Monthly Archives: October 2018

Limerick IT president challenges the ‘current blueprint’ for third level education
Analysis: Irish Survey of Student Engagement 2017
Universities are a bargaining chip in the Brexit free-trade future
INTO reject latest government pay offer
Why students feel so vulnerable
Developers looking to increase apartments at Lough development
University Express Racism in UCC Survey: Upon Closer Inspection
University Express Racism Survey: 1 in 9 Students Suffer Racist Abuse at UCC
Dundalk IT staff consider strike over understaffing and overcrowded classrooms
UL president hopes that ‘very grave matters are dealt with fully and finally’
110% Increase in Non-EU Students Attending Trinity
Far From a ‘Whole Island’ University, Trinity Needs to Up its Non-Leinster Game
UNICEF highlights education inequalities among children
The legacy of UCD’s ‘gentle revolution’
‘Essay mills’ offering bespoke assignments to students to be made illegal
Is THE going to reform its methodology?
Are Mirror Journals a Better Path to the Open Access Flip?
Minister Mitchell O’Connor leads Education Mission to the United Arab Emirates (UAE)
‘Graduate students’ experiences of plagiarism by their professors’
Over 75% of New Trinity Students From Dublin or Leinster