Monthly Archives: February 2018

This is how Irish colleges have fared in the latest world university subject rankings
Snow means no classes #sneachta
World university rankings show nursing is Ireland’s strongest subject
University strikes: Students set to receive ‘direct compensation’ over lectures missed due to action, minister says
Statement from the Department of Education and Skills
Third Level Funding – Cassells Report
Public Sector Pensions
Maynooth in the Snow
Student Campaign Pressures College Over Supplemental Fees
We must drop the ‘arts’ vs ‘science’ narrative
Deeks: Project Ireland 2040’s Capital Funding Projections may be ‘Inadequate’
University dispute: More talks but strikes continue
Sherkin arts course saved after grant aid is doubled
Higher Education’s Long March to Funding is Far From Over
It’s time to stand up to the academic publishing industry
Call for dramatic cut in 40% public-private sector pay gap
Where would you find the higher education elite?
Are the rankings biased?
‘Disgraced garda’ with gambling addiction set up unsanctioned advice clinic in university, court hears
Open letter to Ulster University VC, Paddy Nixon