The School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology would like to welcome all of our first year students registering for the following programmes:


  • DT407/1 BA (Hons) Culinary Arts

  • DT405/1 BSc (Hons) in Culinary Science

  • DT416/1 BSc (Hons) Culinary Entrepreneurship

  • DT417/1 BSc (Hons) Bar Management & Entrepreneurship

  • DT418/1 BSc (Ord) Bakery and Pastry Arts Management

  • DT432A/1 HC in Culinary Arts (Professional Practice)

  • DT404/1 HC in Food Sales and Culinary Practice


First Year Student Induction & Mandatory Student Workshops Timetable 2016

Please click on the Student Programme Induction Link here for the important dates, times and venues for your specific programme along with our Mandatory Student Workshops.  

Please select link below for first year student ID Card Collection Schedule 2016 which lists the important dates and times for your specific programme.  All First Year Student ID Cards are to be collected from The Courtyard Restaurant located in the DITs Aungier Street Campus Building.  ID card collection takes place in Aungier St on Thursday, 8 September. 

Students will have to obtain chefs uniforms and culinary equipment upon registering for certain programmes which incur some additional costs. 

Dates for ordering and collection of uniforms and knives: 

Uniform Venues:

Fitting of Uniforms: Blue Room Restaurant, DIT Cathal Brugha St (CBS)

Purchase & Collection of Uniforms - Student Canteen, DIT Cathal Brugha St (CBS) 

  • Tuesday,  07 September 2015 – Time 10:00hrs – 16:00hrs
  • Wednesday, 08 September 2015 – Time 10:00hrs – 16:00hrs

Knives Venues:

  • Tuesday,  07 September 2016 – Time 10:00hrs – 16:00hrs, Room 14A 
  • Wednesday, 08 September 2016 – Time 10:00hrs – 16:00hrs, Room 14A  
  • The collection of knives - DIT Bakery Outlet Shop, Marlborough Street entrance.

We strongly advise that knives are purchased in advance or Online via: with the code from the relevant programme


The following links will provide students' with the necessary information regarding the fitting and ordering of essential uniforms, knives, and/or equipment.  Please be advised that additional equipment items may be required depending on the subject discipline and the various modules taught within each programme.  All students entering into the School of Culinary Arts programmes should download and print relevant information from the appropriate programme links provided below: 

DT407 BA Culinary Arts, Knives, Uniforms ‌

DT405 BSc in Culinary Science, KnivesUniforms

DT416 BSc Culinary Entrepreneurship, KnivesUniforms

DT417 BSc (Bar Studies - Management & Entrepreneurship), KnivesUniforms

DT432 Higher Certificate in Culinary Arts (Professional Culinary Practice)Uniforms, Knives    

DT418 BSc (Baking and Pastry Arts Management), KnivesUniforms

DT404 Higher Certificate in Food Sales and Culinary Practice, Knives  Uniforms,


Students are duly informed that in compliance with all Health and Safety Regulations, the School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology enforces a strict student dress code that must be adhered to at all times.  Your co-operation in this regard is vital and you are asked to download, print, and review the following dress code documentation: Uniforms standards 2016

We look forward to meeting each and every one of you in the coming weeks and wish you the very best in all your endeavours.  Should you have any further queries you may contact either Breda or Carol in the Culinary Arts School Office on 01-402 4344 and 01-402 4340 respectively.


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