So, you’re about to come to study with us! And you have 101 questions and there’s so many things to ask and figure out, you don’t know where to start! I hear ya… Well, I’m going to try make things … Continue reading FAQ For New Students!
NEW students coming to us this September, if there’s one page on our website that you should be looking at, it’s this one. Too lazy to click on the link, then just screenshot this image and keep note of the important dates and times for YOU! Our student experience officer, Alicia, has put together a wonderful week full of important and fun events for you to participate in. The orientation week is not compulsory to attend but highly recommended. Please don’t worry if you got your visa late or if you are arriving a day or two late. We can … Continue reading International Orientation Week September 10 – 14, 2018
Our City campus keeps getting bigger and bigger. By the next academic year 2021, we will see all of our Science and Arts students on this campus. So, far we have a gym, ample sports facilities, canteen, research building and our arts and design students have made themselves at home for the past year. All in all, it’s really coming together. Keep an eye on the latest city campus news and planning here. Continue reading NEW CAMPUS
As we have changed from DIT to T U Dublin, we obviously had to change it everywhere. Keep up to date on all platforms and follow these accounts; Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/tudublin/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/dublininstituteoftechnology Twitter – https://twitter.com/wearetudublin LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/company/12974484/ Graduate Network LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/groups/83123/ Youtube – https://www.youtube.com/user/DITPublicAffairs/ Continue reading FOLLOW US
This is an important topic, and one that needs to be advertised every year. The cost of living is something that, unfortunately, we cannot control for our students coming to study in such a vibrant city such as Dublin. However, it is something that we can help you prepare for. The following is a guide to the cost of living for a student in Ireland for 2018/19 Student’s Living Away From Home Monthly (€) Annual (€) Rent (National – for Dublin see below) 430* 3,870 Utilities 35 315 Food 169 1,521 Travel 135** 1,215 Books & Class materials 71*** 639 Clothes/Medical … Continue reading Cost of Living Guide
Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) has released its annual Cost of Living Guide for students for 2018-19. The guide is designed to help those starting Higher Education in September with tips and advice for students on how to cut costs … Continue reading Cost Of Living Guide for Students
As we’re nearing the end of the year, and we are finally seeing a glimpse of the Summer, the international office have been putting on some events to help you unwind before your exams start. Our lovely student experience officer … Continue reading Upcoming Events for International Students