Technological University Dublin to be fully established by the new year
DITSU launch a campaign to fight cuts to services
Almost €7m in funding announced for new Dublin Technological University
The biggest higher education development in the history of the state set to happen in DIT
DIT makes over €250,000 in fees in two year period
DCU second-half scoring spree takes them to their first ever Fitzgibbon Cup final
DIT academics lodge complaint over amalgamation process
Eighteen academics at Dublin Institute of Technology have written to the chairman of the institute’s governing body to express their discontent with the amalgamation process with Tallaght and Blanchardstown ITs.
DIT drops Garda vetting requirement for mature students in “second chance” programme
DIT have discarded the requirement of Garda vetting for mature students when applying to its ‘second chance education’ programme after controversial public opinion.
DIT lobbies for new attitude on drug addiction
Planning permission granted for 900 bed student accommodation in Docklands
UCC fairs well in green ranking as DCU flops
DIT holds second annual film festival
Exam timetables cause confusion in DIT
Students and staff at DIT have been left confused and misinformed surrounding the dates for their upcoming Christmas examinations due to its proposed merge with ITT and ITB next year.