Cork Institute of Technology is located in Cork, the second largest city in the Republic of Ireland.
The college has 4 different campuses located across the city, CIT Bishopstown Campus which caters for courses in Business, Humanities, Engineering and Science, CIT Crawford College of Art and Design on Sharman Crawford Street, CIT Cork School of Music on Union Quay and the National Maritime College of Ireland in Ringaskiddy. CIT also operates the Blackrock Castle Observatory.
CIT is a three time winner of Irish Institute of Technology of the Year, most recently in 2016 and is the largest Institute of Technology outside of Dublin. It is also the only Institute of Technology which is eligible for students to receive Federal Aid grants to attend.
CIT's student run International Students Society is also a three time winner of National Society of the Year, meaning that International Students get the very best in terms of academic and social experiences during their time here.