Dublin City University was established in 1975 at the Northside of Dublin, Ireland. DCU enrols more than 7000 undergraduate, graduate and research students with an academic staff of over 500. DCU’s campus has an InterFaith Centre, a medical centre, counselling corner and a disability service centre. There is also a Dublin City University Language Services & a Clinic, which are operated by DCU. DCU comprises of four main academic units: School of Education, School of Humanities & Social Science, School of Computing and School of Engineering. DCU has state of the art research facilities... See full description.
Dublin Institute of Technology started its operations in 1992 in Dublin, Ireland. DIT is divided into 6 academic units: Applied Arts, Built Environment, Business, Engineering, Science and Tourism & Food. DIT provides educational services from certificate level to doctorate level. The school holds pride in having the only National Optometry Centre (NOC) in the whole of Ireland. NOC provides clinical training for DIT Optometry students, who focus their attention in the fields of paediatrics, low vision and contact lenses. In 2010 the Sunday Times named DIT as the “Best Institute of... See full description.
Hamilton Institute is a research center in National University of Ireland (NUI) Maynooth, and was opened in November 2001. The school offers postgraduate courses with the aim of providing excellent education to all students irrespective of their nationalities. Scholarship opportunities are provided for all postgraduate courses both to European and International students. The institute awards both Master’s (MSc) and Doctorate (PhD) degrees to professionals in their respective fields of specialization. The department providing postgraduate (PhD) education in the area of Network... See full description.