Thinking of Postgraduate study?  Think DIT

01 July 2014:            With more than 100 courses on offer across a huge range of subjects, DIT is at the forefront of career-focused postgraduate education. Postgraduate courses at DIT are available in a wide variety of subject areas – from accounting to creative digital media, from hospitality management to criminology and from an MBA to spatial planning. That’s just a taster – the full list can be found at

New for the 2014/2015 academic year are a MMus in Opera/Repetiteur and an MSc in Urban Regeneration and Development. DIT is also now offering the MSc in Real Estate on a full-time basis and has entered into partnership with Pulse College to offer an MA in Scoring for Film and Visual Media.

The MMus in Opera/Repetiteur (DT9501) is the first of its kind in Ireland and is a one year full-time taught Masters programme, designed to give advanced postgraduate singers and repetiteurs the highest level operatic training in preparation for entry to the profession. ‌

DIT’s latest advertising campaign for postgraduate courses has gone live this week – amongst the places it can be viewed are large screens at Heuston Station, Busáras, Pearse Street Station and Connolly Station. 

The MSc in Urban Regeneration and Development (DT9119) is a part-time course delivered over two years. It responds to development subsequent to the economic crisis and reflects the recent focus on regenerating and renewing existing urban areas.

The MSc in Real Estate has been provided on a part-time basis but is now available to study for one year full-time.  The course provides an opportunity for non-property graduates to become educated for a range of careers in real estate and related industries in Ireland and abroad.

The MA in Scoring for Film and Visual Media was developed following close collaboration between DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama and Pulse College and is a one-year full-time programme. It is validated by DIT but delivered by Pulse College (applications should be directed to Pulse College).


Postgraduate education is increasingly valued in the workplace and is a way to build on the expertise of a primary degree or undertake study in a different area that adds breadth of knowledge and skills to a CV.

Many of the postgraduate programmes at DIT are available on both a full-time and part-time basis. DIT offers postgraduate conversion programmes, which enable graduates of one discipline to acquire a qualification in a different discipline at postgraduate diploma and Masters level.

For more information and to find out how to apply for a postgraduate course at DIT, visit

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