Dundalk Institute of Technology

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Dundalk Institute of Technology, Dundalk Institute

Dundalk Institute of Technology: It's formerly Regional Technical College is a 90-acre (360,000 m2) campus situated in Dundalk, County Louth, Ireland, halfway between Dublin and Belfast (each approximately 80 kilometres away). The campus is 800 metres from the main Dublin Belfast road and 3 minutes drive from the M1 motorway to Dublin. Dublin Airport is a 35-minute drive by car. Dundalk is served by the Dublin Belfast Train and Dundalk's Clarke Station is approximately a 20-minute walk (or 6 euro taxi ride) from the campus.

Schools (Dundalk Institute of Technology)

  • Business and Humanities
    • Department of Business Studies
    • Department of Humanities
    • Department of Management and Financial Studies
    • Section of Hospitality Studies
  • Engineering
    • Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    • Department of Construction and Surveying
    • Department of Electronic and Mechanical Engineering
  • Informatics and Creative Arts
    • Department of Computing and Mathematics
    • Department of Visual and Human Centred Computing
    • Section of Creative Media
    • Section of Music
  • Health and Science
    • Department of Applied Sciences
    • Department of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Studies
    • Section of Midwifery

Regional Development Centre (Dundalk Institute of Technology)

Established in 1989 by Dundalk Institute of Technology, the Regional Development Centre acts as the Institute’s Innovation Support and Technology Transfer organisation. The Centre acts as a commercially oriented interface between DKIT and the industrial, commercial and business life of the region, and makes available the expertise, facilities and resources of the Institute for the wider benefit of the regional economy. Through the Research and Developmental endeavours of its Academic Staff, DKIT has developed a strong applied R&D reputation in Software Development, Electronics and Engineering Design, Applied Humanities, Cultural Studies and Enterprise Development & Innovation with a new and emerging area in the field of Renewable Energy and Digital Media. The evolution of this range of Research expertise has a direct bearing on new course development, on staff development and on the relevance of graduate provision to the skills needs of the Regional and National economy. The Centre achieves this through the following range of programmes and activities:

  • Research & Development and Technology Transfer
  • Entrepreneurial Development Programmes
  • Incubation Facilities for Knowledge and Technology-Based Enterprises
  • Applied Research
  • Sectoral & Regional Development Initiatives
  • Spearheading and Supporting EU and Cross Border Development Initiative
  • Networking with Agencies and Organisations at Regional, National and International Level


 Phone: +353 42 9370200
 Website: https://dkit.ie
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