DIT College of Business International Partners
The College of Business has links with one hundred high caliber universities worldwide who ensure that DIT students will have a memorable, challenging and rewarding experience at their Business School. Students can study in USA, Canada, Australia, Mexico and Korea and throughout Europe. In return, over one hundred students come to DIT to study and live in Dublin, enriching the student experience
In addition, DIT hosts visiting student groups from around the world providing academic, industry and cultural perspectives on doing business in Ireland. Recent group hosted include:
DIT/Northern Illinois University Sales Management Exchange:
Developed by Laura Cuddihy, Senior Lecturer in Sales Management and Dr Dan Weilbaker, Professor of Sales Management at NIU, this programme now includes staff and students from FHWN (Austria).
The University of Florida visiting MSc in Entrepreneurship group:
Students from the Thomas S. Johnson MSc in Entrepreneurship programme chose Dublin for their 2008 and 2009 Global Entrepreneurship Study Visit
Florida Atlantic University, Visiting MBA group:
Under the leadership of Fulbright visiting professor Dr Mike Mullen, staff and students from FAU’s MBA programme were hosted at the Faculty in 2007.
College of Business Staten Island, New York,
MBA students from New York undertook a week-long study visit to DIT in May 2008, examining theory and practice.
Missouri State University School
of Business Entrepreneurship students
As a core element of their European study visit, entrepreneurship undergraduates students under the leadership of Dr James Stapleton visited DIT and businesses in Dublin in May 2008.
DIT has been an active participant in the Erasmus programme since its inception. This programme allows DIT students to study or work for between 3 and 12 months in another EU state (or in Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway or Turkey).
The College of Business is a proud member of NIBS (Network of International Business Schools), an international network of 100 business schools that facilitates academic collaboration in business education.