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Six DIT students shine in world’s ultimate academic award

Six DIT students have been named as regional winners or highly commended in the Undergraduate Awards 2017.

DIT grad Sinead Aherne to captain Dublin at All-Ireland Final

DIT graduate Sinead Aherne will captain Dublin in the All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football Final against Mayo this Sunday at Croke Park.

DIT Hothouse showcase the next generation of entrepreneurs

Over the summer months, six exceptionally talented young entrepreneurs completed, I-Cubed, a three-month Incubator programme for student startups designed by DIT Hothouse to nurture young innovators helping them to turn early-stage concepts into pitch-ready businesses.

DIT GradCAM at the Venice Biennale

The Digital Aesthetic in Utopia of Access: GradCAM @The Research Pavilion in Venice is curated by Dr Noel Fitzpatrick (DIT GradCAM) and Dr Brian Fay (Dublin School of Creative Arts, DIT) and will feature the ambitious exhibition, Cf, by Irish artist Jeanette Doyle.

DIT Hothouse invention wins award at Ploughing Championships

Inventor Thomas Woolmington backed by DIT Hothouse has won 'Best Innovation Award for Research Emerging from Third Level Education'

Céad Míle Fáilte to all DIT International Students

At the start of each academic year, students from all over the world begin their studies in DIT and our International Office works hard to ensure these students get the best possible welcome.

Ask the expert - MATLAB masterclasses

DIT recently acquired a campus-wide license for Mathworks products such as MATLAB and Simulink.

DIT launches new BSc in Brewing and Distilling

Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) has launched a new BSc in Brewing and Distilling at an event attended by Minister Mary Mitchell-Connor TD. The Level 8 BSc was developed by Marie Byrne, an Industry Expert and Adjunct Lecturer at DIT, with support from Irish Distillers and Diageo.

Irish Language Classes in DIT for 2017/18

Fáilte romhaibh ar ais a chairde go DIT! A new term of Free Irish language Classes for DIT Staff & Students will begin this month across our campuses so take a look at the timetable and see if there is a class that suits you!

New to DIT and Looking for Disability Support Services?

If you have just accepted a place in DIT this September, congratulations and welcome!

gradireland - Ireland’s biggest careers fair, 04 October

The DIT Career Development team is proud to support the gradireland Graduate Careers Fair - Ireland’s biggest careers fair.

Five simple ways to manage your money better

If you’re starting in DIT this month, this might be your first time living away from home and managing your own expenses. We won’t pretend that this will be easy but making a budget and sticking to it can make a huge difference to your finances.

Open House Dublin - DIT Grangegorman,14 October

Open House Dublin is Ireland’s largest architecture festival, inviting all citizens to explore the city.

DIT Clubs & Societies Festival whistle-stop tour

Next week, DIT Clubs & Societies Festival will visit five DIT campuses in a whistle-stop tour!

Give us your best shots – DIT is on Instagram!

DIT is now on Instagram and we are hoping for lots of great images from our new students!

Intel Women in Technology Scholarships

The Intel Women in Technology Scholarships are now open for applications from female school leavers entering certain four-year undergraduate degree courses in science, technology, engineering and math.

Getting the most out of your first few weeks at DIT

Starting college is an exciting time but with some of your new-found freedoms, you may find college a difficult transition from school. Here is our guide to help you get the most out of those first few weeks in college.

An tAthair Piaras Ó Dúill imithe ar shlí na fírinne

The Dublin Institute of Technology would like to extend our sympathies to the family of the late Fr Piaras Ó Dúill OFM Cap. who passed away on the 5th September 2017.


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