Monthly Archives: August 2015

Benefits of R&D projects that link third-level with industry
Do you really need a degree to enroll on a postgraduate course?
Funding science and engineering
Teachers to be balloted on Junior Cert reforms
Update on changes in ranking methodology
Authority defends decision not to investigate CIT allegations
IT merger sees sixth facilitator in 2 years
Asylum seekers to receive student grants for first time
George Boole: generous genius
UCC president calls for peer review for Government
China crisis: what does it mean for student recruitment?
TUI recommends members accept latest Junior Cert proposals
Students in Protection System to Gain Access to Student Supports from September 2015
My laboratory would fall apart if Britain left the EU
Plan for new technology university back on track
Third of students use legal drugs to ‘get high’
50 jobs at new national institute in UCC
Waterford IT agrees to reopen talks on IT Carlow merger
Waterford and Carlow ITs set to reopen merger talks
CAO, Colleges and the Points Race