Monthly Archives: January 2020

Will British universities end up as Johnson’s bargaining chips?
Magee ‘needs freedom from Belfast-centric University of Ulster’
It’s time to stop the commercialisation of our universities
Trinity coronavirus working group recommends students return from China
An Ghaeilge le feiceáil i UCD
Left Wing Alliance Issue Demands to UCD to ‘Fix Our Education’
Months After Launch, Many Students Don’t Feel ‘At Home’ in Business School
UCC warns against travel to China as coronavirus death toll rises
Ulster University seeks £126m loan for Belfast campus
The Top Six Takeaways from Trinity’s New Strategic Plan
Universities issue advice for students on coronavirus
Trinity Plans €29m Recruitment Drive to Reduce Student-Staff Ratio
University of Limerick suspends travel to and from China amid coronavirus fears
Country ‘sitting on a timebomb’ over crisis in third-level funding, says Trinity Provost
DCU bringing students back from China to Ireland due to coronavirus fears
Political parties rule out student loans to fund third level
Belfield Papers: Case Closed?
Parties outline education vote-grabbing proposals
UCD Take Easy Route in Empty 5-year Strategy
Call for large class sizes in schools to be addressed by next government