Monthly Archives: May 2021

DCU told to pay €27,000 for victimising former employee days after she made allegation of sexual harassment
USI held demonstration today outside Leinster House calling for the abolition of student fees
Additional third level places needed to increase supply of skilled mental health staff – Pauline Tully TD
UU Belfast campus on course for September start
Third-level colleges planning for ‘significant increase in on-site activity’
Languages to be introduced to primary schools on pilot basis
€13k for PhD Stipends Is Simply Not Good Enough
IUA Future of Ireland Webinar: Mary Lou McDonald TD on her vision for the future of Higher Education in Ireland – June 21 13:00-14:00
Third Level Admissions – Leaving Certificate class of 2020
Third Level Fees – International Students
Union Members in WIT and IT Carlow Vote in Favour of Merger
O’Dowd welcomes clarity on teaching arrangements for Ulster University Students
Online learning should make education open to all. So, why hasn’t it happened?
Third Level Fees – University of Limerick
Trinity to receive a philanthropic donation of 30 million euro for the development of the Trinity East campus
Postgraduate Workers’ Alliance of Ireland launches petition demanding worker status, greater pay and better employment contracts for PhD and postgraduate students
End Israeli access to Horizon and billions in EU funding – Rose Conway-Walsh TD
Student Accommodation
Council ‘open space’ motion could thwart plans for student housing
‘Students as consumers? The perspectives of students’ union leaders across Europe’