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DIT Student Accommodation services 2018/2019
DIT has block-booked student accommodation for the academic year beginning in September 2018 with a number of providers in convenient locations around Dublin City.
Maths competency test for CAO applicants: Aug 2018
DIT is holding a Mathematics Competency Test (MCT) for applicants to its Level 8 (Honours) Degree Programmes which require Higher Level Maths.
Guest Blog - MSc Strategic Management
DIT Strategic Management graduate, Amanda Halpin, shares with us her career choices and what led her to her current role as EMEA Business Development Manager at Genesys.
DIT MBA Information Session - Tuesday, 14 August
Ireland's economy is currently the fastest growing in Europe. However, businesses in Ireland are facing an unpredictable future with tensions rising in global trade relationships. To succeed in your career in an everchanging commercial environment, you must have a complete understanding of your company and its sector.
Undergraduate Student Research Bursary Awardees
Two students studying for a degree in Chemical Sciences with Medicinal Chemistry in the School of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences at DIT were recently awarded prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry Undergraduate Bursaries.
Student feature: Top renting tips from DIT
If you’re from outside Dublin and are due to begin classes in DIT soon, finding accommodation in the city is likely to be your number one priority right now. We have some tips to help the process a little easier.
DIT Parent Orientation: 10/11/12 Sep 2018
DIT is hosting a series of briefings for parents, guardians and families of students starting out on their college careers. Over 800 parents attended last year, with 100% agreeing in a feedback survey that they would recommend the event to another parent.
DIT welcomes Mature and Advanced Entry students
This week, many Mature Students and Advanced Entry students will have received their CAO offer for a programme in DIT.
DIT student wins silver at Rowing Championships
DIT student Niall Beggan has won a silver medal in the Lightweight Men's Quad race at the 2018 World Rowing U23 Championships.
Building gender balance in computer science
Representatives from computer science departments across the country have formed a committee to increase gender balance in computing.
Community Based Learning in STEM Education
Dr Vanessa Murphy, Lecturer in the School of Chemical & Pharmaceutical Sciences at DIT, is currently visiting Ho Chi Minh City training Vietnamese colleagues about the importance of community-based learning (CBL) in STEM education.
#RTEBrainstorm - 'An architect's view on Ireland's broken housing market' by Noel Brady
The tyranny of the standard three-bed semi is holding back our urban populations and support for higher densities in existing housing estates is a necessity, argues Noel Brady, Dublin School of Architecture at DIT.
Applications Open - Irish Research Council enterprise partnership funding
The Irish Research Council’s Enterprise Partnership Scheme is a national initiative linking excellent researchers to enterprise. The scheme co-funds awardees to bring great research ideas into an enterprise with the support of a higher education institution.
#RTEBrainstorm - 'Hot Cows - A Summer of Sunscreen for Cattle' by Kieran O'Connell
The heatwave and drought have caused huge problems for Irish farmers which simply won't go away when the rain returns, writes Kieran O'Connell, DIT Hothouse.
Brewing and Distilling: Part-time study now available
For centuries, Ireland has been a leader in the Brewing and Distilling industry with several home-grown brands synonymous with the very fabric of Irish culture.
A new university for a changing world
The alliance of Dublin Institute of Technology, Institute of Technology Blanchardstown and Institute of Technology Tallaght is set to become the first Technological University (TU Dublin) in Ireland, as revealed by An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD in Grangegorman today.
#RTEBrainstorm - 'How to ensure good governance at charities and non-profits'
Maeve O'Connell, DIT College of Business, explores how charities and non-profits can ensure good governance in the future.
Lead the way with an MBA from DIT
Dublin‘s business landscape is varied and multi-faceted. It combines a thriving entrepreneurial culture, with a wealth of well-established indigenous SMEs and has established itself as a hub for the international tech sector.
Seven steps to securing your student grant
Beginning college is an exhilarating time, ensure you start on the right foot by getting your finances in order and apply for your student grant as soon as possible.
Megan and Mollie take on apprenticeships at DIT
Excited students from the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) programme, Access to Apprenticeship, recently gathered with friends and family to celebrate their graduation. Amongst them were two exceptional young women, sisters Megan and Mollie Northridge.
Fine Art Graduate Shortlisted for John Moores Prize
DIT Fine Art Graduate, Sinéad Ní Mhaonaigh, has been shortlisted for one of the most prestigious painting prizes in Europe – the John Moores Painting Prize.
Golden Arrow Awards
To celebrate a decade of success for the institutional repository, Arrow@DIT, Library Services and the Research Directorate will co-host an event on Thursday 27th of September.
Oifig na Gaeilge DIT is now welcoming applications for their Irish language scholarship initiative Bain Úsáid Aisti (BÚA) for the next academic year 2018/19.
Cost of Living Guide 2018/2019
Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) has released its annual Cost of Living Guide for students for 2018-19. The guide is designed to help those starting Higher Education in September with tips and advice for students on how to cut costs on housing, travel and other day-to-day expenses.
Ministers turn sod on new Quads in Grangegorman
The Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton, T.D., the Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe T.D. and the Minister of State for Higher Education, Mary Mitchell O’Connor T.D., today turned the sod on the East and Central Quads in DIT Grangegorman campus.
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