Monthly Archives: April 2019

Provost Patrick Prendergast said that applications to Trinity had decreased a further 20%, after last year’s drop
Minister launches first quarterly progress report on the Action Plan for Education 2019
Archibald concerned at reported British government plans to increase EU student fees
Yet more thoughts on the Leaving Cert
‘Academic vandalism’ – unique archive of the Troubles under threat
The Leaving Cert is failing our children – here’s how to fix it
Brexit: Guy Verhofstadt says EU ‘will never accept’ Theresa May’s plan to hike tuition fees for European students
Students Demand the Right to Access Third-Level Education in Ireland as part of Global Campaign
Thoughts on Motivation
Cost of going to third level prompts most young people to consider apprenticeships
University News
Troubling questions over the treatment of dead
EU students could face higher fees to study in UK from 2020
Employers and union bosses join students and industry leaders in calls for university and third level funding crisis to be tackled
Prof Terence Dolan dies following long illness
Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD launches GMIT’s Strategic Plan 2019-2023
Lecturer incensed at Saoradh recruitment posters on campus
UCC acquire €17.25m Cork city property for new business school
Minister Mitchell O’Connor gives closing address at conference on Mental Health in Higher Education
Ministers McHugh and Mitchell O’Connor announce the opening of the Student Grant Scheme for 2019