DIT presents a multidisciplinary art and design exhibition featuring the final-year students of the Dublin School of Creative Arts, Photography students from the School of Media and Product Design students from the School of Mechanical and Design Engineering in North House, DIT Grangegorman.
Inaugural TU4D 1916 Fund Recipients Celebrated
Today, 25 students from DIT, ITB and ITT gathered in Grangegorman to celebrate receiving the 1916 Bursary Fund with their family, colleagues and Lecturers at a TU4D event hosted by DIT. Each student was personally congratulated by the President of their Institute - ITB, DIT and ITT.
CAO Change of Mind Deadline - 1 July 2018
If you want to make changes to your CAO application, the free online change of mind facility in May and will close on Sunday, 1 July.
DIT Foundation publish 2017 Donor Impact Report
DIT Foundation is delighted to celebrate the generous support of many donors to DIT in 2017.
The I-Cubed programme, delivered by DIT Hothouse, is the ideal platform to help you launch a successful business.
Engineering students from Purdue University visit DIT
A group of engineering students from Purdue University in the United States is visiting DIT to study sustainability and green technologies.
DIT Survey of Trades and Apprentice Skills for CIF
Earlier this year a survey of trades and apprentice skills in Ireland was undertaken by DIT research student Eoghan O Murchadha with Dr. Roisin Murphy, Senior Lecturer in the School of Surveying and Construction Management.
DIT wins 2018 NIBS Worldwide Business Plan Competition
A team of Year 3 students in Product Design - Cait Boyce Willis, Donal Healy, Elliot Halpenny and Daniel English - have won the 2018 NIBS Worldwide Business Plan Competition.
IDEA – A summer innovation academy for secondary students
Dublin School of Creative Arts at DIT has launched IDEA, a summer innovation, design and entrepreneurship academy for senior cycle secondary school students.
#RTEBrainstorm - Why are Irish composers ignored? by Dr Una Hunt
The music of Ireland's historic composers are among our most neglected national treasures and should be protected, preserved and promoted to future generations.
Food & Power – DIT to host Dublin Gastronomy Symposium
With over 60 Irish and international speakers exploring the theme of 'food and power', this year’s Dublin Gastronomy Symposium is packed full of exciting presentations and gastronomic experiences.
Online and offline - Boosting quality blended learning in Europe
Researchers in the School of Computing at Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) is working on an EU project to provide educators with the tools to create quality blended learning courses.
#RTEBrainstorm - The secret life of cows by Kieran O'Connell
Just like humans, every cow has a personality, from the quiet ones to the ones who will jump, run and swim to get away from you.
Gaeltacht Scholarships for DIT staff and students 2018
Oifig na Gaeilge, DIT’s Irish Language Office is offering scholarships to DIT staff and students who would like to spend a week in the Gaeltacht on an Irish language course this summer.
DIT welcomes Higher Education Ministers from Ireland and Oman
A delegation led by Enterprise Ireland and the Department of Education and Skills visited DIT Grangegorman today for a meeting with a visiting delegation from Oman.
Triumph of ages – How old and young learn from each other
Practitioners in early childhood education, social care and community development from across Europe will gather in DIT this week for an immersion course in bringing older people and young children together.
DIT Societies’ Awards 2018
The 18th Annual DIT Societies’ Awards were held in Gleeson Hall, Kevin Street where the best and brightest in DIT gathered to celebrate their achievements throughout the year.
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.
TU4Dublin submits application to be first Irish TU
The Technological University for Dublin Alliance has submitted a formal application to the Minister for Education and Skills to seek designation as the first technological university (TU) in Ireland.
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