About IT Sligo

IT Sligo is ranked in the top five best performing universities in Ireland by U-Multirank, ( the largest global university ranking). The institute is an internationally recognised third-level college that offers more than 240 programmes across three faculties; Business and Social Sciences, Engineering and Design, and Science.

Academically, IT Sligo students have access to the best facilities and the lecturers that teach them come from industry, sharing the most relevant and up-to-date skills. Using applied learning and project-based education, we work hard for students to develop the skills to think critically, analyse complex issues, to make clear decisions, to communicate effectively and to work well with others.  Students achieve these goals with the help and guidance of our lecturers and support staff on our stunning campus, boasting some of the newest facilities of any third-level institute in Ireland.

On 1 April 2022, after a decade of planning, IT Sligo will merge with GMIT and LYIT  to become Ireland’s newest university: the Atlantic Technological University. It will have nine diverse campuses stretching from Donegal to Galway and will be one of the country’s largest higher education institutions, with up to 25000 learners, including a substantial proportion who study wholly online. The ATU will provide a powerful engine for economic, cultural and social development across the West/Northwest region, nationally and internationally.

Survey Dates

Survey Live: 7 February - 27 February 2022

Each participating institution selects a specific three-week period during February and March to open the survey for their students. This allows the national survey to take account of local events and other demands on students’ time in order to increase the benefit of the survey at local level – “national survey, local impact“.

Meet the Survey Team

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Stephanie Aldridge

Student Success Officer

Stephanie Aldridge is the Student Success Officer for IT Sligo and is available to answer any questions you may have in relation to the survey.

Contact Email: Aldridge.Stephanie@itsligo.ie


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Dáire Martin

SU President

Dáire Martin is the SU President for IT Sligo and is available to answer any questions you may have in relation to the survey.

Contact Email: president@itssu.ie


of students in 2019 confirmed that if they were to start all over again they would go to the same institution

Highly rated

Quality of interaction with Academic Staff and Quality of Interaction with Support Services Staff

Highly rated

Knowledge and skills that will contribute to your employability


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Most impactful use of the survey data for IT Sligo

Prior to the launch of 2019 Survey IT Sligo ran a “You Said We Did Campaign” as a means to provide feedback to the students and re-iterate that their voice is listened to and the importance of contributing to the survey.

·        Extended Library Opening Hours

·        Increase in Social Spaces for Groupwork

·        Increase in Maths Support Tutors and availability

·        Increase in work placements on courses

·        Increase in Support to Online Students

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