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WIT offers a broad range of academic programmes from levels 6 to 10 on the national framework of qualifications across Business, Education, Engineering, Health Sciences, Humanities, Science and Computing.

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WIT offers a broad range of academic programmes from levels 6 to 10 on the national framework of qualifications across Business, Education, Engineering, Health Sciences, Humanities, Science and Computing.

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International

The Office for International Relations co-ordinates the admission, administration and support for international students throughout the course of their studies at WIT.

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Research

WIT is recognised as the leading research performer in the institute of technology sector with research activities that are internationally benchmarked, strategic, and economically relevant. Find out about the amazing multi disciplinary research under way

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From virtual events to conferences, talks, public lectures and happenings in on-campus venues Waterford Institute of Technology is a hub of activity. Stay up to date with our calendar of upcoming events.

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Need to talk?

The Chaplain is available to speak with students in a confidential and safe environment and treats students with respect and dignity in all situations within and beyond the Institute. The Chaplain's Office is in room D26 and students are free to call to the Chaplain's office at any time and the Chaplain is available to students of all denominations and none.

Illness and Bereavement

With the expansion of the Institute it is possible that some things might go unnoticed. Should you be aware of a student illness, accident or bereavement, we would be grateful if you would let us know immediately.

Student Volunteers

Pastoral Care works closely with other agencies on numerous issues particularly awareness raising and connecting to a wider world. We invite students to assist with fund raising and community projects etc.

Book Aid International

Here in WIT we have an initiative to promote education within the developing world. If you have any second hand books under 10 years old and in good condition, please drop them off at the Circulation Desk in the Library.

Overseas Volunteer Work

The Chaplain's office has some information on volunteer work overseas which students may wish to access.

Fundraisers are held throughout the year for countries and projects in the developing world. The World Development Centre will visit the college, set up a stand and provide information concerning development and justice in developing countries.

SAFE fund

Some students find themselves in financial difficulty at times during the academic year. The SAFE fund committee administers a small fund which takes the form of interest free loans for students in financial crisis. The fund is geared to make a quick and supportive response and is primarily designed for unanticipated emergencies only. All enquiries to the Chaplain's office.

Students who find themselves in more severe financial difficulty for whatever reason should contact the Student Life and Learning office who operate a Student Assistance Fund.

Institute Liturgies

Mass is celebrated every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in the ‘Quiet Room’ at 8.55 a.m. and on request for special occasions. While the Chaplain is available to students of all denominations and none, he will be pleased to contact other religious ministers for students at their request.

Prayer Groups

Pastoral Care supports groups who wish to meet regularly for prayer and reflection. Among those currently meeting are the Christian Union Group and the Meditation Group.

Student Safety and Wellbeing

The Chaplain works with a wide variety of committees and working groups highlighting student safety, health and wellbeing and crime prevention. Should any student have concerns or opinions on these matters please let the Chaplain know.

Roman Catholic Service

  • The nearest catholic church to the main campus is St. Paul's parish church next to the Waterford shopping centre in Lisduggan. Mass time are SATURDAY at 6.00 pm and SUNDAYS at 8:30 am, 11.30 am.

  • WIT Quiet Room. C 41 Mass on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday at 8.55am

  • St. Saviour's, Ballybeg: SATURDAYS at 7.30 pm, SUNDAYS:  9:00am,11.00am 5:30pm

  • Sacred Heart, The Folly: SATURDAYS 7.00 pm SUNDAYS:    10:00am, 11:15am, 12:30pm

  • Cathedral, Barronstrand Street: SATURDAYS  6.15 pm SUNDAYS: 8 am, 12noon, 5.30 pm

http://www.waterford-cathedral.com

Church of Ireland

Contact Dean Maria Jansson, The Deanery, 41 Grange Park, Waterford. 051-874119

Sunday Services: 8.30 am, 10.00 am

http://www.christchurchwaterford.com

United Methodist/Presbyterian Church

Contact Rev. John Parkin, Carinlea, 13 Maypark Lane, Waterford. Tel: 051-854789

Church: St. Patrick’s United Church, Patrick Street, Waterford.

Religious Society of Friends

Contact Ms Sheila Sexton, 8 Bromley Avenue, Ardkeen Village, Waterford. Tel: 051-871848

Friends Meeting House: Newtown, Waterford

The Russian Orthodox Church

Priest: Fr. George Zavershinsky

Church: St. Patrick’s Church, Patrick Street, Waterford

Contact: Ms Leona Konon    Tel 087-9802274


Quite room pictureThe institute ‘Quiet Room’ is located on the C corridor in room C 41. It is a special place providing space to relax and reflect, to be still and heal the spirit. All staff and students are welcome in the ‘Quiet Room’.The Eucharist is celebrated daily (Mon. - Fri.) in the Sanctuary at 8:55am during term-time.

Among the reference books available for reading are reflections on bereavement and loss, eastern wisdom, world religions and faith development.