With a predicted 50,000 job vacancies predicted for the Information Technology sector in Ireland by 2017, why is it so few females consider IT as a career?
Join us for the DIT Junior Conservatory Open Day
Do you want to know more about music lessons for children and teens, ages 3-18?
DIT Drama Students Take on The Hostage by Brendan Behan
The Hostage, written by Brendan Behan in the mid-twentieth century, has proved itself to be a touchstone for contemporary theatre.
Winners of DIT Student Design & Build Competition supported by ARUP
On Friday 29th January 2016 the winning entries of the 2015/6 Student Design & Build Competition were announced.
DIT hosts another successful Winter School
The College of Business, DIT, recently hosted its second ‘Winter School’ for students from Moscow, Krasnoyarsk, Yakutsk and Chelyabinsk State Universities (Russian Federation).
2016 DIT Foundation Grant Round open for applications from staff & students unti
The 2016 DIT Foundation Grant Round is now open.
DIT students – have your say - Survey of Student Engagement 2016
This year DIT along with all the higher education institutions in Ireland will participate in the Survey of Student Engagement 2016.
GET INSPIRED! Launch of new Les Mills Group Fitness Classes at DIT Fit2Go Club!
The Fit2Go Club at DIT is delighted to announce the launch of its new Les Mills Group Fitness Classes.
President Higgins attends premiere of Marbhna 1916
The President of Ireland Michael D Higgins and Mrs Higgins, and Lord Mayor of Dublin, Criona Ni Dhalaigh were guests of honour yesterday at the premiere of Marbhna 1916 - Requiem which was composed by Odhran O Casaide, lecturer in the Conservatory of Music and Drama.
DIT Conservatory presents Mozart's glorious opera masterpiece, The Marriage of F
DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama's Vocal Department is thrilled to announce that it will present Mozart's glorious opera masterpiece, Le Nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro) this February 16, 18, 19 and 20 at our own Gleeson Theatre (DIT Kevin Street).
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Our students and academics develop exciting collaborations with industry and community organisations, in which we learn from each other.
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