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CAO Applicants 2015

Posted: 30 January, 2015

The CAO Deadline for this year is Sunday, February 1, 2015 at 5.15pm .

If you have any question on any course in DIT, the team in DIT admissions are on hand to answer all queries.  Frank Costello, Head of Admissions in DIT, says he and his colleagues have been answering vast numbers of queries from students over the last few months and he is very impressed by the level of detail that many students request.  “DIT has more than 100 full-time undergraduate programmes to choose from, across a range of disciplines, so I think we get a good overview of what students are thinking about.  I’m impressed that students are increasingly aware that they should choose a programme of study that will stimulate them and that they will enjoy.  Guidance counsellors have been very effective in getting that message through to their students, and it will make the difference between students staying the course or dropping out.”

Key Dates:

Here are some initial key dates to bear in mind at this stage of the CAO process:

20 January:         Closing date for CAO Early Bird application fee of €25

01 February:       Closing date for CAO applications, including listing of any ‘restricted application courses’.  In DIT these include subjects requiring submission of a portfolio – eg, Fine Art, Visual Communication, Interior and Furniture Design and subjects where an audition is required – eg, Music or Drama.

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