Monthly Archives: December 2021

University says January exams must go online or be deferred as Covid surges
Sharp rise in number of third-level students in 2020, report shows
Apprenticeships and post-grad studies are on the rise according to a new education report
UL funding withheld over financial governance concerns
UCD academic ‘heartened, in a strange way’ by further sexual harassment complaints at college
Cut in €3,000 college student contribution charge under consideration
Third-level €3k fee to be cut and student loans ruled out
Philosophical approach
Philosophical attitude
‘We won’t be teaching philosophy’: Meet Ireland’s five newest universities
Boys, not girls, benefit from unconscious bias in maths
Queen’s University students to return to remote learning
Most UCD students paying more than €750 a month in rent, union survey finds
O’Dowd: Universities must engage with students and staff over changes to teaching and assessment
College students left isolating for Christmas after claiming they caught Covid following in-person exams
As Her First Semester as Provost Concludes, Linda Doyle Should Take Stock
Third Level Examinations – NUI Galway
Third Level Staff – Disabilities
Employment Rights – Postgraduate Researchers
End of Term Blog