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Dr Michael Mulvey has been appointed the new president of Dundalk Institute of Technology. Dr Mulvey, who will take up his new role on Monday on a five year contract,
Dundalk IT’s Carla Rowe was on the scoresheet as Dublin ended their losing streak in All-Ireland ladies finals with a 4-11 to 0-11 victory over Mayo at Croke Park yesterday.
Dundalk Institute of Technology has scooped a major award after being confirmed as a National Winner of the European Enterprise Promotion Awards (EEPA) 2017 for its development of the BSc.
The mother of a former Dundalk IT student who passed away from Sudden Adult Death Syndrome in 2003 has welcomed a new laboratory at the Mater Hospital which can test
Gardaí have appealed to students returning to school and college in Dundalk to keep a record of their bicycle details incase it is stolen. Bikes are seen as “easy pickings”
Dundalk IT will host an information night on Tuesday evening for those interested in their range of part-time courses. The event will take place at DkIT from 7pm to 8.30pm
Dundalk Institute of Technology made a total of 2,414 first round CAO offers to students across the North East and beyond this week, a moderate increase on last year’s offers.
Points for most courses in Dundalk IT either remained unchanged or fell in the first round of CAO offers, released this morning. In relation to Level 8 honours bachelor degree
The Cars and Coffee North East event will return to Dundalk IT this Sunday morning. The event runs from 9.30am to 1pm with the organisers hoping to have their best
The North East Runners will host the 13th annual Alec Fennell 5km race from Dundalk IT on Tuesday July 18th at 7pm. The chipped event is €5 to enter with
Dundalk IT’s apprenticeship programme received a huge boost today with the news that it has been awarded over €900,000 in capital funding. News of the finance was announced by Minister
The death has occurred of former Louth VEC chief executive Dr Peter Connolly. The Dundalk-born former Coláiste Rís student passed away on Monday peacefully in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
Incoming Dundalk IT Students’ Union president and vice president Pauraic Renaghan and Aaron Geagan travelled to Leinster House earlier this week to lobby TDs and senators on the Union of