After many years of planning, Dublin Institute of Technology is now on the move to our new city-centre campus at Grangegorman. Set in magnificent landscaped grounds, the campus is steadily developing into what will be Ireland’s most modern and most exciting place of learning in higher education.
Currently over 1000 students of Fine Art, Photography, Visual Communication, Furniture and Interior Design, Visual Merchandising, Product Design, Social Care and Early Childhood Education are located on the new campus. The Greenway Hub is the latest building to be completed and is now home to the researchers and PhD students of the Environmental Sustainability and Health Institute (ESHI) and to DIT Hothouse, which provides programmes for entrepreneurs and incubation units for start-up companies.
Grangegorman is also home to DIT field sports for students across all of DIT. Facilities include an all weather pitch, basketball court and tennis court; a full-size grass pitch for GAA; and a grass pitch for rugby and soccer.
By 2019 we expect to have 10,000 students and staff on campus, with new facilities being developed for students on programmes in Sciences and Health, Music and Drama, Culinary Arts, Hospitality Management and Tourism, and Electrical and Electronic Engineering.