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DIT leads in education with career focus

19th June, 2016
Shannyn Brogan, Product Design graduate, with the SES Board a safe extraction spinal board she has designed to ensure safe removal of casualties from swimming pools

DIT prides itself on providing real-world academic programmes at Level 8 (Degree), as well as routes through Level 6 (Higher Certificate) and Level 7 (Diploma) to give the student the opportunity to develop their academic studies in line with readiness for work and career.

Frank Costello, head of admissions with DIT, explained how DIT differs to other institutions in terms of its approach. “We provide students with practical group work assessment on an ongoing basis from year one,...

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