Dundalk Institute of Technology opens its doors to prospective second-level students, mature students, students from PLC colleges, parents, teachers and guidance counsellors from all across the northeast on Friday 15th October between 9.00am and 2.30pm.
The Open Day provides the ideal opportunity to visit the campus and learn all about the many exciting developments which are taking place at DkIT. The day includes a range of talks, tours of the campus, exhibitions, demonstrations, and information sessions. There will also be a chance to meet with both college staff and current students to talk about course choices and life as a student at DkIT.
The Institute is the number one choice for many students from across the northeast region, and with its population currently at 5,000 (full-time and part-time students), DkIT continues to go from strength to strength.
For those who are unable to make the Open Day, there is opportunity to attend an Open Evening in the Institute on Thursday, 14th October, from 7.00pm to 9.00pm. There is also an informative talk on Going to DkIT at 7.30pm in the Institute’s Whitaker Theatre which may be of interest to mature student applicants who are thinking of returning to full-time education and to parents of prospective students who want to find out more about what DkIT has to offer.
See http://www.dkit.ie for more.