Monthly Archives: October 2015

College fees ‘inevitable solution to third-level funding crisis’
‘Study now, pay later’ loans recommended
Minister Dara Murphy finishes UCC arts degree
‘Now people can see how bad student parties get’
It’s all Greek to Enda as Trinity speech fails to wow academics
Grant application rejected over choice of font
Call for contributors: Theory and method in higher education research
Hard call on fees likely to be deferred – Report on funding third level
Higher education fees: ‘Study now pay later model not the answer’
Students should feel the full force of the law, too
Plan for watchdog with power to fix student fees
Tenure is disappearing. But it’s what made American universities the best in the world
NUIG ‘flouting HEA approach on gender equality’, says IFUT
Research Policy Internship Post available with the Higher Education Authority
AIT develops joint degree with leading Chinese university
Poll: Is ‘study now, pay later’ a good idea for third level fees?
Revoked, Rescinded, Withdrawn: Bye Bye Honorary Degrees
Incoming government will have to grasp nettle quickly
Government loans for students make sense
UCC group plans range of initiatives to welcome refugees