Daily Archives: 12 July, 2016

Rising rents push cost of college to €11,000 a year for some
Ministerial inaction hampering progress in education sector – Byrne
Tuffy welcomes support for part time learners proposed in Cassells Report
Failure to deliver an education for refugees is no accident
Effects of Brexit for UK students in UCD will be ‘minimised’ says President Deeks
Student accommodation firm Ziggurat snaps up Dublin sites
Fianna Fáil needs to rule out supporting the introduction of student loans
FF calls on Bruton to clarify his view on third level loans
Funding higher education: asking the wrong question
By the way, this side of the Irish sea, that higher education report …
Brexit Vote Sees Universities Warn Of ‘Dangerous’ Problems For Academics Working With EU Partners
Richard Bruton: It’s easy to find fault with proposals – but those doing so should tell us how they would fund higher education
Fianna Fáil open to ‘study now, pay later’ proposal
Maritime College hits out at delays by Department of Transport
Students’ Union Presidents Reaffirm Commitment to Publicly Funded Higher Education
Peter Cassells: We owe it to our young population not to squabble over options
Irish higher education: the funding dilemma
‘Loans would help parents, and put onus on students’
Repayments could make life much tougher for many graduates as they begin their careers
College of Surgeons aims to tap European bank for €50m redevelopment loan