Dublin Institute of Technology

Programs available:

  • Autumn or Spring semester
  • Academic year

3.0 minimum GPA required

Inspire Learning Fee includes tuition, housing, (3) excursions, Irish mobile phone rental, optional full time 8 week internship* and more.

Courses are available from:

  • College of Arts and Tourism
  • College of Business
  • College of Engineering and the Built Environment
  • College of Science and Health

1-day orientation on campus

Transcripts issued by DIT

* Supplement of $150/week for accommodation ($1200 for 8 weeks)

About DIT

Founded in 1887, Dublin Institute of Technology has a long and proud tradition of providing education to the highest levels combining the academic excellence of a traditional university with career-focused learning.

Publicly-funded, DIT is a member of the European University Association and offers an extensive range of undergraduate programmes at Bachelor Degree levels and postgraduate programs at Taught Masters, Research Masters and Research PhD Degree levels.
With more than 22,000 students enrolled in full and part-time programs and over 1,000 international students, DIT is one of Ireland’s largest and most innovative institutes of higher education.

DIT has a distinctive approach to teaching and learning and graduates are prepared for global citizenship, capable of adapting to a changing international environment. It incorporates practice-based learning, research using real-life issues, internship in the community or industry, volunteerism, study abroad opportunities, and promotes interdisciplinarity through modularization.

DIT undertakes research that is nationally relevant, internationally competitive and strategically important. It is strongly focused on problem-solving, and on the social and technological development and innovation that advances human knowledge and makes a real impact on people’s life experience.

About Dublin

Dublin (in Irish `Baile Átha Cliath’), is the capital and largest city of Dublin. Medieval, Georgian and modern architecture provide a backdrop to a friendly bustling port where the cosmopolitan and charming meet in a delightful diversity that is Dublin.

Founded as a Viking settlement, the Kingdom of Dublin became Ireland’s principal city following the Norman invasion. The city expanded rapidly from the 17th century and was briefly the second largest city in the British Empire before the Act of Union in 1800. Following the partition of Ireland in 1922, Dublin became the capital of the Irish Free State and later the Republic of Ireland.

Dublin is located on the east coast of Ireland, overlooking Dublin Bay, and is easily accessible by car, train, plane and bus. Dublin City is surrounded by the greater Dublin area or Dublin County where students can find an abundance of picturesque seaside villages, rolling mountains and rural hinterland, all within half an hour of the city centre.

Can’t miss elements of Dublin city include sampling the delicious fare at The Temple Bar Food Market and Howth Market, shopping on Grafton Street and taking a stroll through the gorgeous Phoenix Park (1752 acres!).

A Practical Guide to Ireland

As all applications are reviewed by DIT, students are encouraged to apply early.

Spring start Oct-2017
Autumn start May-2018

Language Requirements

  • INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTING SYSTEM (IELTS)

    IELTS – 6.0.

  • TEST OF ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (TOEFL) ADMINISTERED BY PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

    TOEFL paper based test – 550
    TOEFL compute based test – 213
    TOEFL internet based test – 100

Fees & Dates

*Includes breakfast, packed lunch and dinner Monday-Friday

Autumn/spring semester (16 weeks)
Shared off-campus accommodation $13,700
Home stay* $14,900
Academic year (32 weeks)
Shared off-campus accommodation $24,300
Home stay* $24,300