IADT as we now know it came into being in 2012, when three existing Schools were amalgamated to become two Faculties: the Faculty of Enterprise + Humanities, and the Faculty of Film, Art + Creative Technologies. However, our unique story is deeply rooted in the area and dates back well over fifty years!
From full-time undergraduate and postgraduate programmes to accredited part time courses, IADT has earned the reputation as Ireland’s leading creative cultural and technological institute by consistently providing innovative, practical and relevant courses.
Cutting-edge research significantly enhances the creative and entrepreneurial environment at IADT. We work with diverse stakeholders and collaborators in the public and private sectors, at local, national and global level. IADT engages in scholarly, applied and practice-based research.
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A comprehensive medical and nursing service is open to all full-time registered students. A Doctor is available on a part-time basis and a Nurse is available 5 days per week during the academic year. The service is envisaged as an addition to the student's own family doctor or specialist medical service.
IADT is a incredibly welcoming and close nit community. There are so many opportunities to collaborate with your fellow students on projects and with students from other courses. It`s small in numbers but I think that`s one of the things that make IADT great, because you can build strong bonds with your classmates and tutors, and there`s no fear of being lost in a sea of...
I am attending the Dun Laoghaire Institute Of Art Design + Technology in Dublin, Ireland. This is the second time I am attending the college. I attended originally 2010 - 2014 where I received my Level 8 BA Honours degree in visual arts practice. I now have returned to college to study a MA Level 9 Art and Research programme with the objective to gain more credits in order...
Really small and cozy campus, lecturers are lovely and easy to talk to. Classes themselves are lacking a bit in structure but staff takes complaints seriously and does its best to change what's not going well. Access to editing software necessary to do work outside of campus would be great. A lot of fun when you're surrounded by like-minded people.
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