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Academic Integrity Policy, Procedures and Templates
Academic Regulations for Postgraduate Students Registered for DCU Awards
- Policy on the Design and Approval of Programmes
- Guidelines for the Design of Part-Time Programmes
Assessment ‘…shapes the experience of students and influences their behaviour more than the teaching they receive’ (Bloxham & Boyd, 2007, p. 3).
It has the potential to significantly enhance learning.
Dundalk Institute of Technology and all staff/student unions fully subscribe to this Policy and are committed to creating an environment within the Institute that is free of bullying and harassment and which promotes personal integrity and dignity.
This policy sets out guidelines to promote best practice in child protection within DkIT. It applies to both staff and students within the Institute.
Policy on Collaborative Provision, Transnational Provision and Joint Awards
Continuous Assessment Policy & Procedures
Document updated with revised CA Coversheet, March 2014, following agreement at AMPC meeting No 19, 19.11.12
Dundalk IT is committed to equality of opportunity in education. This policy is predicated on the Equal Status Act 2000 and the Institute's Mission Statement 2000.
The Institute's Policy on Exit Awards together with an Exit Award Student Request Form can be downloaded here.
If you are applying for an exit award please adhere to the following deadlines:
January Examination Session - 1st December
External examiners act as independent and impartial advisors providing the Institute with informed comment on the assessment process itself and on student achievement against approved learning outcomes.
Garda / Police Vetting is a pre-requisite for attending placement on certain programmes of study at DkIT. In these cases the students must adhere fully to the Garda Vetting process. Approval from DkIT to attend placement is subject to outcome of the Garda Vetting process.
Dundalk Institute of Technology has published a set of IT Policy documents to provide advice and direction to its user base in the use of, and the management and delivery of IT systems and services.
President's Prizes for Conferring