trade unions, agricultural and farming organisations, community and voluntary organisations, and environmental organisations, as well as heads of Government departments and independent experts.
The Undergraduate Awards is the world’s leading academic awards programme, identifying and connecting the top undergraduate researchers, writers and creators from around the world across the sciences, business, humanities and creative arts.
Pictured: Matt Harvey, Invest Liverpool/Liverpool City Council, Roger McKinley, Research and Innovation Manager, FACT, Alastair Eilbeck, Creative Consultant at Amaze/Researcher at Uni of Liverpool, Alex Gibson, School of Marketing, College of Business, Jamie Cudden, Dublin City Council, Peter Woodbridge, Liverpool John Moores University/Immersive Liverpool/Immersive Storylab and Andy Cooper, Draw and Code
Pictured Left to Right: Dr. Mary Kinahan (Lecturer in HRM, DIT School of Management) Marian Jennings (Lecturer in Law, DIT School of Accounting & Finance) Prof. Dr. Monika Huesmann (Berlin School of Economics and Law) and Dr. Mary Prendergast (Assistant Head, DIT School of Management)
Niamh Ryan, a Junior Creative at 'In the Company of Huskies' will represent Team Ireland at this year’s annual international Cannes Lions Festival, the worlds most respected advertising awards festival.
Pictured left to right: Cathal Divilly- Managing Director- Great Place to Work, Dr. Amr Arisha- Head of Graduate Business School- DIT College of Business, Chris Byrne- Senior VP Global Operations at Workday and Colin Hughes- Assistant Head of School of Retail & Management.
DIT Elite Athlete and Postgraduate Strategic Management student Samuel Curtis took 1st place this week and became Irish National Champion at the Irish Canoe Slalom Open 2018, and was awarded the Winner of the Rory McGann Trophy for 2018.
Left to Right: Conor Flanagan- Co-founder and CEO- DIT SMF, James Igoe- Co-founder and CIO- DIT SMF, Margaret Fitzsimmons- Head of School- DIT School of Accounting & Finance, Professor Brian Norton- DIT President, Sean O'Reilly- Chairperson-DIT SMF and Lecturer in School of Accounting & Finance and Sudhanshu Suryavanshi- Co-founder and COO- DIT SMF
In just a couple of months, you will sit the biggest exam of your life! Join us to explore your options and discover how all this hard work will pay off....with a place on one of our renowned Undergraduate Programmes in DIT College of Business.
Pictured Left to Right: Helen Creegan Walsh- President, Network Ireland Dublin Branch, DIT Marketing Student- Laura McCarthy, Founder and CEO 'Drink Botanicals Ireland' and Rachael James- Female Entrepreneurship Manager, Enterprise Ireland.
If you’re not exactly bounding into work with the energy of a spring lamb, you might want to consider why. It could be a case that you’ve outgrown your role, and you’re eager for the next challenge in your career.
DIT College of Business are delighted to invite you to join us at our next Leadership Breakfast Briefing in association with Great Place to Work Ireland on Tuesday 17th April for Lessons from Ireland's Most Trusted Leader 2018, Chris Byrne of Workday.
As students embark on work experience this week at DIT College of Business, Student Placement Officer, Stacy MacCarthy shares with us her thoughts on how work placement plays a vital part in their personal and professional development.
DIT Graduate Caitríona Lynch, discusses the launch of her company, Sustain Sister- a website which sells a selection of environmentally friendly, sustainable brands and also offers individuals the opportunity to borrow vintage garments.
DIT College of Busianess Dean & Director Dr Katrina Lawlor presented the Most Trusted Leader award to Chris Byrne of Workday at Ireland's Best workplaces 2018 award ceremony held at the Clayton Hotel Burlington Road on February 21st with special guest appearance from Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.
DIT College of Business were honoured to host a special guest lecture delivered by Professor Giovanni Schiuma on the topic of 'Managing Knowledge Assets for a Company's Value Creation' on Wednesday 7th February.
DIT College of Business are honoured to host a special guest lecture delivered by Professor Giovanni Schiuma on the topic of 'Managing Knowledge Assets for a Company's Value Creation' on Wednesday 7th February.
DIT School of Marketing are celebrating the eighth successful year of its Postgraduate Diploma in Advertising and Digital Communication and are delighted to announce a Scholarship to the value of €1,500 for two ambitious individuals looking to pursue a career in advertising.
Pictured with the team (back: left to right) Keith McCabe, Shaun Spelman, Dr. Kate Ui Ghallachoir- Head of School of Marketing, Roger Sherlock- Team Coach, (front left to right) Orlaith Keys and Hamaad Sajid
Left to Right: Oriane Raynaud, Head of International Relations, Aurielie Quinton Regional Manager Europe, Middle East & Africa, Dr Hugh O’ Donnell, Head of MIS Dept, Dr Teresa Hurley, Head of School of Management
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 of January blues or are you struggling to get out bed because you’re not reaching your full potential in your career?
Left to right: Mr Declan Allen- Assistant Head of the DIT School of Management, Dr. Tersesa Hurley- Head of DIT School of Management, Dr. Brian Norton- DIT President and Mr. Richard Bruton- Minister for Education and Skills. Far right: Natasha Kinsella, Regional Skills Forum Manager Dublin
The Undergraduate Awards (UA) is the world’s leading academic awards programme, identifying and connecting the top undergraduate researchers, writers and creators from around the world across the sciences, business, humanities and creative arts.
Eleanor Kenny Boyd and Sophie Davies, now in their final year of Business and Management at DIT College of Business share with us their experience on the Accenture Internship Programme on our DIT Business Blog.
Picture left to right: Marian Jennings (Lecturer, DIT), Dr Mary Prendergast (Assistant Head of School of Management, DIT), Professor Jacqueline O’ Reilly (Guest Speaker University of Sussex, Brighton), Dr. Noel Harvey (Chairperson Irish Association Industrial Relations) Dr. Teresa Hurley (Head of School of Management, DIT) and Professor James Wickham (TASC).
From left to right; Dr. Kate Ui Ghallachoir, Head of School of Marketing, Professor Amr Arisha (Supervisor), Professor Brian Norton (DIT President), Dr. Mohammed Mesabbah, Dr. John Crowe, Dr. Wael Rashwan, Mr. Paul O’Reilly (Head of Research) and Dr. Katrina Lawlor (Dean and Director, College of Business)
Dr. Jennifer Manning is the recipient of the 2017 Critical Management Studies Division (Academy of Management) Best Critical Doctoral Dissertation Award, the first Irish recipient of this prestigious award.
From microbiology to high fashion: Find out how Mojisola Obazuaye, a student of the Post Graduate Diploma in Fashion Buying & Management at DIT College of Business, decided to make the jump into the world of fashion and how DIT is providing a parachute.
Mark Sage joins us from The Augmented Reality for Enterprise Alliance (AREA) to share case studies, solutions and industry insights to explore the potential for AR in industrial and engineering contexts.
DIT President, Professor Brian Norton explains in this week's Irish Times, what makes the college experience in DIT so unique and why the next few years are perhaps the most exciting time to study with us.
A team of four students on the MBA programme at DIT College of Business have won the prestigious national MBA case study competition, this annual competition is hosted by The MBA Association of Ireland (MBAAI)
Irish teens to share ideas, dreams and stories of their path in entrepreneurship and the future at ArlixMeet, a series of conferences which take place all around the world for teens that are interested in business or technology.
Students, from September 2017 can study for a level 9 Masters Degree and their Professional qualification at the same time, the programme also provides students with full time jobs with approved employers while they are studying.
Over the summer months DIT's School of Management MSc in Technology and Innovation Management students are collaborating with Toyota Ireland on Toyota's YUKÕ project as part of their Applied Consulting Project.
The 16th European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies was hosted by DIT College of Business on the 22-23 June with over 90 delegates in attendance, from 25 countries worldwide.
DIT College of Business, host for the first time in Ireland, the 19th International Conference on Research in the Distributive Trades of the European Association for Education and Research in Commercial Distribution (EAERCD)
Dr. Katrina Lawlor, Dean of the College of Business, recently welcomed the Institute of Management Consultants and Advisers to a seminar on the topic of Entrepreneurial Leadership for an ever changing business environment.
Four DIT students of Product Design - Ciaran Sullivan, Rachael Ryan, Olivia Holbrook and Evan Stuart - have won the 2017 NIBS Worldwide Business Plan Competition with their business plan for Ripple Sense, a water monitoring device for livestock.
The Marketing Institute of Ireland announced the winners of the All Ireland Marketing Awards 2017 at a gala dinner in Dublin’s Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road on the 12th of May, attended by almost 900 marketing leaders and professionals in Ireland.
The Graduation Ceremony took place at DIT Aungier street on the 4th of May with volunteers from Dublin, Cork and Galway Simon Communities receiving their Certificate in Volunteering and an additional 14 volunteers received a Certificate in Retail Marketing Services.
The Marketing Institute of Ireland and the DIT School of Marketing would like to invite you to attend our upcoming seminar which will explore the digital marketing landscape and look at how you can build your professional brand.
The School of Retail Services and Management in the DIT College of Business hosted its 11th annual Retail Symposium, part of the MBS Retail Management Degree programme, which this year focused on the Internationalisation of Retailing.
CAO applications for 2017 opened on 03 November and already thousands of applications have been registered, with ‘early birds’ availing of the discounted application fee of just €25 up until Friday 20th January.
Professor Tom Cooney, Director of the Institute for Minority Entrepreneurship at DIT, leads the DIT participation in DiasporaLink, an international project that has been funded under the European Commission Horizon 2020 programme.
Run as part of the MBS in Retail Management at the DIT School of Retail & Services Management, College of Business, this year, the symposium will offer a variety of narratives on the role and significance of internationalisation in contemporary retail organisations.
Pictured centre- DIT College of Business John Jameson (Head of DIT School of Retail & Services Management and Paul O' Reilly (Head of DIT School of Management) host a HEInnovate Workshop in Cikarang, Indonesia for several Indonesian Universities.