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Dundalk IT to return to Sigerson Cup in 2018

Dundalk IT are set to return to the Sigerson Cup competition next year. The college, who hosted the finals in February 2005, haven’t competed in the top third level GAA

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20 students attend first ever Entrepreneurship Summer Programme for second level students in Dundalk IT

Twenty secondary level students from across the North East and Midlands regions attended DkIT’s inaugural Entrepreneurship Summer Programme which was uniquely designed by the Institute’s School of Engineering to help

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Nova Leah announces 78 new jobs for Dundalk

Dundalk has received a significant jobs boost this morning with the news that Nova Leah are set to create 78 new jobs in the town. Lero researchers from the Regulated

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Cars and Coffee North East event returns to Dundalk this Sunday

The fifth Cars and Coffee North East event will take place at Dundalk IT this Sunday morning. The event runs from 9.30am to 1pm with the organisers hoping to have

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Fís exhibition launches in Dundalk IT this Wednesday

The Department of Creative Arts, Media and Music at Dundalk Institute of Technology will launch their annual Fís exhibition this Wednesday at 6pm at the Carroll Building. The building houses

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Financial contribution of students to Dundalk IT up by more than 350% since 2007

The level of student contributions to the running of Dundalk Institute of Technology has jumped by almost €8.3 million in the space of the last nine academic years. New figures,

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Dundalk IT students aim to challenge the stigma around schizophrenia with Realign project

A group of fourth year Creative Multimedia students at Dundalk IT are inviting people to ‘Realign’, a practice based research project that is tackling stigma in Irish media, specifically the stigma

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Dundalk IT’s Regional Development Centre to receive free gigabit fibre broadband

Dundalk Institute of Technology’s Regional Development Centre has been revealed as the first on-campus higher education incubation centre to receive two years of free gigabit fibre broadband from SIRO and

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Almost one in five Dundalk IT students drop out of courses during the first year

Almost one in five students attending Dundalk IT are dropping out of their courses during their first year. That’s according to a new report from the Higher Education Authority titled

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300 students to take part in Dundalk IT’s largest ever SciFest event on Wednesday

Dundalk IT will host 300 post-primary school students from across the North East tomorrow when they arrive at the Dublin Road campus to participate in DkIT’s largest ever SciFest competition.

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Close to 1,000 participants to take part in tonight’s DkIT Dundalk 10k

Close to 1,000 participants are expected to enter the DkIT Dundalk 10k event, which takes place this evening. This year’s race will take place tonight at 7pm with a warm-up being

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Volunteers sought for DkIT Dundalk 10k

The organisers of the DkIT Dundalk 10k next Tuesday are appealing for volunteers to help out at the event. This year’s race will take place on April 25th at 7pm

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Businesses lend their support for DkIT Dundalk 10k

Five Dundalk-based businesses have generously provided sponsorship for the upcoming DkIT Dundalk 10k which takes place on Tuesday 25th April at 7pm. Sponsors include Servisource Recruitment, DkIT Sport, Smyth’s Life

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Dundalk IT students in pre-production for new short film ‘Eventuality’

Final year students in the BA (HONS) Video & Film Production course at Dundalk IT are working on a new short film called Eventuality at present. The film is a

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Dundalk IT will have balanced books by this August following €3m deficit

Dundalk Institute of Technology will have balanced its books by this August and put a €3 million deficit behind them, the institute told the Public Accounts Committee today. The PAC