The alliance of Dublin Institute of Technology, Institute of Technology Blanchardstown and Institute of Technology Tallaght is set to become the first Technological University (TU Dublin) in Ireland, as revealed by An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD in Grangegorman today.
New - MSc in Project Management September 2018
DIT is delighted to announce the launch of an exciting new part-time programme for September 2018, the MSc in Project Management which is designed to meet the needs of those currently working in or aspiring to work in project management roles.
DIT School of Management is delighted to announce that its part-time one year BSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management has been approved for Springboard+ funding. This allows a 90% discount on the standard €3,000 programme fee for eligible applicants.
Part-time MSc in Strategic Management at DIT
Expertise in strategic management and planning has never been more critical given the turbulent and challenging environments in which Irish businesses now operate.
Seven steps to securing your student grant
Beginning college is an exhilarating time, ensure you start on the right foot by getting your finances in order and apply for your student grant as soon as possible.
Megan and Mollie take on apprenticeships at DIT
Excited students from the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) programme, Access to Apprenticeship, recently gathered with friends and family to celebrate their graduation. Amongst them were two exceptional young women, sisters Megan and Mollie Northridge.
Fine Art Graduate Shortlisted for John Moores Prize
DIT Fine Art Graduate, Sinéad Ní Mhaonaigh, has been shortlisted for one of the most prestigious painting prizes in Europe – the John Moores Painting Prize.
#RTEBrainstorm - 'How to make a world heritage site' by Connell Vaughan
It's a route to media exposure, tourist attention and direct funding – so how exactly does somewhere become a UNESCO World Heritage Site, asks Dr Connell Vaughan of the Dublin School of Creative Arts at DIT.
#RTEBrainstorm - 'Let your gut decide what's for dinner' by Vanesa Martinez
It’s not just our tastes and moods that decide what and how much we put into our bodies, the gut itself plays an important role in these decisions, writes Dr Vanesa Martinez, DIT School of Biological Sciences.
Golden Arrow Awards
To celebrate a decade of success for the institutional repository, Arrow@DIT, Library Services and the Research Directorate will co-host an event on Thursday 27th of September.
Oifig na Gaeilge DIT is now welcoming applications for their Irish language scholarship initiative Bain Úsáid Aisti (BÚA) for the next academic year 2018/19.
Cost of Living Guide 2018/2019
Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) has released its annual Cost of Living Guide for students for 2018-19. The guide is designed to help those starting Higher Education in September with tips and advice for students on how to cut costs on housing, travel and other day-to-day expenses.
Intel supports new 3D Printers for CREATELAB in DIT
CREATELAB, a product design and development resource of Dublin Institute of Technology, has received support from Intel Ireland to purchase 3D printing and prototyping equipment for its facility based in the Dublin School of Creative Arts at DIT Grangegorman.
Reports warns of skills shortages in property sector
Despite an increase in the number of students enrolling in property and construction courses, a new report by DIT Lecturer Dr Róisín Murphy predicts that graduate output will be insufficient to meet future demand and that Ireland is set to experience a shortage of over 2,000 construction and property surveyors over the next four years.
First place win in Paris for Molecular Gastronomy
Ruth Kelly, MSc student in the DIT School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology, has won joint First Place in the student category at a major international molecular gastronomy competition, Note by Note, held in Paris on June 1st, 2018.
DIT Multi-activity summer camps in July/August
DIT Sports and Recreation Service is running summer camps for children, aged 6 to 9 and 10 to 13 years, during July and August.
Ministers turn sod on new Quads in Grangegorman
The Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton, T.D., the Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe T.D. and the Minister of State for Higher Education, Mary Mitchell O’Connor T.D., today turned the sod on the East and Central Quads in DIT Grangegorman campus.
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