The Technological Higher Education Association is the voice of the technological higher education sector, advocating on behalf of and supporting our members in achieving their aims and objectives. The technological higher education sector in Ireland comprises 14 Institutes of Technology geographically dispersed across Ireland. The sector offers a unique system of higher education, which allows students to progress from level 6 to level 10 of the National Framework of Qualifications. The Technological Higher Education Association is their representative body.Read More
Total number of enrolments in Institutes of Technology
Staff engaged in Institutes of Technology in 2016
Institutes of Technology across Ireland
THEA publishes first Gender & Diversity Statement for higher education institutionsRead More
As government prepares for the autumn financial statement, its decision-making process is a clear yet difficult one: where to allocate scarce resources amongst competing demands.Read More
The Technological Higher Education Association (THEA) has written to the Minister for Finance, Paschal Donhoe TD, on behalf of the 14 Institutes of TechnologyRead More
The TU4Dublin consortium comprises Dublin Institute of Technology, Institute of Technology Blanchardstown and Institute of Technology Tallaght.Read More
THEA publishes first Gender & Diversity Statement for higher education institutions
Dr Joseph Ryan congratulates leaving cert students
The Technological Higher Education Association (THEA) has written to the Minister for Finance, Paschal Donhoe TD, on behalf of the 14 Institutes of Technology
How does the new Bill affect the technological HE sector - by Dr Jim Murray
Statement from Dr Joseph Ryan, CEO, Technological Higher Education Association
On Tuesday 17th July, An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD, announced Ireland’s first Technological University at DIT’s new campus at Grangegorman
Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) to be established early next year
Dr Liam Brown, Limerick Institute of Technology’s Vice President Research, calls for national policy to continue to support and fund the delivery of focused RDI which addresses regional needs with national and international development perspectives.
Read his ‘thought piece’ in the KTI Review and Annual Knowledge Transfer Survey 2017Press Releases
Wondering why you should choose to study at an Institute of Technology?
Here are some of the reasons why students chose IADT Dun Laoghaire: small classes, a clear sense of community, they were trained to interact with businesses and to work to industry standards, and felt fully prepared for a career in business upon graduating.
Choose the technological higher education sector!