Monthly Archives: March 2017

Regional Action Plan for Education Forum
Suspended UL employees raised concerns about expenses
UL makes sabbatical payment settlement of €186,000
DIT creates new programme ‘Access to Apprenticeships’
It’s not just you: science papers are getting harder to read
Future of Mayo GMIT Campus to dominate minister’s Castlebar visit
Overpaid and overbearing: survey flays UK university management
Phase II of Dublin’s New Mill Student Accommodation a go
HEA spends €75k probing University of Limerick’s handling of whistleblowers
Colleges running ‘significant deficits’
University of Limerick goes before the Public Accounts Committee
Brexit is a big opportunity for Irish universities, says education firm
Sale of ‘spinout’ company raises concerns over confict of interest
Third Level Staff: Retirement
Maynooth and Cobh added to 4% rent cap list
US-linked top university fears new rules will force it out of Hungary
Institutes of Technology Funding
University tuition fees in England now the highest in the world, new analysis suggests
Does higher education have a retention problem?
In Praise of ‘B’ Journals