Monthly Archives: August 2013

Developers sought for €200 million DIT campus at Grangegorman
Cheating scandal forces aspiring lawyers to re-sit final exams
Academy Fight Song
Allegation of breach of examination rules – right to fair procedures
PhD: so what does it really stand for?
Education cuts could be up to €100m
Education so precious it should be spared Budget axe
‘Here the opportunities are endless. If I went home I’d be on the dole again’
Must try harder: minister needs to plan properly
Class sizes to soar as Quinn aims for €100m in cutbacks
Move from current religious instruction in Catholic schools may begin by 2014
Why is Sydney University on strike? Because students are not our ‘clients’
Higher education: Universities challenged
Animal House college becomes temperance leader
World’s first collaborative cancer research centre to open in Ireland
The benefits of going to a private college? List them again …
Dutch multinational to open research centre in Dublin
Language learning: the shaky future of study (and work) abroad
The lamentable lack of female professors: Promotion and self-promotion
Are business schools graduating the wrong leaders? If so, the GMAT may be to blame