Monthly Archives: April 2018

Ministers turn sod on €220m building project in DIT Grangegorman
DIT Launches ‘Historic’ Expansion
Three Dublin ITs submit application to become Ireland’s first technological university
Third-level college with 1,000 students proposed for Kilkenny
Number of students cheating at UK universities rise by 30%
Trinity’s Direct Democracy Experiment Should be Treated with Scepticism
Bogus university ‘degree mill’ targeting foreign students
University to force students to sign contract promising not to take drugs
Three years on campus ‘should not be norm’ in England, says minister
Trinity College launch initiative targeting NI students
Union calls on UCD to drop appeal on ageism ruling
Trinity College Dublin to become disposable plastic free zone
IFUT calls on UCD President to desist from appealing age discrimination ruling
Civil servants want equal pay scales, says union ahead of talks
Launching IUA report, Minister Mitchell O’Connor calls for a joined-up approach across higher education and government to overcome barriers to international mobility that exist for students
Student loans ‘off the table’ for lifetime of current Government
UCD to appeal WRC ruling over age discrimination
Students’ bid for UK strike compensation ‘passes legal milestone’
UCC insurer considers appeal against flood damage ruling
Forget the ivory tower – lecturers are working class too