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Established in 1997, Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT) provides a portfolio of applied research and courses (undergraduate and post-graduate) that is unique in this country. It is one of the 13 Institutes of Technology, but the only Institute of Art, Design and Technology.
It specialises in creativity, entrepreneurship and innovation in the digital age. The IADT vision is to be at the forefront of teaching, research and innovation, at the convergence of the arts, technology and enterprise, and to contribute to Ireland’s development as a creative knowledge economy. IADT graduates have been successful nationally and internationally in the creative and cultural industries, in the sciences and the arts, technology and the business world, and have contributed to the social and political life of nations.
IADT's School of Business and Humanities offers programmes that focus on the world of business in the knowledge, cultural, media and entertainment sectors. The School of Creative Technologies offers programmes that explore the interaction of people and technology. The School of Creative Arts offers programmes that blend creativity and technology in art, design and media. It includes the internationally recognised National Film School.
IADT is located on the outskirts of Dun Laoghaire, a major town in south Dublin, Ireland, with excellent transport links and a thriving community of its own.
Having only been formally established in 1997, IADT is a young institution which aims to be full of vibrancy both on campus and in the classroom. IADT attracts students from across the country and world and continues to be filled with new ideas and creativity. Their pioneering approach to education programmes makes them unique in Irish third level education.
IELTS Composite score in the range 6.0 – 6.5 with not less than 6.0 in any one component.
Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT) currently does not have any on-campus accommodation, nor does it maintain a formal accommodation list. The Institute advises students to consult various websites such as daft.ie, newspapers and local community notices which provide good information on available accommodation.
IADT is situated in the Dun Laoghaire/ Deansgrange suburb. The Institute is well served by the Dublin bus routes 46a, 75, & 63 bus routes. Any accommodation on these bus routes would be suitable.
Please note that IADT is approximately 3km from Dun Laoghaire DART station and one would require a connecting bus (46a, 75, or 63) to get to IADT’s Kill Avenue campus.
Though one of the 14 Institutes of Technology in Ireland, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology is the only Institute of Art, Design & Technology in the country.
• Located on a fresh, modern campus IADT is home to over 3000 students and staff.
• IADT attracts students from across the country and world. It is an Institute of Technology that is positively vibrating with new ideas and creativity.
• It is also the leader in programmes for visual and media arts, digital media and technology, and the business and cultural sectors.
• Being a young institution formally established in 1997 there is a vibrancy that is evident around the campus and in the classroom.
• In this friendly, dynamic and vibrant environment IADT encourages a pioneering approach to learning.
• There are small class sizes catering for students as individuals.
• Excellent Student Support Services on campus include the: Access Office, Writing and Research Support, Assistive Technology, Careers Advisory Service, Student Counselling Service, Student Health Service, etc.
• The Institute has developed amenities such as the Media Cube for enterprise projects and SMEs in the technology sector and is expanding its campus to incorporate further departments and students.
• IADT lays emphasis on creative arts and media with the National Film School (NFS) located on campus. The Institute offers programmes in entrepreneurship/ business, arts management, psychology/ cyberpsychology, computing and digital media technology.
• IADT has built an international reputation in the creative, cultural, entrepreneurial and digital media sectors and is also a valued educational and enterprise partner in Dun Laoghaire/ Rathdown and the wider Dublin and East Coast region.
Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT) was established as an autonomous higher education institution within the Institutes of Technology sector on April 1st 1997.
• In 2012, its three academic schools were amalgamated into two faculties: the Faculty of Enterprise and Humanities and the Faculty of Film, Art and Creative Technology.
• It is located on the outskirts of Dun Laoghaire, a major town in south Dublin, with excellent transport links and a thriving community of its own.
• Though one of the 14 Institutes of Technology in Ireland, IADT is the only Institute of Art, Design & Technology in the country.
• The Institute has 2,300 full-time students from over 80 different nations, 800 part-time students and IADT plans to grow to 3,000+ full-time places.
• The Institute has developed amenities such as the Media Cube for enterprise projects and SMEs in the technology sector and is expanding its campus to incorporate further departments and students. Sports facilities such as a full sized all weather floodlight soccer pitch have been added in recent years.
Non-EU students will not normally qualify for free tuition; they have to pay the non-EU fee which is €13,500 per annum.
Cost of Living
Naturally, the cost of living varies from student to student, but as a general guideline, a student would need between €600 and €800 per month. This includes rent, insurance, food, bills, leisure etc.
Ranking of Universities
World Ranking : 5957
Country Rank : 21
World Ranking : 5957
Country Rank : 21
Kill Avenue, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, Ireland