Monthly Archives: July 2023

Maynooth University to review controversial selection proposal for governing authority
QUB students warned of AI rules ahead of new year: ‘Chatbots can be a form of cheating’
Harris announces €2m in funding for higher education students in North
OpenAIRE Awarded Contract for the National Open Access Monitor, Ireland
600 additional college places set for September
Swan Update
Maynooth University staff afraid to speak out on governance proposals after Australian whistleblower targeted
Horizon Europe: how the UK’s delay in rejoining EU funding scheme is damaging scientific research
North Cork should be location for new veterninary college, says Cllr Bernard Moynihan
Residents near DCU urged to rent out rooms as students struggle amid housing crisis
The Mysterious Case of Christine Moran
Third Level Fees
Trinity College experts hit back at ‘misinformation’ surrounding ‘stolen’ skulls of Inishbofin
Deaf law student awarded €3,000 after Griffith College refused to pay for sign language interpretation
Controversial plan for Cork student apartments given green light
TUS becomes first Irish University appointed as lead of European University
Ministers Harris and Coveney launch platform to boost upskilling and reskilling in Ireland
Maynooth in the News
Universities offering micro-credential courses aimed at upskilling employees
CAO 2023: Applications up for engineering, law and architecture, while numbers dip for medicine and health