DIT makes ‘top 100’ for up-and-coming third-level institutions

 

 

College listed 94th on Times Higher Education’s 100 under 50 ranking

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It is the first time DIT has made the top 100 list, which features two other Irish institutions: Dublin City University, which has slipped from joint 84th place last year to joint 92nd, and NUI Maynooth, which has risen from 74th to joint 67th. Photograph: Dara MacDonaill/The Irish Times

Joe Humphreys

First published: Wed, Apr 30, 2014, 21:00

Dublin Insititute of Technology has been named as one of the world’s top 100 higher education institutions under the age of 50.

The college, which is in the process of seeking university designation under a merger plan with two other IoTs in the city, was listed 94th on the Times Higher Education “100 under 50” ranking which describes itself as a “bespoke evaluation” of the world’s up-and-coming centres of learning.

It is the first time DIT has made the list, which features two other Irish institutions: Dublin City University which has slipped from joint 84th place last year to joint 92nd, and NUI Maynooth which has risen from 74th to joint 67th.

Times Higher Education 100 Under 50, 2014

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