Monthly Archives: November 2015

10 things to consider for a more accessible curriculum
No opportunities for non-EU students: I fell in love with Ireland but will soon have to leave
20,000 students are still waiting for their grant applications to be processed
Ireland needs top universities if it wants tech investment
Students Pay Different Fees, But Deserve the Same Treatment
Damage controller or perfection seeker? It may all come down to training
Court rules that Trinity pension cannot be cut
New Eurydice Report on National Student fee and Support System across Europe
Student loans: ‘Grant-aided students will be forced into debt’
Could a student loan scheme save the third-level sector?
Student loan scheme – how it would work
Revenue may collect student loans under proposed scheme
Student loan scheme may hinder rather than help
Dundalk IT lecturers stage lunchtime protest over cutbacks
Trinity’s Track Record of Women in Higher Academic Positions is Worryingly Poor
Institute of Technology lecturers protest over severe damage caused by cutbacks
IT executive urges girls to study science and technology
GMIT lecturers say ‘draconian’ funding cuts are damaging third level sector
Irish research projects secure €180m in EU funding
ITs are underfunded so education standards are already suffering