CAO: DIT is the choice for change

It is a curious feature of the CAO process that Dublin Institute of Technology tends to do particularly well when it comes to applicants who change their minds.

28th April, 2012
CAO: DIT is the choice for change
Frank Costello, admissions officer at DIT.

Dublin Institute of Technology will have already featured among the top preferences of tens of thousands of applicants, such is the breadth and the quality of its programmes. But it is a curious feature of the CAO process that the institute tends to do particularly well when it comes to applicants who change their minds.

"Generally speaking, I would say that the Change of Mind process is hugely important for those people who are looking...

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