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**We are updating our site**

New information should be complete by the middle of August.

CAO offers will be sent out soon and the new term begins in September. Meanwhile, if you have any questions you can get updates at our Facebook page at facebook.com/DITPhotographyIreland.

For general information you can contact the School of Media at sharon.cleary@dit.ie or call (01) 402 3098

Good luck to all applicants, we can't wait to meet up with returning students, and hopefully we'll see some sun before term starts again. 

 

The BA Photography at the Dublin Institute of Technology is a 4 year full time honours degree programme offered by the School of Media and located in the new Grangegorman campus.

The place of photography and the role of the photographic image in society is an important, exciting and complex arena of representation and potential that manifests itself in a multitude of ways in contemporary culture.

 

 

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 The BA Photography programme offers a practical, critical and theoretically challenging undergraduate education for those who wish to study photography in the context of broader media practices and visual culture. Students are introduced to the practice of photography and imagemaking across a range of production and presentation modes which equips them with the conceptual and technical ability required of a professional artist or media practitioner. The relationship between practice and theory is foregrounded which enables the student to contextualise his or her photographic practice and research in relation to historical frameworks and contemporary political, theoretical and social debates. Our graduates are socially engaged practitioners and critical thinkers, equipped with excellent technical and communication skills.

 

The BA Photography programme at the DIT offers students an education and experience which will prepare them to practice professionally in the area of photography and related fields.

 

Applications for 2016

We welcome applications from people from every background and we try hard to make the process as straightforward as possible. Below, you can see what part applies to you and then simply follow the advice as outlined. Go to the DIT web site

Please note; This material is general in nature. It is made available on the understanding that the authors are not thereby engaged in rendering professional advice. Consequently, you should consult the offical DIT and CAO websites.   

February

1st: CAO Normal Application Closing Date (Paper & Online) (before 5:15pm).  FEE: €40. 

5th: Online facility to amend course choices becomes available from (before 12:00 noon) (€10 fee).

1st March: Closing date for amending course choices. Closing date for final completion of online HEAR/DARE forms. (before 17:15)

 Go to CAO website for full details and all dates 

Portfolio Submission

Can be made on either Thursday 3rd OR Friday 4th March 2016

9:30am to 4:40pm each day

Location: DIT Grangegorman, North House, Lower Grangegorman Road, Dublin 7

Please check for details at 

http://www.dit.ie/study/undergraduate/restrictedprogrammes/artdesignprinting/

 

You can apply online (www.cao.ie) or send your application form to the:

Central Applications Office, 
Tower House, 
Eglinton Street, 
Galway,
Ireland.