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Dundalk Institute of Technology

4.0 out of 5 (31 ratings / 20 reviews) Dundalk, Ireland
DkIT is the focal point for higher education and research on the Belfast-Dublin corridor, serving the North Leinster, South Ulster region of Ireland.

Master's Programmes

Arts, Design & Architecture (2)
Engineering & Technology (2)
Business & Management (1)
Social Sciences (1)

About

Education

Our courses include a careful blend of practical and academic learning to ensure that students are equipped with job-ready skills. In fact, more than 55% of our courses have work placement opportunities.

We have a wide variety of industry-focused undergraduate courses available across our four academic Schools of Business & Humanities, Engineering, Informatics & Creative Arts and Health & Science.

Research

We are passionate about research and innovation and we believe strongly in its ability to transform society.

Career

Guidance professionals facilitate a process which aims to enable clients to make sense of their current situations and work towards decisions to support their career potential. Careers Advisers at DkIT are qualified guidance professionals, and work to support their clients in the exploring and the decision making process of careers development and job search. Personal problems cannot be separated from careers concerns and therefore discussion about personal circumstances may arise.

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Services

Student services

Your college experience is about more than your course, it is about starting the next chapter of your life – your new world. At DkIT you have the chance to grow academically and personally, meet like-minded people and work towards achieving your dreams. Our job is to help you do this.

Housing services

While our campus is predominantly a commuter campus, the DkIT Students Union provides students with support and advice around accommodation. There is a selection of accommodation options available to students.

Library services

The role of the Library in DkIT is to encourage, facilitate and enable learning,teaching and research. We support academic and intellectual freedom andendeavour to demonstrate this in our collection through multiple viewpoints.We aim to hold on site as much essential material as may be required ineither print – currently over 50,000 items - or in digital format

ICT services

Dundalk Institute of Technology has published a set of IT Policy documents to provide advice and direction to its user base in the use of, and the management and delivery of IT systems and services. 

Medical services

We offer a professional and confidential health & medical service via our on campus health centre. The centre includes a free nursing service and access to a doctor at scheduled times throughout the week.

Student Life

Campus life

Our compact campus offers the best of both worlds. Packed with excellent facilities and services, our beautiful green campus is within easy reach of the bustling town centre of Dundalk, not to mention the island of Ireland’s 2 major cities.

Sports facilities

The DkIT Sports & Societies Office runs over 65+ student-led clubs and societies so whether you want to pursue an existing interest or try something completely new, there is something for everyone – from football to politics, photography to horse-riding, dance to fashion, and even circus arts! 

Student clubs

There are over 65 registered Clubs & Societies in DkIT and they cater for all interests, hobbies and passions. You can even set up your own!

Student Reviews

Dreamy
Anonymous rated 3 out of 5 stars

It has been great though with some challenges

Dundalk IT - great opportunities
Anonymous rated 5 out of 5 stars

plenty of opportunities, friendly staff and options to study abroad. good variety of classes

Overall it is good school but I experienced racism from a lecturer
Anonymous rated 2 out of 5 stars

The university is lovely and they have the best lecturers

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