Daily Archives: 04 October, 2012

Junior Cert change driven by budgetary rather than educational rationale
Trinity students vote to stay in USI
Universities behaving badly? Send in the clowns!
Junior Cert reform welcome, but is Quinn making it up as he goes along?
Teachers warn on Quinn plan to abolish Junior Cert exams
Ireland needs a degree course in sales, investor says
Business hails ‘important’ Junior Cert overhaul
Waterford Institute of Technology and a University for the South East
Thirty new jobs for Cork
More funding for HE, priority for students in austerity budget
Hacker Group Breaches Thousands of University Records to Protest Higher Education
Irish universities need reform, not money
Formal Junior Cert exams could be abolished under new system
Law students: ‘and what else do I get with my masters?’
Does Open Access Tackle, Perpetuate, or Exacerbate the Matthew Effect?
Beware British binge drinking, Cambridge video tells foreign students
Irish universities fail to make Top 100 list
Global University Rankings: the New Olympic Sport?
College of Surgeons’ inertia hurts itself and Bahrainis
Concern as university rankings continue to decline