Monthly Archives: June 2022

€6.4m funding allocation to drive teaching and learning innovation and enhancement across the higher education sector
Higher Education Authority Bill 2022: Second Stage
Students heading for Dublin need a budget of €13k
Minister Harris announces more than 1,000 extra college places and development of new apprenticeship programmes
Frustration as delayed Irish exam results cuts university term short
Student contribution fee set to be cut in October’s budget
Rankings affect the financial sustainability of English universities, just not for the elite
English language schools turning away students
College applicants must wait until September 8th for CAO offers
Student Accommodation
Another Late Start to the Academic Year
University of Limerick announce new Deputy President and Provost
Leaving Cert results date causing complications for students applying to study abroad
USI say late Leaving Certificate results will have a significant ‘negative impact’
Queen’s University ‘pauses’ honorary degree for Stormont scandal figure after Belfast Telegraph questions
Concerns at NUIG over how to answer media questions over civil servant’s secondment on €216k
UCC makes progress on Business School’s city centre move
Delayed Leaving Cert results has negative knock on effects
Leaving Cert students won’t get results until September raising fears of last-minute scramble for accommodation
Oireachtas Report Shows UCD and TCD Have 2x National Average of Students from Affluent Backgrounds