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Surveying & Construction Management
DIT School of Surveying & Construction Management  


A week long event running in April. 


Bolton Street Campus

County Dublin City Centre 
Offer Preferences  One week continuous

School Programme 

Company/Organisation Profile 

Our School has been around a long time. We have taught some of the best-known and most reputable surveying and construction professionals in Ireland and even many abroad. Graduates of our School are employed throughout the country in a wide range of property, spatial information sciences and construction related services from traditional construction companies to professional real estate and surveying consultancies, investment advisors, local authorities and the civil service to small local companies, and many are self-employed. Outside the construction, spatial and property industries many graduates have been employed in a wide variety of other fields from banking, law and finance to other areas such as the sustainability, environment and planning.

We are the longest-established and best educators of property, construction and spatial information professionals in Ireland. We will educate you to the standards required by the world's leading professional bodies and equip you with qualifications that are recognised as among the best world-wide, thus enabling you to work in Ireland and abroad.


Placement Details 

After the success of last year’s inaugural event, the School of Surveying & Construction Management in DIT is hosting its (second ever) Surveying Week for Second level (Transition Year) students.

The aim of the week is to afford second level students with the opportunity to join the staff and students in the DIT Bolton Street campus for a week long taster of a variety of courses on offer in DIT in Property, Construction Management and Geomatics.

A full week of activities is planned for participants including site visits, fieldwork, measurement surveys, lab and tutorial work, together with 'formal' lectures.

Participants will be afforded the opportunity to Use state of the art survey instrumentation, undertake site visits, experience lab work, project based learning and practical tutorials.

Learn from our current students what positive career opportunities lie ahead upon graduation, and about the current research and further study options that many are pursuing.

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