Electrical and Electronic Engineering: Information Evening
The School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is hosting a CAO Information Evening in Kevin Street on Wednesday, 17 January at 5-7pm.
Win a €1,500 postgraduate advertising scholarship
DIT College of Business is celebrating the eighth successful year of its Postgraduate Diploma in Advertising and Digital Communication and to mark the occasion they are offering two successful applicants a scholarship worth €1,500 each.
DIT Hothouse start-ups pitch for top award
Thirty top entrepreneurs participating in the Enterprise Ireland 'New Frontiers' programme will compete on Wednesday for the Lead Entrepreneur Award 2017.
DIT Lecturer joins board of Galway 2020
The Dublin School of Creative Arts is delighted to congratulate Leon Butler, Design Lecturer in DIT, on his appointment to the board of Galway 2020. Leon will work with a multidisciplinary team to ensure the successful delivery of the European Capital of Culture for Galway in 2020.
Live CAO Chat with DIT: 29 January, 4.30pm
The CAO deadline is fast approaching! Worried about your choices and what they mean? Why not come online on 29 January at 4.30pm and talk to our experienced Admissions team who can provide you with advice and guidance.
DIT co-hosts EU research meeting on global entrepreneurship
Representatives from five countries in Europe and South Korea met today in DIT Aungier Street to discuss GETM3, a global entrepreneurial management research project funded through Horizon 2020, the EU's largest research and innovation programme.
DIT Conservatory presents Irish operetta 'The Sleeping Queen'
DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama will present the Dublin stage premiere of 'The Sleeping Queen', featuring vocal and drama students from the Conservatory in an exciting collaborative performance at the National Concert Hall.
Is your child short-sighted?
Do you know myopia is a risk factor for many eye diseases and blindness? Myopia (or short-sightedness) is the fastest growing condition in the world and is three times more common than obesity.
DIT researcher wins Future Leading Lights Award
Dr Matteo Zallio, Arnold Graves post-doctoral researcher in DIT, has won the “Future Leading Lights Award” for the prototype TAILT, a responsive lighting system that provides safety, comfort and improved visibility for all cyclists.
Top tips for CAO applicants
CAO applications for 2018 opened in early November, and already thousands of eager students have registered ahead of the final deadline of 1 February 2018 - but don't worry you still have plenty of time to apply before the deadline on 1 February.
DIT Refresher Week 2018 – Get involved!
Getting involved in Clubs or in Societies at DIT is easy and Refresher Week is your perfect opportunity!
DIT Lecturer composes piece for Christ Church Cathedral
DIT Lecturer Anne-Marie O'Farrell has been commissioned to write a piece by Christchurch Cathedral Choir celebrating the Feast of St Brigid, which will be performed in the Cathedral on Thursday 1 February.
MBA Open Evening: 1 Feb 2018
As your alarm clock sounds on the first morning back to work after Christmas, it is expected that you may be slightly dreading a return to normality. It may be a case January blues or are you struggling to get out bed because you’re not reaching your full potential in your career?
Irish Hospitality Industries Exhibition: 6-7 February 2018
Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) School Culinary Arts and Food Technology academics and experts will be joined by hospitality industry leaders at the Irish Hospitality Industries Exhibition taking place in the RDS Main Hall on 6-7th February 2018.
Focus on…Building Engineering
In the coming months, DIT will post regular in-depth articles regarding a specific programme of study delivered by DIT across a variety of disciplines from business; law; creative arts; science; health and engineering.
Dublin School of Creative Arts Portfolio Clinic
The Dublin School of Creative Arts will host two portfolio clinics for CAO applicants at 12 pm and 2 pm on Thursday, 8 February in DIT Grangegorman.
DIT men's football side win regional final
DIT have beaten National College of Ireland (NCI) in a nail-biting city derby which saw Adam Harney of DIT scoring the equaliser with just six seconds remaining in the match.
DIT Japanimation & Game Socs invite you to Shurikon!
The Japanimation and Game Societies in Dublin Institute of Technology are delighted to announce…Shurikon is back!
DIT baptise new Grangegorman pitch with win against IT Carlow
DIT played its first-ever Sigerson cup game on its newly renovated home pitch in Grangegorman against a strong defensive IT Carlow side.
DIT Conservatory presents 'The Half Promised Land' by Maeve Binchy
DIT Conservatory is delighted to present their Mainstage drama production, Maeve Binchy’s "The Half Promised Land", in a special run of shows in Dublin's Smock Alley Theatre from February 7th - 10th 2018.
Minister Bruton presents medals to DIT IrelandSkills National Competition winners
The majestic surroundings of Croke Park was the appropriate setting as Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) apprentices were awarded the coveted IrelandSkills National Competition silver medal by the Minister for Education and Skills Richard Burton TD.
DIT/IADT New Frontiers Award Winner Announced
Heather Humphreys, Minister for Business, Enterprise & Innovation, last night awarded Matt Hanbury of Lightly Technologies, the ‘Lead Entrepreneur Award’ at the DIT/IADT New Frontiers Annual Showcase, which saw 30 entrepreneurs from Enterprise Ireland’s 2017 ‘New Frontiers’ programme competing to win the top prize.
Big wins for DIT Hothouse startup Horus
DIT Hothouse startup, Horus, won multiple awards at the annual Facilities Management Awards which took place on Wednesday, January 31 at the Ballsbridge Hotel Dublin.
National Athena Swan project kick-started in DIT Grangegorman
Representatives of 15 Higher Education Institutions (HEIs), along with experts from across Ireland, attended two interactive workshops in DIT Grangegorman this week to kick-start a national project to raise awareness for Athena Swan across the Higher Education sector.
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DIT outreach projects fostering a lifelong love of learning
For over 130 years DIT has produced generations of innovators across a range of disciplines, and to ensure that the next generation benefits from the same educational opportunities the Access and Civic Engagement Office in DIT provides local schools with a variety of transformative learning experiences.
Craic agus ceol for DIT International Students
Recently the Pastoral Care and Chaplaincy Service at DIT noted the enthusiasm in visiting students for Irish cultural events but, more importantly, they noticed their need to engage with new people and new opportunities.
DIT play New York Colleges – 15 February, 4pm
DIT Gaelic Football Club is delighted to welcome the combined New York Colleges Gaelic Football team to DIT Grangegorman for a historical Challenge or "Scrimmage".
An evening with Bobby Kerr
DIT alumnus and one of Ireland's most successful entrepreneurs, Bobby Kerr, will host a DIT College of Business alumni event on Thursday, 15 February in Grangegorman.
Sports report: DIT 5-11 CIT 1-7 (Lynch Cup Round 1)
DIT Ladies Gaelic Football Team began their Lynch Cup campaign with an emphatic win over CIT down in Cork last Thursday.
DIT progress to the Fitzgibbon Cup semi-finals
The DIT Men’s Hurling side beat UCD in a tight contest at Belfield to make it to the semi-finals of the Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon Cup. DIT will now meet DCU in the semi-finals on Tuesday, 13 February in Parnell Park at 7pm.
DIT international students visit Glendalough
On Saturday, 3 February 42 DIT International and Erasmus students braved the cold winds and rain to travel to Glendalough, Wicklow for a day immersed in the beauty of the lakes, mountains and greenery of the area.
Sean O’Rourke launches “Dipping into Lent” in DIT Bolton Street
Well-known broadcaster Sean O’Rourke was guest of honour in DIT Bolton Street on February 1st to launch a new book by Fr Alan Hilliard, Head of the Pastoral and Chaplaincy Service at DIT.
Just ask - The patient’s voice is key to quality healthcare
Dr Vivienne Byers, a researcher in the Environmental, Sustainability and Health Institute at Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), highlights the Patient Survey Programme in Tallaght Hospital as a visionary initiative that can serve as “an exemplar in Irish healthcare.”
DIT Access students visit Leinster House
On Wednesday 14th February, students from the DIT Access Foundation Programme visited Leinster House and enjoyed a tour of our national parliament.
DIT student wins Hamilton Prize
Final-year DIT Mathematical Sciences student, Oliwia Jarosz, recently received the prestigious Hamilton Prize from the Royal Irish Academy (RIA).
Postgraduate study with DIT - Your next chapter
DIT is hosting a Postgraduate Open Evening on Thursday, 8 March from 5.30 to 7.30pm for ambitious individuals interested in pursuing a career-focused qualification.
Creating a diverse and inclusive workplace for Engineering & Construction
Join us for a panel discussion on 'Creating a diverse and inclusive workplace for Engineering and Construction - Lessons learned from other industries' -
Thursday 1 March in DIT Bolton Street.
1916 bursary fund now open for applications
DIT is now seeking applications from current first-year students for the 1916 Bursary Fund announced by the Minister for Education and Skills in December 2017. The deadline to apply is Sunday, 4 March 2018.
Irish Student Engagement Survey 2018
The Irish Student Engagement Survey (ISSE) 2018 launched on Monday and will remain open until Sunday, 4 March. It is your chance to tell us about your experience of DIT and of higher education in Ireland.
The Harps of Ireland and Scotland perform in DIT Grangegorman
Join us for an exciting performance by the harp ensembles of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS) and DIT Conservatory in DIT Grangegorman this Friday 2nd March.
Engineer's Week - Can mentoring help to create more female engineers?
A new mentoring programme in DIT aims to provide support to female engineering students and show them how others have pursued a career path in the profession writes Leslie Shoemaker from the DIT College of Engineering and Built Environment.
International Women's Day
Join us on the eve of International Women’s Day for a celebration of achievement in DIT!
Launch of ‘Write now’ Postgraduate Students Writing Group
The DIT Academic Writing Centre, in collaboration with the Graduate Research School, launched a new initiative to support postgraduate students on Friday 16th February.
Digital Transformation: Business Model Disruption and the Human Cost
John McGrath, Lecturer of Project Management and Consultancy at DIT will examine the human cost of the digital revolution during a lecture called “Digital Transformation: Business Model Disruption and the Human Cost” on Thursday, 8 March at 6.30pm in DIT Aungier Street.
DIT Conservatory presents the modern premiere of comic opera, 'Midas'
The DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama will present the modern premiere of Midas, a comic opera by Irish composer Kane O’Hara, at St Laurence’s Church, DIT Grangegorman on Thursday 8 March (7.30pm).
Lecture by Dr Michael Birchall, Sherkin Island
The BA Visual Art Degree Programme in association with Sherkin Island Development Society; Dublin School of Creative Arts, Gradcam; CREATE: The National Development Agency for Collaborative Arts and Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre is hosting a public lecture by Dr Michael Birchall.
Curating Conflict - Friday, 9 March
The Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media (GradCAM) and the Dublin School of Creative Arts at DIT will host the Curating Conflict workshop with the Royal Armouries(England) at DIT Grangegorman on Friday, 9 March.
Minister Regina Doherty, T.D. visits DIT Cathal Brugha Street
Minister for Employment Affairs & Social Protection, Regina Doherty T.D. recently met with staff and students in DIT Cathal Brugha Street during the launch of National Jobs Week 2018, which will have a particular focus on the culinary sector this year.
DIT 3-13 UCD 2-7, Lynch Cup Quarter Final
DIT Ladies Gaelic Football team reach another Lynch Cup weekend following an outstanding team performance against UCD in Belfield on Thursday night.
Energy Institute accreditation for DIT programmes
A range of energy management and electrical services programmes delivered by the School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering at DIT have received accreditation from the Energy Institute, the world’s leading professional body in the energy sector.
SEACHTAIN NA GAEILGE FESTIVAL DIT, 12th – 15th MARCH 2018
SEACHTAIN NA GAEILGE 2018 festival events will take place in DIT from the 12th – 15th March across the Institute and everyone is so welcome to take part in all events.
DIT sponsor award at Best Workplaces 2018
DIT College of Business Dean & Director Dr Katrina Lawlor presented the DIT sponsored Most Trusted Leader award to Chris Byrne of Workday at Ireland's Best workplaces 2018 award ceremony which featured a special guest appearance from An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar T.D.
Here come the girls - Apprenticeship event for young women
Ireland’s largest provider of apprenticeship training schemes, Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), is to host an Open Day in DIT Linenhall aimed at encouraging more young women to consider a career in a craft trade on Thursday, 15 March 2018.
DIT researchers empower local communities to tackle ocean plastic waste
A DIT research team is working on a series of education initiatives to empower young people and local communities across Ireland to tackle the threat of microplastics for marine life and coastal areas.
Focus on - MSc Fashion Buying & Management
The College of Business at DIT has just welcomed its first cohort of students into its exciting new fashion programme delivered by the Arthur Ryan Retail Centre.
Green shoots as DIT springs ahead in global sustainability survey
Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) was recently announced as among the top 10% most sustainable universities in the UI GreenMetric World University Rankings, a global initiative aimed at encouraging colleges to develop sustainability policies and projects.
DIT team win International Design Build competition
A multi-disciplinary team from Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) and Oklahoma University International (OU) placed first in the annual Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Region V/TEXO Design Build competition sponsored by the BECK Group.
DIT joins Minister Mitchell O’Connor in Ireland’s largest Education Mission to India
DIT joins Minister Mitchell O’Connor in Ireland’s largest Education Mission to India
DIT win the prestigious EMCup
Five Hospitality Management students from DIT have won the prestigious European Mise en Place Cup (EMCup) 2018 after beating 32 hotel management schools from 16 countries across Europe.
DIT Hothouse launch Open Labs
Valentine's may be a day for lovers, but small businesses across the Greater Dublin Region could meet their perfect match through a pioneering new SME programme launched by DIT Hothouse this week.
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