Whatever stage you’re at, the right postgraduate programme will give you an edge in the employment market. You might be planning to take time out of your career or you may be just completing your primary degree.
You will graduate from DIT with more than your primary degree. You’ll see a world of opportunity open up in front of you. By combining small teaching groups, great courses and experienced teaching staff along with our city centre location, you will soon see why DIT is the best place you can go to college.
And it’s about much more than study and subjects. You’ll get the complete third-level experience will equip you with the skills and ambition to fuel your working life and career in the years ahead.
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.
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We are a group of Services that are involved in your student journey from the time you start your studies until the time you graduate. We produce your ID cards, advice about fees and forms for your academic options as well as manage your registration and exam information. Explore the Student Services webpages to see how we can help you and make contact with us if you need assistance.
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.
TU Dublin City Campus has six libraries, at Aungier Street, Bolton Street, Cathal Brugha Street, Grangegorman, Kevin Street, and Rathmines.
We provide a wide range of services, including the Library Catalogue, databases, and online resources, access to computers, and support.
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.
TU Dublin is an exciting new milestone in Irish Higher Education. With campuses in Dublin City, Tallaght and Blanchardstown, it spans the largest population centres of Ireland’s capital city. Building on the rich heritage of its founding organisations - DIT, IT Blanchardstown and IT Tallaght – TU Dublin will be inclusive and adaptable, creating educational opportunities for students at all stages. TU Dublin students will be socially responsible, open-minded global thinkers who are ambitious to change the world for the better. As graduates, they will be enterprising and daring in all their endeavours, ready to play their part in transforming the future.
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.
The course had a fantastic standard and was very enjoyable. The University was difficult to engage with due to the fragmented campus but overall it held a high standard of education.
Although I had great tutors along the way, the university lacks organization and facilities (which should be resolved now that the new campus will open). The lecturers are very supportive of our projects as long as we can demonstrate their relevance through research. The research and the development process is very important (more than in other universities, as I hear). I...
I believe that my time at this university has contributed significantly to my overall development as an individual (mentally and physically) and has improved my competencies to a level I did not believe was achievable.