Department of Department of Electronics & Informatics

Department of Department of Electronics & Informatics

You know that Ireland is at the centre of IT development worldwide. You know that there are currently thousands of vacancies at hundreds of Irish IT companies, with staff being recruited from overseas. You know that you are excited by the opportunities offered in this growth industry, from game and app development, cloud storage, to computing
for business and network engineering.

At the Department of Electronics & Informatics we have a huge variety and combination of courses. Some of our degree programmes are accredited by Engineers Ireland and others incorporate qualifications from CISCO systems. Our dedicated and motivated staff work from our new purpose-built Engineering and Informatics building, providing an excellent environment in which to reach your full potential. Our links to local employers mean that our placements offer you real and valuable experience, and a deep understanding of the needs of the hundreds of employers who are waiting for a graduate with your skills and abilities. What’s more, we are the only IoT accredited to award our own PhD in Software Engineering.


Contact Department of Department of Electronics & Informatics

Head of Department
Marcus Rahilly

Email: mrahilly@ait.ie

Telephone: (090) 6468155

Room number: X304

Building: Engineering

Departmental Secretary
Caroline Downes

Email: cdownes@ait.ie

Telephone: (090) 6468186

Building: Engineering

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