Founded in 1887 as part of the foundation of City of Dublin Technical Schools we have Dublin Institute of Technology, or DIT. It has been independently awarding degrees since 1992, and has been ranked within the top-100 of the Times Higher Education university-level institutions under 50 years old. DIT itself plans to join with two other institutes of technology in the region, namely IT Tallaght and IT Blanchardstown, to achieve university status and create a Technological University. Students at DIT at present have options of study from apprenticeships to PhDs.Show more
Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the Dublin Institute of Technology - DIT rating is 3.9. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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Convenient location, easy access with bus/taxi/luas. Interesting course some repetitive modules. Friendly students and lecturers. Mix of online and in person learning. Moodle is easy to navigate and access.View more
The location of the college is great, I am really enjoying my course there seems to be a lot of career opportunities from this course. The student life is great and I like the blended way of doing this course. The college is really easily accessible for me too.View more
I really like this course and college, I study a lot of different modules in my course and there are a lot of career options from this. The lecturers are very good and it’s an easy college to adjust to.View more
More facilities are needed for students, longer opening hours of the library, and more practical material. The lectures were very good. More funding in societies is needed
Great location. Maybe online classes would also be a benefit instead of students travelling for one class.
This college is very easily accessible as it’s in the centre of Dublin so there are many ways of public transport to get here. The classes are thought very well and the professors are very helpful with their teaching and helping out with any assignments.View more
Great university with small classes and accessible lectures. Strong focus on practical skills, case studies and research and a wide array of class types and skills that can be acquired allowing for accomodation of all interests.View more
I was really welcome, everybody was really helpful and kind. The university facilities where good, they could be a bit more modern but they were enough.
The tutors were really helpful and interested on how we were doing. They tried to give us as many solutions and ideas of programs as they could.
The timetables were good and the classes were useful. I found many things that were useful for my professional life on some of the subjects. We did many group projects that made us talk and socialize with other Students in our class. The classes were dynamic and promoted the Students participation.
The only problem was the communication between erasmus Students and the university. The Erasmus Students had no idea about the classes that were called off until they arrive to the class and could see a paper writen on the Door.
My experience was really great.View more
What i like:
– The module entitled “Food Prototype Development and Evaluation” (you are free to develop your own prototype)
– The fact that you can access libraries from all the different campuses
What to improve:
– The level of interest is very different from one class to another depending of the teacher
– Teachers did not give us any feedback regarding the delivered assignments (only grades, no explanations)
– Communication and organization (very difficult to get the dates of the exams in advance namely)
It is worth experiencing the student life in Dublin for one semester.
The schedule is very light; it is all about personal work.
Take time to travel around Ireland, the countryside is beautiful !