MA in Social practice and the Creative Environment @ LIT

MA SPACE is a vibrant, experimental taught programme, which is uniquely delivered initially through theory and the examination of best practice, followed by an engaged project in real situations.  MA SPACE is designed to fulfill postgraduate demand from art, design and related fields, nationally and internationally. It is a one-year full-time/ or part-time taught Masters... Continue Reading →

MA in Broadcast Production for Radio & TV @ IADT

IADT is home to Ireland's National Film School and has a long tradition in specialised industry focussed programmes.  The MA in Broadcast Production for Radio and TV is production-centred programme and will interest graduates of any discipline who wish to acquire editorial and production skills in radio and television broadcasting as well as those who... Continue Reading →

WIT Indian ‘Wicket Scholarship’ 2013/2014

Scholarships are available to anyone who has completed their 12th Standard, or undergraduate degree at a recognised High School/University in India. Where applicants have attended University, they must prove that their degree is recognised by the University Grants Commission. WIT accepts some applicants from Independently run Private Colleges, depending on their ranking and reputation. Awards... Continue Reading →

Why study at Waterford Institute of Technology?

1.It has state of the art facilities and a vibrant student community. 2.The cost of living in Waterford city is favourable compared with that of Dublin or Cork. 3.Waterford City is located within easy access of the beaches and coastline of the South East, giving students excellent recreational opportunities. 4.Waterford has a regional airport with... Continue Reading →

Why Study at Dublin Institute of Technology?

1.DIT is one of Ireland’s largest publicly funded doctoral awarding higher education institutions. 2.DIT specialises in developing graduates for productive leadership roles both nationally and internationally. 3.DIT offers 150 programmes at Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral levels in its colleges; Arts & Tourism, Business, Engineering & Built Environment and Sciences & Health. 4.With students from over... Continue Reading →

UL, NUI Galway and UCC Partner in Innovative Biomedical Engineering and Regenerative Medicine PhD

Research in the area of Biomedical Engineering and Regenerative Medicine will be furthered through the launch of a structured PhD Programme in the field delivered through the UL - NUI Galway Strategic Alliance and University College Cork. The PhD in Biomedical Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (BMERM) is a collaborative programme involving partner institutions nationally and... Continue Reading →

Cork Institute of Technology Extends Innovation Ecosystem to India

In a major development, Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) has expanded its strategic relationship with a major Indian university with industry support. The University of Pune (UoP) is one of India’s most respected and significant universities. It boasts a graduate student population of 6,000 and an undergraduate student population of 650,000 in its affiliated colleges.... Continue Reading →

International students ring in the Chinese New Year

LOCAL CHINESE STUDENTS PLAN TO CELEBRATE WITH PARTY IN TOWN DUNDALK's international students will ring in the Chinese New Year with traditional festive cheer at a special celebration tomorrow ( Thursday). With almost 300 Chinese students currently living in Dundalk and studying at DkIT, the new year celebrations will be a welcome chance to indulge... Continue Reading →

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