Daily Archives: 13 August, 2013

USI warns of hardship if college charges increase any further
Impact of Losing Ireland’s Only Audiology Course
Serious exam question mistakes have shaken students’ confidence in the process
Is Pisa fundamentally flawed?
Audiology Students Fight Back After Course Cancellation
Government must do more to reduce costs of going to college – Crowe
Fianna Fáil: Government should resist increasing college fees
HEA Plans
Higher Education Performance Targets nothing to be afraid of
£1m project to provide University of Ulster with Europe’s fast trans-Atlantic research lab connection
Overriding mission of our universities is to educate, not to carry out R&D for business
Maths grades and bonus points to grab considerable attention
Food and travel expenses push up third-level costs
Dropping compulsory history is ‘a devastatingly bad’ idea
Crude university comparison is flawed
Third-level costs – Pressure on families must ease
Bill paying delays to fund students
The Crime and Politics of Plagiarism
Survey reveals more students need parental dig out to stay in college
University panels ideal model for Seanad