Monthly Archives: July 2015

NUI Galway resolute after missing out on gender equality award
There’s one day until the college grant applications deadline – and the website is on the blink
Lifestyle benefits of university key factor in boosting applications
SIPTU members not surprised at failure of NUI Galway to receive equality award
Athena Swan snub a blow for NUIG Equality charade
NUI Galway fails to secure gender equality accreditation
Tax breaks won’t solve student housing crisis, says Minister
UCD and Newman House
Apprenticeships overhaul offers ‘viable alternative’ to 3rd level
Gender equality award for UL and Trinity
Tuition fees: UK universities set to charge £10,000 by end of the decade, says major report
Two-thirds of third-level students to apply for grants
A Single User Account
TUI response to publication of Kelly report
WIT President says there are other options, other than merger with IT Carlow
Union members vote to back Lansdowne Road pay deal
Trinity archives reveal reality of 1916
The future of Newman House
Kelly Report an opportunity to kick-start process – Cullinane
Ireland achieves €127 million in EU Research funding