Change of Mind
Thank you to all who participated in our very engaging CAO Parents/Guardians live Q&A sessions on Thursday 26 and Friday 27 May. We were delighted to answers all your questions in relation to studying at AIT. The most frequently asked questions were in relation to accommodation. transport and fee’s. Take a look; We will be […]
We are very proud of our amazing 256 academic staff (WTE) who all have a diverse background of academic and industry experience across multiple sectors. We are also proud to have over 29% of all academic staff with PhD qualification in AIT, with experts in Polymer Engineering, Microbiology, Business Psychology, Digital Marketing, Hotel and Leisure, Physical […]
Why take this course? Microbiology is the study of microscopic organisms known as micro-organisms or microbes that are usually invisible to the naked eye, including bacteria, protozoa, fungi, viruses and prions. These microbes are critical to all aspects of life on our planet. Microbiology is diverse which is reflected in sub-disciplines such as Medical, Environmental, […]
We are hosting a series of live events over the coming weeks, to help you in your decision making process, or ask any question you might have about our courses, campus and facilities. Please see an outline of our events below; Parents Live Q&A session – running through our website on May 26th and May […]
We are delighted that you are exploring the opportunities available at AIT. We have a huge amount to offer as a college and over the course of the past year, we undertook a review of our programmes to ensure that they contain the very latest thinking and practices. We consulted widely with experts in each […]
We are lucky and proud to be located in the heart of Ireland. Our students are from as near as Tullamore and Mullingar to as far as Donegal, Cork, China and Brazil ….so getting here from any location is possible! Many of our students commute to college every day and there are numerous operators that […]
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