Dundalk Institute of Technology (DKIT)


Dundalk Institute of Technology (DKIT) was founded in 1971 and is amongst the leading Institutes of Technology in Ireland through its high quality teaching and innovative research programmes. Set in a state of the art campus, DKIT is a Government funded Institute of Technology with almost 5,000 students. DKIT has a full range of Bachelors, Masters and PhD programmes.

Student Life

The DkIT student experience is truly one-of-a-kind. Benefit from top-class facilities and get involved in our vibrant on-campus student community.

The Student Services Centre provides a range of personal support to students attending the Institute and aims to provide both advice and practical support in a wide variety of circumstances. Your college experience is not limited to your course, it is a new beginning of your future! At DkIT, our goal is to help you will grow academically and personally, meet like-minded people and work towards achieving your dreams.

The DkIT Sports & Societies Office runs over 65+ student-led clubs and societies so whether you want to pursue an existing interest or try something completely new, there is always something for everyone – from football to politics, photography to horse-riding, dance to fashion, and even circus arts! 

DkIT Sport, our flagship multimillion euro indoor facility, provides a variety of fitness, sport and wellbeing opportunities including: a fully equipped gym, 8 indoor 5 aside football pitches, 65m x 35m training area, team strength and conditioning area, 20-metre swimming pool and steam room & Jacuzzi. For more information visit


  1. How can I apply to study at DKIT?
    Please email southeastasia@dkit,ie for more information
  2. Do I need a visa to study at DKIT?
    Citizens from some countries require a study-visa for Ireland. Kindly visit for more information
  3. What about student accommodation at DKIT?
    DkIT International Office has an Accommodations Officer to support you with your accommodation-search, depending on your accommodation preference. Most international students elect to stay in halls-of-residence in their first year of study, in order to meet new students and be located within walking distance of the Institute.
  4. How long does it usually take to complete an undergraduate programme at DKIT?
    The Bachelor (Ordinary) Degree normally takes 3 years of study. The Bachelor (Honours) Degree normally takes 4 years of study (with the exception of Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and Finance Programme, which is a 3-year Honours Degree).

Contact Us


Dundalk Institute of Technology
Dublin Road
Co. Louth
A91 K584

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