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March 30th 2017 – A Day in the Life of Dublin Institute of Technology

Capture #MyDITLife on social media this Thursday and be in with a chance to win some great prizes!

Gaeltacht Scholarships for DIT Staff & Students, Summer 2017 - Scoláireachtaí G

DIT Staff & Student Gaeltacht Scholarships. Apply for DIT’s Gaeltacht Scholarships for Staff & Students to spend a week in the Gaeltacht this summer learning and improving your Irish!

Applications are now open for our five year part-time degree in Quantity Surveyi

If you have an interest in Construction and you would like to EARN AS YOU LEARN this could be the perfect fit for you.

DIT shines in rainy St. Patrick’s Day Parade

DIT took part once again in the St. Patrick’s Festival Parade in Dublin.

Ripple Sense wins 2017 Student Enterprise Competition

A big congratulations to team Ripple Sense, winners of the Bolton Trust/DIT Student Enterprise Competition 2017.

ESB to support DIT literacy support programme CLiC News

DIT is delighted to announce the support of the ESB Energy for Generations Fund to further develop the successful DIT literacy support programme, CLiC News.

DIT Photo Society exhibition in FilmBase

DIT Photo Society invites you to the launch of their exhibition "Viewfinders" on the 4th of April, 7pm in Filmbase, Temple Bar.

DIT Drama Festival runs from 28 March - 1 April

The DIT Drama Society presents two productions as part of the annual DIT Drama Festival: Beyond Therapy and Two, both directed by the talented Steven Masterson.

Seoladh na hirise TAIRSEACH 2017 / Launch of TAIRSEACH 2017 magazine

BÚA in DIT 2017/18 Scholarships ‘Bain Úsáid Aisti’ - Use Irish in DIT

BÚA – ‘Bain Úsáid Aisti’ - Use Irish in DIT is a new initiative organised by Oifig na Gaeilge - DIT’s Irish Language Office, for DIT students with Irish to encourage, inspire, promote and develop the use of Irish across DIT.

Recollections of Ireland series at National Concert Hall curated by Dr Úna Hunt

The Recollections of Ireland concert series at the National Concert Hall showcases the research and publications of Dr Úna Hunt, a Lecturer at DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama, along with the research of Jennifer O’Connor, Axel Klein and Clare McCague.

Launch of ‘Greater Dublin’s Greater than Ever’

The Lord Mayor of Dublin, Brendan Carr today launched the Greater Dublin’s Greater Than Ever #GDGTE initiative in Dublin’s Mansion House.

Apply now for new part-time degree in Quantity Surveying

Why not earn as you learn on the new part-time degree in Quantity Surveying and Construction Economics - DT8155? Places are limited so apply early - closing date 28 April.


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