Monthly Archives: October 2019

Just 61 Travellers in Third-Level in 2017, Finds Report
40 students left waiting for return of €20,000 worth of deposits from accommodation complex
Minister launches third quarterly progress report on the Action Plan for Education 2019
Minister McHugh welcomes publication of special report – ‘Education Indicators for Ireland’
Magee medical school ‘could be approved in Westminster’
DCU student issued with deportation order
SIPTU and USI launch charter for better rights and conditions for postgraduates
Wealthy students and educational attainment
Trinity to shelve Book of Kells for four months
Higher Education System Performance, Institutional and Sectoral Profiles 2016/17 published
TCDSU Votes Not to Support Rent Strikes
Postgraduate students campaign for better terms and conditions
Magee medical school: Lack of business case ‘holding up progress’
Trinity warns of spike in number of mumps cases in College
Higher Education’s Stakeholders are Now Disagreeing – Publicly – on Basic Policy Issues
Trinity’s PhD Students Face a Litany of Issues. They Must Pick Their Battles
Why we need to reconsider the value of the virtual classroom
The two-tier nature of education system
Pressure on students
Union warns English Language Teaching sector facing disruption unless grievances addressed