Monthly Archives: December 2018

Dublin college merger: Technological universities arrive with a TUD
Staff protest over ‘grade inflation’ at institute of technology
Irish universities’ grade inflation sparks claims of ‘dumbing down’
Revealed: the universities most likely to award higher grades
Plan for vending machines to give out free condoms in universities and pubs
How I Spend My Money: A Trinity PhD student on a €6,000 stipend who’s having second thoughts about moving to Ireland
Outcry after student loan overpayments of £8m are extracted from NI graduates
WIT marks 25 years of research degrees
Measuring What Matters: On the Tyranny of Academic Metrics
Time for Project Maths experiment to end
Public servants now allowed work until they are 70
More Travellers Should Be at Third-Level. But Let’s Not Deify a University Degree
Just 1% of Traveller children go on to higher education
US visa bill for Irish graduates set to be casualty of ‘mayhem and crisis’ in Washington
The teaching of history
HEA welcomes publication of Progress Review of the National Plan for Equity of Access to Higher Education
Drop in first-time mature students at third level
Almost €3m in funding for Irish Language Academy at NUIG
New legislation to increase retirement age for public sector workers passed in Seanad
No subject – including history – should be compulsory