Student Life

Students in the School of Surveying & Construction Management are in based Bolton Street. See Map on this page for location. 

One of DIT’s most historic buildings, Bolton Street was specifically designed and built for technical and technological education in 1911, on the site of what was once the European Hotel. Since then and up to the present day, it has been a centre of leading edge technological education in the College of Engineering and Built Environment. Located in Dublin’s north inner-city, Bolton Street is within minutes of shopping areas in Henry Street and Parnell Street, as well as the old city markets and the newly-refurbished Smithfield. Bolton Street and Linenhall, its sister building across the road, are home to students of architecture, mechanical and civil engineering, environmental planning and construction, from apprentice to postgraduate levels. 

Please see important information (drop down) below for current and prospective students.

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Dublin Institute of Technology

DIT is one of Ireland’s largest and most innovative university-level institutions.  A comprehensive, dual-sector doctoral-awarding institution, DIT combines the academic excellence of a traditional university with professional, career-oriented learning, preparing graduates for productive leadership roles. The core values of DIT emphasize student-centred learning, useful knowledge, rigorous processes of discovery and critical enquiry, and support for entrepreneurship and diversity.

The DIT campus spreads across Dublin City Centre and include:  

Maps and Transport details for each of our Campuses are available at


College of Engineering and Built Environment

Building on our tradition of excellence established over generations in Bolton Street and Kevin Street, the College of Engineering & Built Environment provides professionally accredited, industry relevant, multi-level education and training for people who will engineer, build and sustain the world of tomorrow.

The College’s learning environment is a supportive, creative and dynamic place where students engage in collaborative learning and applied research, supported by excellence in teaching that is informed by research, professional practice and strong industry links. The College enables its students and staff to reach their full potential through a learner- centred approach underpinned by the belief that all are lifelong learners. The College is recognised as the first choice in Ireland and an international destination for people who seek practice-led, research-informed and career-focussed programmes in a creative and innovative environment renowned for its learner-centred approach, discovery and ethical engagement.

The College of Engineering and Built Environment currently comprises seven schools and is located in the Bolton Street and Kevin Street campuses. The Bolton Street campus has a principal presence in the main Bolton Street and the Linenhall buildings.

School of Surveying and Construction Management

The School of Surveying and Construction is Dublin’s only School of Geographic Science/Gemomatics, Construction Mangement, Real Estate & Quantity Surveying.

Many professionals in these areas are represented by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), as well as the Irish Institution of Surveyors and the Chartered Institute of Civil Engineering Surveyors, all of whom have a close relationship with the College.

The School is located on the Bolton Street Campus, predominately on the third floor of the Bolton Street main building.


The link below outlines a  brief guide on accommodation options available to you if you are considering coming to college with us here at the Dublin Institute of Technology. It is recommended that you start looking for accommodation as soon as possible. Due to a shortage of accommodation in Dublin in the last year it may be difficult to obtain suitable accommodation in August and September.

Please note that DIT can only provide advice and information on accommodation. We cannot source accommodation for individual students. All accommodation contracts are between the accommodation provider and the student.

Find out more about accommodation here.

Campus Life

For useful information about campus life in DIT, click on link below. Campus life provides important information and links to services such as counselling; health; mature student support; sports and recreation; societies; student finanial aid and career development.

The campus life website also provides links to student information information and apps such as email; examinations; timetables; regulations; student union; webcourses and google apps.

For more information click here.

Virtual Learning and Email

DIT provides a number of applications to support students and provide a blended learning environment. As well as providing students with their own DIT student Email account, once registered students have access to Google's G Suite for education which includes apps such as google drive; calender, sites, hangouts and classroom. While some lecturers use these apps for blended learning others use Webcourses which is a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) to communicate, provide lecture notes, discuss, collaborate and much more.

Study at DIT

DIT has a wide range of courses at both Undergrad and Postgrad level available. Find out what DIT can offer you. All the information you need on courses, grants and much more is right here. 

Student Services

DIT's Student Services is here to support you through your studies from your first day in college to your graduation. For information on Registrations: Fees & Grants; Examinations; Graduations and Student Services information click here.