The Institute of Technology Tralee is pleased to announce the re-appointment of Dr Oliver Murphy as President for another 5 year term. The Chairperson of the Governing Body Mr Lionel Alexander extended his congratulations.
One hundred years since the birth of former US President John F Kennedy, and nearly 50 years since the establishment of Special Olympics by his mother Eunice Kennedy, Dr Timothy Shriver is announced as UNESCO Chairholder
In recent years’ addiction is becoming an increasing problem in Ireland, with the Government pledging to increase funding in the area of mental health initiatives as part of the national counselling service.
On Thursday 11th May I.T. Tralee hosted over 100 transition year students and their teachers from all over Kerry region. Each of the students received inaugural certificates acknowledging their completion
Rupendra Paliwal, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost of Sacred Heart University (SHU), and Oliver Murphy, President of Institute of Technology at Tralee (ITT), signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU)
IT Tralee is proud to be a founding member of the Technological Higher Education Association (THEA), which was launched formally today (Monday April 3rd) by the Minister for Education and Skills, Mr Richard Bruton TD.
Saturday, November 19th saw the launch of an exciting and innovative approach by companies in Kerry in their endeavours to source appropriately qualified personnel to work in the areas of science and technology...
As the CAO application date of February 1st 2017 approaches, the IT Tralee will run a number of events over the coming months to assist students and their families as they consider their college options.
From the 08th of August of 2016 until the 11th of August of 2016 the first UFIT “Train the Trainers” course will take place at The Peruvian VIDENA-IPD and Bodytech Fitness Club Facilities in Lima, Perú.
Taste Kerry adopts a distinctively original approach by bringing together all aspects of the food industry throughout Kerry to encourage inter-trade and the promotion of food tourism across the county.
Members of academic and administrative staff from IT Tralee recently celebrated 25 years’ service. In honour of the occasion the President of the Institute hosted a lunch and presentation at The Rose Hotel in Tralee.
The CARA National Inclusion Awards, established in 2012 recognises organisations and people who contribute to the provision of people with disabilities in sport and physical activity throughout Ireland.
FEXCO Founder and Kerry Entrepreneur, Brian McCarthy, was honoured last night (Thursday 25th February) at Ballygarry House Hotel & Spa, Tralee with the inaugural Cantillon Entrepreneur Award in association with EY.
Public Expenditure & Reform Minister, Brendan Howlin and Agriculture Minister Simon Coveney were in Cork last week to highlight the benefits of the Government’s capital investment programme, Building on Recovery...
Institute of Technology Tralee student, Jennifer Kisssane secured an exclusive interview with Dr Christopher Doona recently. Dr Doona is the lead inventor of a potent disinfectant which kills the Ebola virus on surfaces.
The Creative Media Department of the Institute of Technology, Tralee in conjunction with Dairymaster to promote the Live Life Donal Walsh Foundation has launched its 2015 Live Life National Film Competition.
Fifty-three Teaching Heroes from twenty seven higher education institutions throughout Ireland, including two lecturers from the IT, Tralee Mary Brosnan from the Nursing Department and John Brosnan from the Computing Department
A new Kerry Food Producer Book called 'The Kerry Food Story' was launched on Thurs 24th July at IT, Tralee Co. Kerry by TJ O'Connor, Head of Section, HCT Department and Tomás Hayes, Head of Local Enterprise...
The School of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) at the Institute of Technology, Tralee, in partnership with companies in the region, have developed a scholarship programme for CAO applicants
The TRADEIT Entrepreneurial Summer Academy, recently hosted by IT, Tralee was a 3 day intensive entrepreneurial and innovative training programme to Post Graduate Food Researchers and Research Centre Managers.....
Thousands are expected to attend two free information roadshows this week, in Dublin and Cork, where information on where job opportunities are in Ireland as well as courses to upskill will be available.
This MA programme fosters and supports the development of highly-skilled media communicators who have the abilities and the skills required to generate and distribute compelling media content for the digital age.
The Exhibition “Aspect” was officially launched at 6.30pm to an audience of over 250 but continued to run through to the 20th May for creative media practitioners, industry representatives and guests to visit.
The Computing Department in collaboration with a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional, Javier Caceres, will partake in and support a global intitiative targeted at providing training to community members.
Project partners from six European countries Germany (coordinator), Austria, Italy, Ireland (ITT), Spain and Poland meet at IT, Tralee recently to collaborate on an EU project entitled TeamCoaching....
The Fulbright Programme provides funding for research, study and teaching to students, scholars and professionals. It's sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, and application to the programme involves
Our BA in TV, Radio and New Media Broadcasting, BA in Music Technology and BA in Interactive Multimedia Programme from the Creative Media Department is being well-represented tonight at the Smedias 2014!!
Dingle International Film Festival, in partnership with JAM Media and with the assistance of the Creative Media Department of IT, Tralee is hosting an animation competition for Transitional Year Students in Kerry for 2014.
A PhD student at IT, Tralee who was recently awarded a Doctoral Degree at the Conferring of Awards at the Brandon hotel, was the first student to fully complete a research study at this level through..
The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) were honoured yesterday, Monday 17th February at a Mayoral Reception hosted by Kerry County Council, followed by a reception and dinner at the IT, Tralee