Monthly Archives: April 2022

TUS President Insists Midwest Region Should Operate As A Whole Rather Than On County Basis
Minister ‘disappointed’ by BOI decision to end graduate medical student loan
Technological universities
Students and accommodation
‘I’m not listening to my teacher, I’m listening to my computer’: online learning, disengagement, and the impact of COVID-19 on French university students
Third level education in Northern Ireland facing ‘perfect storm’, Queen’s University chief warns
Queen’s University may have to cut 1,500 student places by 2025
Students could earn CAO points for wider skills under new reforms
Ukraine refugees – college fees
Reviewing Fees at Third Level
Increase in the SUSI Grant
Girls, Physics and ‘Hard Maths’
Where have all the students gone?
South East Technological University’s first president named by Minister Harris
Young people in Republic have higher levels of education, cross-Border study finds
Graduate Entry Medicine – Loans
Funding for Ukrainian Students in Irish Universities: Statements
Top civil servant denies involvement in botched CMO appointment to Trinity
NUIG to be renamed University of Galway
The ‘Brexit effect’: where are EU students going instead of the UK?