Information for students
This part of our School website is for current students of the School. You will find information and resources here including information about your programme, the modules you are taking, the academic staff, opportunities for visiting other universities on exchange programmes and links to much useful, interesting details.
We introduced a new student induction project some years ago which has been a huge success. The aim of the project is to help students get to know each other and some of the key cultural sites around the city while working on a creative project. The best projects are awarded prizes. Click on the 'Welcome to new students' above for a link to this year's Induction Project and the Bag It! project.
All third year students on DT544 and DT545 BA in Design and DT546 BA in Fine Art must take two optional modules, one in each semester.
Go here to see all the programmes offered by the School which cover Design, Fine Art, and Print & Packaging. You may have an opportunity to take modules from areas different to your main specialisation depending on the programme you are taking.
Here is a list of all the academic staff teaching at the School and the list of Programme and Year Coordinators for 2009/10.
Here is a list of your student reps for each year of each programme.
If you are interested in studying abroad for a semester the Erasmus Programme can provide some funding. There is also a blog for those of you currently studying abroad.
Webcourses is the DIT online module support area where many of the modules you are taking have an accompanying website with useful resources such as lecture notes, reading lists, discussion boards and so on.
Plan your year at DIT. The academic calendar gives the key dates in the semester, assessment and examination dates, holidays etc
The Apple on Campus scheme is a partnership between DIT and Apple that allows you buy a Mac at a reduced price. Click the link above or email Aiden for more information.
One of the highlights of the School year is the range of Graduate Shows that take place every June. Students and staff also present, curate and take part in a range of other shows throughout the year.
The Imagemaking Project for second and third year Design and Fine Art students gives you the opportunity to visit and work in North Africa or China. You can see the work of previous projects exhibited around the Institute in Mountjoy Square, Rathmines, Cathal Brugha Street and DIT's campus in Second Life.
Find out how the city is our campus at DIT. You will find helpful information on getting around Dublin and a map showing the main locations of DIT.