Smashing Times Theatre and Film Company and Slí an Chroí in partnership with Dublin City Council and Dublin Institute of Technology are delighted to announce the 8th annual City of Dublin Winter Solstice Celebration Festival is taking place on Thursday 21 December from 5.30-8pm.
Postgraduate programmes - Jan 2018
As 2017 draws to a close you may be contemplating a change in your career, perhaps you want to increase your earning potential, or merely wish to move into another sector
“Designing Engineers”: Opening the doors to Engineering
A Lecturer in Multidisciplinary Technologies and a researcher in the DIT CREATE group, Professor Shannon Chance aims to help grow engineering into a more diverse and creative profession, particularly through the exploration of innovative teaching methods.
Minister Bruton visits DIT Grangegorman to announce new apprenticeships
The Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton, TD visited the DIT campus at Grangegorman on Friday 8 December to announce 26 new national apprenticeships for further development in areas ranging from animation to healthcare.
DIT rolls out the red carpet for Luas Cross City
Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) celebrated the arrival of the new Luas Cross City to Grangegorman today with a festive performance of music from DIT Conservatory of Music & Drama students.
Access to Apprenticeship Graduation
DIT is delighted to announce that the first Access to Apprenticeship graduation has taken place.
EIB President Visits DIT
The President of the European Investment Bank (EIB), Werner Hoyer toured the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) Grangegorman campus today as the Institute prepares for construction to begin on the next phase of campus development in Grangegorman early next year.
DIT student Cait McCarthy awarded 2017 Wallace Family Scholarship
DIT Foundation is delighted to announce the awarding of the 2017 Wallace Family Scholarship to student Cait McCarthy.
Gold nanoparticles - Detecting fungi faster
A team of researchers in Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) are working to develop a novel, rapid diagnostic system for fungi, which is simple to use, cost effective and could potentially be administered at home. The key, gold nanoparticles.
DIT student wins Marketing Society of Ireland LePere Award
Student counselling services at DIT
The DIT Counselling Service provides support for DIT students.
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