Monthly Archives: May 2018

Maynooth Matters
The impact agenda has led to social media being used in a role it may not be equipped to perform
Appointment to the Board of Science Foundation Ireland
Upside for universities if more students embrace volunteering
Government Promises Legal Solutions to Spiralling Student Rents
What’s Left of the Bologna Process
University of Limerick to ban smoking and vaping across all campuses
USI supporting bill to impose rent caps on student accommodation
Call for Ireland to maintain strong research links with UK after Brexit
Irish university sector
IFUT calls for adherence to Eurowide ‘Bologna Process’ to ensure standards in Higher Education
Financial Statements 2016: Higher Education Authority, University College Cork and Cork Institute of Technology
Higher Education Authority – Membership
Higher Education Authority Administration – WhatsApp
Third Level Costs – Income Contingent Loans
The THE reputation rankings
CIT paid extra €300k to buy city property
Technological University for South East on track for September 2019 – Aylward
Recruitment campaign for head of GMIT Mayo campus will begin in coming weeks – Burke
UCC pays €3,000 a month for president’s housing