Daily Archives: 11 October, 2016

For Higher Education, Budget 2017 Displays a Short-Term Focus
Budget 2017: Extra funds for higher education after decade of cuts
Government pressed on future of free tuition for EU students
New Minister Fails to Deliver for Education
Budget third-level allocation ‘a wet sponge to a man dying of thirst’
Increased third level investment a step in the right direction – Byrne
Budget 2017 does little to reverse effects of several years of austerity cuts
€36.5 million Increase in Funding For Higher Education in Budget 2017
Over 2,500 new teaching jobs are to be created
Student Issues Discussed just Four Times by University Management Team in 2016
UCD Spending on Legal Disputes with Staff Increased by More than 300% Last Year
EU student funding in UK to remain same in 2017 despite Brexit vote
How University of Limerick expenses claims sparked row
Ireland, Europe and scientific research
Too many academics are now censoring themselves
Students in need of help with rent and transport from hardship funds
Fear and loathing on campus: bullying at Irish universities
Plans for NUI Galway-backed presidential library delayed
Sexual consent: ‘They grab your arse or boobs and think it’s ok’
UL rejects calls for independent inquiry into misconduct allegations