Monthly Archives: December 2015

Paying for third-level education
You’re wrong, Minister – history is strong at UL
Junior-cycle reform still hangs in balance
Irish third-level colleges generate €4 for each €1 spent
Colleges are owed €17m from struggling students
Public sector in ongoing search for staff
Higher education’s contribution to Irish economy tops €10 billion a year
Hinfelaar reflects on ‘tough’ decision to leave LIT
A third-level loan scheme?
Pre-tax profits rise at Griffith College group
REF: static ranking raises questions about management policies
Angelica Risquez, ‘Anti-plagiarism software in an Irish University: three years later’
Minister for Education expects Dundalk IT to balance books within three years
Proposed Loan Scheme Will Have Negative Impact On Students From Rural Backgrounds
Can’t Disrupt This: Elsevier and the $25.2bn a Year Academic Publishing Business
Universities in pop culture: from Brideshead to Legally Blonde – quiz
Ireland’s college-leavers below EU average for finding a job
Does ‘student power’ still exist?
PD archive at UCD cannot be accessed by researchers
Branch campus academics ‘lack autonomy’, study finds