DIT career services to industry

With over 20,000 students registered, DIT is now one of Ireland’s largest and most innovative university – level institutions, delivering over 300 courses across a wide range of disciplines at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. DIT also has a strong research focus throughout its four colleges:

  • College of Arts and Tourism
  • College of Business
  • College of Engineering and Built Environment
  • College of  Sciences and Health

Advertise your vacancies FREE OF CHARGE

You can advertise any of your job opportunities to students and graduates free of charge. These can be posted on www.dit.ie/jobscene – DIT's online vacancy database which is accessed by students and graduates. 

Promote your organisation on campus

  • Take part in one of DIT's employer fairs – providing you with a great opportunity to meet potential employees and promote your company in a more personal and informal environment
  • Place a stand in a designated area (campus foyer for a morning / afternoon) which can provide you with an excellent opportunity to meet students
  • Take part in one of DIT's career learning workshops as a guest speaker.

Industry placement

Industrial placements are incorporated in a number of DIT’s programmes. Placement students can be a valuable resource to your company and often valuable to organisations at peak times.

Contact us

For all queries and further information please contact DIT's Employer Liaison Officer on 01 402 3082 or email careers@dit.ie

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