Monthly Archives: July 2016

Colleges forced to appeal for rooms to house students
Student debts wipe out most graduate pay premiums – report
An Bord Pleanála turns down €52m Trinity development
New TUI President: Pay parity for new teachers is key priority
New ‘business-friendly’ board at HEA
Wanted: more qualified PhD students for life sciences
How to draw more women into Stem
Workers’ concerns over peep holes in GMIT students’ toilets
Teacher talks explore restoration of allowances
Training to Begin in Early September for Students Selected as Consent Workshop Instructors
Academia too reliant on ‘accidental leadership development’
New Higher Education Authority board given added business focus
Minister Bruton Announces Appointments to the Higher Education Authority
In latest stall tactic, NUIG gains approval for pre-trial hearing
New Reports Highlight Gender Inequality in Trinity Academia
Judge orders preliminary hearing in NUIG discrimination case
Student fees could rocket to over £6,000 in Northern Ireland if government funding not provided, warns Queen’s
Universities getting better on consumer law issues, but work still to be done, says CMA
With New Joint Campaign, TCDSU and UCDSU Call on Homeowners to Rent Rooms to Students
Student fees: Universities could charge £6,300 a year, Queen’s says