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DIT graduate wins 2018 Global Undergraduate Award, 4 others receive citations

Brian Heffernan, who graduated with a marketing degree from the Dublin Institute of Technology’s College of Business in November, won the prestigious Global Undergraduate Awards 2018 for his research exploring how Generation Z uses Instagram to curate their online and offline personas. In the same event, four other DIT students also received citations: Ciara Delaney,…

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DIT graduates landing careers that impact global businesses and industries

What do these 3 successful career professionals – Qantas Airways CEO Alan Joyce, Irish Times Managing Director Liam Kavanagh and Intel Ireland General Manager Eamonn Sinnott – have in common? They are all graduates of Dublin Institute of Technology, soon to be renamed Technological University Dublin. DIT is one of the 3 technological institutes that…

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STEM graduates at TU Dublin can impact business and society

Graduates of a STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) course at Dublin Institute of Technology, which is part of a consortium that will form the new Technological University Dublin, can impact business and society by putting to good use the high-quality modules and access provided by the university to students through actual industry-assisted learning and…

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Pathways for DIT students: study group, bridging and foundation year programmes

In emphasising the importance of preparing international students for their higher education degree, DIT’s International Pathway Coordinator Deirdre Ryan draws attention to the various programmes available for students as they transition into their bachelor’s or master’s degree studies. “Students will be supported throughout with custom-designed programmes administered by highly-experienced teachers in small classroom settings.” she…

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DIT prepares for university status

DIT is now preparing for university status after its merger with two other technical schools – Institute of Technology Tallaght and Institute of Technology Blanchardstown – has been finalised. This development is an offshoot of the Irish government’s Technological Universities Act wherein four new universities will be created as part of Ireland’s National Strategy for…

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DIT students win in international design build & hospitality competitions

DIT students won first place in two separate international competitions on design build and on hospitality management. Together with their three teammates from Oklahoma University, DIT students comprised of Conor Lawlor (BSc in Construction Management), Sarah Gibney (BArch in Architecture) as well as Micheal Ryan (BSc in Quantity Surveying and Construction Economics)—all of whom are…

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