The Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown (ITB),(Irish: Institiúid Teicneolaíochta Baile Bhlainséir) established in 1999, is (as of 2010), the last-founded Institute of Technology in Ireland. It is located within the Business & Technology Park on Blanchardstown Road North, about 15 km from Dublin City and close to the N3 (Navan Road).
We support all learners across a wide spectrum of educational attainment. ITB offers programmes to graduates wanting to upgrade their skill sets as well as those looking for a second chance at third level education, to mature full-time students as well as part-time learners and school leavers who are embarking on the start of their careers.
ITB recognizes that one of its core activities is Research and has established itself as a significant member of the research community within the third level education sector in Ireland since it opened in 1999. The LINC Centre (Learning and Innovation Centre) at ITB is the centre which supports the research activities taking place in the Institute supporting technology transfer activities, applied research links with industry and links to the funding agencies for the research activities in the Institute.
The Student Services office provides a range of financial, academic and personal support for students attending ITB.
The Student Services Office staff are available to meet with any student who has individual difficulties. The Service aims to provide both advice and practical supports in a wide variety of circumstances.
Student Service is totally confidential and is free to all registered students.
The library has a series of tutorials regarding plagiarism. At the end of the tutorial, you should know:
Our computer laboratories are kitted out with high-specification PC's which are linked into our Local Area Network and directly to the Internet through dedicated leased lines. Our lecturers can also avail of Smart Board projection facilities.
The medical services in the college are provided by Primacare Health Professionals
ITB is located in Blanchardstown, a growing suburb of Dublin. It directly serves the greater Blanchardstown area and the north and west of Dublin city and county. Like other Institutes of Technology, it also draws students from neighbouring counties, such as Meath, Kildare, Cavan and Louth as well as from further afield.
The first ITB sporting club was founded in ITB in October 1999. Since then, ITB has tried to facilitate all sporting preferences. ITB Sport believes that college life should be a life defining experience in which you try new things, take up new hobbies and meet new people. Taking part in sport is a great way to achieve this.
With the excellent sports facilities available at ITB, the level of student participation and club membership has increased each year. We look forward to a successful year for all our clubs, many of which will be competing at intervarsity level.
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Loved my course and how engaging my lecturers were
I enjoyed studying at Institute of Technology Blanchardstown. What I liked the most is that lecturers were quite supportive at times and understanding. What could be improved? Food was expensive at the college. Also apart from student support systems (not from lecturers) and social systems, there is not much to be improved. I had just felt the course wasn't for me.