Daily Archives: 14 April, 2020

Students most worried about families’ health and work uncertainty amid crisis
Why Ninth Level Ireland has passed its sell-by date
Third-level institutes to provide IP free to help end Covid-19 crisis
DCU’s lack of clarity over how final year exams will take place is worrying
Colleges ‘face financial ruin’ without bailout
TUI will work with State Examinations Commission to help vulnerable Leaving Cert students
‘Anticlimactic’: Final years submit dissertations online, in break from tradition
Postponing the Leaving
Agriculture students paying over the odds in bid to avoid being stranded in New Zealand
Leaving Cert students in a stronger position than they may realise
Students Didn’t Get No Detriment – They Got a College Unusually Ready to Compromise
We Can’t Take Academic Freedom for Granted. Troubling Developments in UCD Prove It
Emergency support package required for higher education, say IFUT
Postponing the Leaving Certificate is the wrong call
The Irish Second-Level Students’ Union Say They’re Disappointed That The Student Voice Was Not Sufficiently Consulted Last Week