Monthly Archives: October 2020

UCD medical students withhold fees in protest at fee increases
Students issued with letter to present to Gardaí when travelling to College
Students face a different connection issue: isolation
Waterford after TUSE: Is our student-free City getting a sense of impact it could have
UCD Ranked Ireland’s Top University For Second Year Running
Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 has been highlighted by the arrival of COVID-19
Mountjoy prisoners gain access to third-level education during pandemic
Rebooting Waterford economy needs University autonomy
Provost applications open as change to Statutes to allow electronic voting considered
Students cannot continue to be exploited by paying for Accommodation they are prevented from using
Bologna process: Decent salaries and fair working conditions are the pillars for high-quality higher education
Screencasting: the safety net that encourages creativity and spontaneity
International Student Fees: An Ongoing Rise That is Set to Stop?
College Proposes Schols ‘Quota’ System Over Fears of Grade Inflation
Make Mayo GMIT campus a unit on its own – proposal to minister
Trinity College spend over €4,500 on upgrades to hand sanitisation stations
UCC criticised for links with controversial Chinese university
Ireland’s Approach to the Pandemic May Have Long-Lasting Effects for Students
TCDSU Votes to Lobby for Reduced International Student Fees
Medieval Book of Lismore returns home to Cork after ‘eventful’ 500-year journey