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Tuesday, 21st March 2023

DkIT to host Open Day with guided tours

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Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) is hosting an Open Day on March 29th to give prospective students and others the opportunity to view and experience their state-of-the-art campus by facilitating guided tours.

DkIT is renowned for offering a memorable college experience which includes high quality education from award winning and highly regarded practical courses that leaves you work ready and extremely employable for your selected industry.

They are proud to report that 97% of their graduates are in full time employment or in pursuit of further education within six months of graduating. The Institute would attribute these phenomenal graduate successes to their small classroom sizes and an academic and Institute focus on employability.

DkIT provides more than 70-degree courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level which are aimed at helping you start or kick-start your career path.

The Institute is strategically located in the northeast in an area marked as having significant importance due to its growing population and strong economic links between North and South.

This region is steeped in innovation and enterprise and has become one of the most sought-after commercial zones due to its developed and robust business community comprised of impressive start-ups, high-performing SMEs and major multinationals.

This not to be missed on-campus Spring Open Day event will be held on the 29th of March, from 4pm to 7pm. Register now to get guided tours and specific talks for the educational areas you are interested in. These talking tours will last approx. 40 minutes, which allows you to attend another session on the next hour. This is an in-depth look into subject areas that you don't get from normal Open Days.

Registration is essential and available at www.dkit.ie.

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