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.
The Irish Academy of Public Relations was founded in 1992 by Ellen Gunning, Irish PR Professional. After a number of years teaching Public Relations and Journalism courses in University College Dublin (UCD), University College Cork (UCC) and Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) the Academy branched out into Event Management, Radio and Television Presenting, Grammar, Social Media Marketing and Mobile Journalism (MoJo).
The Irish Academy now has partner colleges around the world, and has a range of online courses with audio and video specifically catered to the communications and... See full description.