Daily Archives: 21 August, 2012

Ranking subjects by difficulty
Cork Students face uncertainty over grants ahead of first round of college offers
Republican spending plan casts shadow on science
Boycott Colorado Over University Gun Policy
Google lashes out at German copyright ‘threat’
Universities in ‘panic’ over student recruitment, claims marketing consultant
Reform of Selection and Entry to University in the Context of National Educational Policy
Student Rent Book offers invaluable advice – Nolan
Rupee Tuesday
The closing of American academia
Family of Nicola Furlong, Irish student murdered in Japan, speak of the heartbreak
Universities urge simplification of Leaving Certificate grading system
Humanism in the humanities: what it means to be an academic mentor
Free tuition fees in Scotland has avoided ‘betrayal’ of students says Mike Russell
Trinity scheme to offer college places to students below CAO minimum
Poll: Should more than just points be considered for entry to college courses?
Students warned about bank penalties
Call for college entry system to be reformed
Iranian universities shut female students out of dozens of fields
Academic world intersects real world