Examination Timetables

The Winter Semester 2015 Examination Session will run from the 6th of January to the 19th of January 2015 (CA's, class exams and some practical exams may take place outside these dates).

The Spring Semester 2015 Examination Session will run from the 11th May to the 22nd May 2015 (CA's, class exams and some practical exams may take place outside these dates).

NOTE: For the January and May Examination sessions, exams will start at 9.15am, 12.15pm and 3.15pm.  For the Autumn Examination Session, exams will start at 9.15am and 2.15pm.

NOTE:  All timetables have now been published on the DkIT website.

Any student who failed or deferred one or more subjects (including CA, Practical, Project, Placement or Examination), in either the Winter or Spring Semesters, or the Autumn Examination Session, during the 2013/2014 Academic Year, have been contacted regarding registering to externally repeat these subjects. If you have not heard from this office by now, please contact us immediately. 

If you wish to be registered as an external candidate on a subject from a previous Academic year, please contact the Examinations Office immediately (exams@dkit.ie).

The closing date for on-line registration has closed.  If you still haven't registered for repeat/deferred subjects, you can still register for failed or deferred subjects by contacting the examinations office,  requesting a repeat authorisation form to be forwarded to you.   As the deadline for on-line registration has passed, you will be subject to a late repeat fee of €100 (irrespective of the semester the subject is from).   Please note the on-line payment system will open so payments can be made on-line from the 22nd November and will close on the 8th December.  If you don’t make payment by the 8th December, 2014, you will need to contact the Examinations Office.

NOTE: If you have a deferral, you will not be required to pay the fee, but you are still required to register for the outstanding subject(s).

If you have failed or deferred a CA/Project/Practical/Placement subject (ie not a Final Examination subject), you must contact your Department Office for details on how to take this subject.

All students are required to familiarise themselves with the Examination Regulations well in advance of the exams. These regulations are available on this website as well as in your student handbook.