Monthly Archives: September 2023

Students to march to Dáil on October 4 to demand Government uses Budget 2024 surplus to address accommodation crisis
The Strain on Scientific Publishing
The Meaningless University Rankings
Colleges’ capacity to deliver skilled graduates is ‘stretched to the limit’, warn university presidents
Analysis: Book of Kells blockade signals an unquiet year ahead
Public sector pay talks expected to begin in coming weeks
Trinity moves up 30 places amid mixed results for Irish universities in world rankings
The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2024
‘Huge variance’ in dropout rates across college courses a concern, Simon Harris says
University challenge: how will the Government deal with the Supreme Court’s order to reform Seanad elections?
Why are college dropout rates on the up in Ireland?
College dropout levels climb amid ‘perfect storm’ of Covid disruption
University to offer Ireland’s first degree in ‘influencing’
Minister Harris announces over €5.5 million in funding to recognise and reward outstanding performance by higher education institutions
Student-staff ratios in universities ‘much worse’ than recession-hit 1980s, warns UCD president
College issues ‘reaffirmation’ on Buttery seating policy allowing consumption of homemade lunches
HEA launches the System Performance Framework 2023-2028
Cost of living: DCU car parking fees reduced after student backlash
‘Micheline’s Three Conditions’ Book To Be Launched In October!
Trinity students plan to escalate Book of Kells protests