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Book now for DIT Parents’ Briefings – 4th, 5th and 6th September
Once again this year DIT is holding its very popular series of briefings for parents, guardians and families of students starting out on their college careers.
Student feature: Top tips for finding student accommodation this September
One of the first things you will need to do after accepting a place at DIT is find somewhere to live. Unfortunately, student accommodation is in short supply in Dublin so you will have to start looking as soon as possible. This might be a scramble but we have some tips to help the process a little easier.
DIT nominated for a Pharma Industry Award 2017
Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) has been nominated for a 2017 Pharma Industry Award for its MSc programmes in Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance & Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Validation Technology.
Congratulations on your Leaving Cert results!
Frank Costello, Head of Admissions, and his team in DIT are getting ready for the busiest week of the year! Poring over spreadsheets, Costello says there is lots of good news in today’s Leaving Cert results and students should be very proud.
DIT Alumni launch Far From Avocados
DIT Alumni Aidan Coughlan and Amy Cannon have launched new content agency, Far From Avocados, a Dublin based operation specialising in digital content marketing.
First examinations held at DIT Grangegorman
In a major milestone for the growing DIT Campus at Grangegorman examinations were held in the Rathdown House for the first time.
Challenge and Transform with the DIT MBA
If you're interested in a part-time programme of study to further your career then you should consider the DIT MBA.
Royal Television Society opens entries for student television awards 2018
The Royal Television Society (RTS) has opened entries for the RTS Student Television Awards 2018. The awards recognise work created by undergraduate and postgraduate students attending higher education institutes across Ireland and the UK.
Student feature: Applying for a grant
Starting college is a really exciting time, but the transition from school to third-level can be tough for some so it is important to begin your education on the right foot.
DIT student engineers a novel way to exercise
Ronan Byrne, a 21-year-old DIT engineering student from Rathcoole, was struggling to motivate himself at the gym when he came up with the idea of Cycflix.
DIT Elite Sports Star Representing Ireland at World University Games
DIT Elite Sports Scholar, Joe Doyle, has been named in Team Ireland’s football squad to compete at the 29th World University Games in Taipei City, Taiwan.
DIT publishes annual student cost of living guide
DIT has released its annual cost of living guide for students for 2017-18. Each year the guide is designed to help those who will be starting higher education in September.
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