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Wednesday, 10 September 2014
DIT staff were preparing this week for the influx of 1,000 students as the new DIT Grangegorman campus opened its doors as part of its €38 million first phase. The faculties of social science, art, design and photography have relocated to the new campus as a corner of Dublin once hidden behind high walls is now being opened up, not only for students, but for the public too. Read the interview in the Irish Times with DIT President Brian Norton.
Irish Times - DIT Grangegorman opens
Posted by Education and Research Blog at 04:15