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Cork Institute of Technology

Cork Institute of Technology

At Cork Institute of Technology we have one of Ireland's major higher education institutions, with total enrolments (full-time and part-time) of almost 13,000 students. Our courses span five main fields: Science, Business, Engineering, Art and Music. The qualifications awarded vary from Post-graduate Doctorates, to Degrees and Higher Certificates, as well as thriving and internationally recognised trade craft courses. In addition, CIT has a varied part-time and evening programme - one of the largest in Ireland. Research and Development and services to industry are a significant part of CIT's work.

The Institute is one of the largest and longest established technological education centres in Ireland, inheriting a long and valued tradition of education dating back to the early 19th Century. There are three campuses - at Bishopstown, at the Crawford College of Art & Design, and at the Cork School of Music. An ambitious development plan is under way, transforming these campuses with investments of Euro 50 million.

To view all CIT positions please visit our website.

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Cork Institute of Technology reviews
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Just a great place to work

Anonymous in Cork, Ireland
current employee in Sep 2018
NEW
14/09/2018

The Best Bits

Great people, challenging but stress free atmosphere here.

Things to improve

Since I feel myself well here, I don't rally know.

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Opportunities to progress if motivated 

Employee in Administration in Bishopstown, Cork, Ireland
current employee in Aug 2018
30/08/2018

The Best Bits

There are good opportunities to develop skills that will assist in career progression 

Things to improve

Increased collaboration amongst departments would make it easier to see a career pathway across the organisation 

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Stifling; under-qualified gravy train employees typical of public service

Employee in Engineering in Cork City, County Cork, Ireland
former employee in 2011
30/07/2018

The Best Bits

Youthful, fun atmosphere among students. Can't say the same about staff unfortunately

Things to improve

Proper recognition for achievement. There exists a culture of nepotism when it comes to appointments and career advancement

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lecture preparation and facilitation.

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