The Academic Quality Assurance office reports to the Director of Academic Affairs and Registrar and has responsibility for planning, organizing, managing and reporting in relation to the Institute’s quality enhancement programme and for the quality review processes at different levels within the Institute. In addition responsibility includes the population and maintenance of academic programme records including the catalogue of modules ensuring their consistency and compliance with the Institute’s academic quality procedures.
Focas Research Institute contributes strongly to the development of self-sustaining research teams in a number of strategic areas, such as bio- and nano-technologies. It underpins postgraduate research, undergraduate project work and undergraduate and postgraduate course curriculum development. The Institute houses state of the art core laboratory space and provides administrative and technical support to more than 120 staff and students who work in research centres such as CREST (Centre for Research in Engineering Surface Technology), RESC (Radiation and Environmental Science) and (IEO) Industrial and Engineering Optics.
Our service aims to ensure that, through collaborative programmes with academic colleagues, we provide quality initiatives which contribute to the overall education of our students. Working with academic staff is critical to what we do and we value your ideas and comments.
The following pages detail how the Career Development Centre can assist you in preparing students for important career decisions and how to incorporate careers education into your academic programme. Other useful resources include: how to refer a student; writing a reference for students and details on labour market resources.
Over 80 English-taught Masters from a wide variety of subjects such as: Business & Management, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, Finance, Hospitality Management, Sustainability, Law and Journalism.
One of the top 10 universities in the Republic of Ireland, ranked in World University Rankings and QS Rankings 2018.
The research institute at Dublin Institute of Technology conducts research into Bio- and Nano-Technologies, Optics and Environmental Science.
Six campuses in the city centre, with vibrant cultural life and large student population.
Most Master’s degrees at DIT take 1 to 2 years to complete and can be studies part-time or full-time.
Tuition fees for Masters start at around 11500 EUR/year and may change slightly for one year to another.
Application deadlines for programmes are usually at the end of April or end of July, depending on the specific disciplines.
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The new campus will provide student residencies on site. The student residences will offer a range of housing formats from 6 bed and 3 bed apartments to private studio/family units. Ground level spaces for dining, social and study lounges, and related shops serve to activate the Serpentine Walk on the south side, and St. Brendan’s on the north side.
A fundamental characteristic of DIT is to provide a pervasive student-centred learning experience, and the use of technology is key to the delivery of this goal.
ICT Services will realise this vision through consultation and partnership with DIT students and staff, and with our Directorate colleagues in Staff Development, and the Learning, Teaching & Technology Centre.
The DIT health service provides an holistic approach to health, providing on campus health care to those students pursuing full time & apprenticeship courses. Our service incorporates physical, psychological and social aspects of student health and health promotion. Absolute confidentiality is maintained.
Dublin is a lively European capital city with a vibrant cultural life and a large, young, student population. Currently based on six campus sites in the city centre, within the next few years, DIT will relocate all its activities to a new education and research campus in the heart of the city at Grangegorman. The new campus will be a unique international innovation hub for the Dublin region, with education, research and health facilities co-located with industry, business incubation and community enterprise.
DIT Sports facilities are now located at four DIT sites providing both indoor and outdoor programmes and facilities to DIT students, staff, the local community and DIT Sports clubs.
Our White Flag award winning indoor facilities operate as the DIT Fit2Go Club at Kevin St and Grangegorman. We also have a gym in Bolton St (Linenhall) and new outdoor sports facilities at both Grangegorman and Broombridge. In addition we are in the planning stages for extensive indoor sports facilities on campus in DIT Grangegorman.
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