Monthly Archives: December 2019

Student apartments planned for North Main Street
Fee-paying schools and taxpayers
How Trinity changed this decade
Time for PhD supervision
Public sector workers can expect above-inflation pay rise in 2020 – Taoiseach
Rising fees lead many to question value of private education
Major new extension planned at Donegal third-level institution
Universities: milking publicly funded positions for personal profit
UCC President is thinking ‘outside the box’ to minimise the impact of housing shortages on students and staff
NUIG seeks approval to use student accommodation for summer tourists
Time for holidays #HappyChristmas
Presidents of Cork colleges demand better public transport for students
Call for Papers: ‘Sustaining the Future of Higher Education’, 20-22 August 2020
USI Calls for National Framework on Students’ Union Autonomy
Human Factors and Educational Technology in Institutions
Perfectionistic students get higher grades, but at what cost?
CIT is granted permission for a new ‘front door’ to their Bishopstown campus
Ulster University vice-chancellor to leave post in February
Student apartments get go-ahead despite locals objecting to ‘studentification’ of Liberties
Irish links to Chinese university at centre of protests