Monthly Archives: August 2020

Harris hoping to focus on reducing third-level fees
Third-level fees must be reduced to reflect reality – Rose Conway-Walsh TD
Students call for reduced remote learning fees as colleges set to charge full €3k
Union’s fears after Queen’s confirms face-to-face lectures
Students should have rents refunded in event of second lockdown, says higher education minister
WIT to host all lectures remotely for academic year
College students report in high numbers to Cork Sexual Violence Centre
Leaving Cert students to learn details of adjustments to calculated grades process
The Blueprints for Trinity’s Long-Awaited Black Studies Module
Norma Foley: Colleges can charge students full €3k in fees
Reopening universities could spark second coronavirus wave, academics warn
College party crackdown by Coalition
UK university reopenings risk ‘public health crisis’, academics warn
COVID-19 pandemic – Years of potential intellectual life lost
Higher Ed Department Angling to Increase High-Points Course Capacity
Staff and Students Should Be Tested Twice Weekly, says Luke O’Neill
College during Covid: Why students have every right to be angry
NUI Galway confirms student timetables will be issued next week
Call for proposals under the Postgraduate Skills Provision and Modular Skills Provision
UCD announces change to registration date on Twitter