Institute of Technology, Tallaght

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Institute of Technology, Tallaght
Institiúid Teicneolaíochta, Tamhlacht
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Established 1992
Type Institute of Technology
President Thomas Stone
Admin. staff 400
Students 3,700 (2,600 full time)
Location Tallaght, Ireland
Campus 45 acres (180,000 m2)
Website http://www.ittdublin.ie/

Institute of Technology, Tallaght (ITT) formerly Regional Technical College, Tallaght, located in Tallaght, South Dublin in Ireland.

History[edit]

The institute was established in 1992, at that time the final new Regional Technical College opened in Ireland.

In 2005 the institute adopted the abbreviated title of ITT Dublin, to differentiate it from IT Tralee; this does not change the legal name which continues to be "Institute of Technology, Tallaght" as confirmed in the Institutes of Technology Act, 2006.

Since 2011 IT Tallaght has validated Theology degrees from The Priory Institute, which is adjacent to the campus in Tallaght.[1] In 2013 it was announced that IT Tallaght, IT Blanchardstown and the Dublin Institute of Technology intend to apply for Technical University Status.[2]

Faculties and courses[edit]

The institute offers a variety of courses,[3] including Higher Certificates and Bachelors Degrees as well as Postgraduate courses in the schools of accountancy, business, computing, engineering, humanities and science.


Student life[edit]

IT Tallaght has many clubs and societies for students, including Drama, Radio, Soccer, Martial Arts, Computing and Snow Sports.

Technical[edit]

The institute is the hub of the ITnet network.

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Coordinates: 53°17′26″N 6°21′49″W / 53.290523°N 6.363564°W / 53.290523; -6.363564