Dundalk Institute of Technology

Dundalk Institute of Technology

Dundalk , Ireland
  • 85
    Acceptance Rate
  • 61
    Available Programs
  • 5000
  • 9950
    Average Cost
  • 86 (as to 2018)
    Employment Rate
  • Program
  • Permit


    Institute was established at 1970. The institution was one of the original network of Regional Technical Colleges set up in the 1970s with an emphasis on business, science, engineering Over the past decade and a half, the Institute has expanded its range of programmes to include hospitality, humanities, music, creative arts and nursing. Apprenticeship courses have long been a feature of the Institute, there has been continual expansion in the Apprenticeship provisioning the electrical and plumbing fields.

    The Institute has four Schools, with each one consisting of a number of departments with a wide range of programmes on offer. Additionally, the Lifelong Learning Centre offers many part-time study options and there are also many apprenticeship options on offer, through the School of Engineering.

The four schools at DkIT are:

1)School of Business and Humanities

2)School of Engineering

3)School of Informatics and Creative Arts

4)School of Health and Science

Entry requirements

    Non-EU applicants should provide: Completed application form, Academic transcripts, IELTS (or equivalent) transcripts, Passport copy. 

English Requirements are: Grade B2 equivalent on CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) or have achieved the following grades in IELTS:

Foundation-4,5, Pre-Sessional Foundation-5,0, Bachelor (Ordinary)-5,5, Bachelor (Honors)-6,0, Master-6,5 

Scholarship & funding

DkIT is a participating Institute in The Higher Education Access Route (HEAR) which is an admissions scheme for school leavers from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds who have completed the Irish Leaving Certificate.

DkIT has several scholarship programmes available for students to apply for.

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Student life

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