Monthly Archives: November 2022

Should Trinity College Rename Its Library?
Minister Harris announces state support and policy to stimulate supply of student accommodation
Government to partially fund 700 student beds – Harris
Ireland has far higher rate of third-level education than EU average, CSO data shows
Trinity College sets out plans to reopen Science Gallery after contentious closure
Quarter of Trinity College Dublin students seeking counselling ‘had suicidal thoughts’
University of Limerick salutes its founding students as UL50 celebrations continue
On the Multiple Publication of Academic Research
TCD invites views on dropping Berkeley’s name from library over slave ownership
Trinity College Dublin Launches Legacies Review Working Group
Postgraduate study in the UK
Postgraduate Courses – Fee Reduction
IFUT General Secretary, Frank Jones addresses Joint Oireachtas Committee on Education Regarding Mental Health
Limerick Council call for direct bus service from Raheen to UL
TUS president pleads with government to provide ‘vital piece of infrastructure’ for Limerick
Colleges jump at chance to open more places in dentistry, nursing, pharmacy, medicine and veterinary
Rishi Sunak mulls limiting number of foreign students and dependents
Trinity College Trust donates €1 million to Old Library Restoration fund
Student Assistance Fund
Cork’s ‘college of the future’ and major expansion of MTU to be announced today