College proposes replacing EU student places with non-EU places to increase revenue

Ireland“Trinity’s Chief Financial Officer Ian Matthews has proposed the replacement of EU student places with non-EU places as part a range of income raising initiatives. Other proposals include placing a capital levy on EU undergraduate students subject to government approval, and the sale of a College building …” (more)

[Ciaran Sunderland and Niamh Lynch, Trinity News, 21 March]

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