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First graduates of MSc in Energy Retrofit Technology

Posted: 18 November, 2015

The Dublin School of Architecture celebrated the graduation of the first students of the MSc Energy Retrofit Technology (MScERT) programme at the Graduation Ceremony for students of the DIT College of Engineering and Built Environment in St Patrick’s Cathedral on 31 October 2015.

MSc Energy Retrofit Technology graduation 31 October 2015

Left to right: Daniel Coyle MScERT, Daryl Bent MScERT, Cormac Allen Assistant Head of School, Joseph Little Assistant Head of School, Monica Lillis MScERT, Professor Brian Norton President DIT, Ann Canning MScERT, Emma Geoghegan Lecturer, Simon McGuinness Lecturer, Colette Harold MScERT, Dr Sarah Sheridan Lecturer, Orna Hanly Head of School


MSc Energy Retrofit Technology graduates Eanna McManus, Monica Lillis, and Colette Harold

Congratulating the graduates, Cormac Allen, Assistant Head of Dublin School of Architecture said “The MSc Energy Retrofit Technology is a unique technical upskilling programme that is aimed at building design professionals, including architects and architectural technologists.  Graduates of the programme are specialists in energy retrofit performance, design, and research.  They will play a leading role in industry as existing buildings are retrofitted to meet the Nearly Zero Energy Building (NZEB) performance targets set down  by the EU Energy Performance in Buildings Directive (EPBD).”

The programme has been developed under the Higher Education Authority (HEA) Springboard labour market activation scheme. 

MSc Energy Retrofit Technology graduates  Daniel Coyle and Ann Canning