Monthly Archives: January 2024

Hines student accommodation leases in Dublin jump to 51 weeks, increasing rent by €3,000
University of Limerick in planning row over ‘bizarre’ student accommodation purchase
Higher Education for Good – two launches, two stories
YesGaeilgeTCD – an tábhacht agus na buntáistí a bhaineann le vótáil “tá”
The Little Book of Irish Research
UCC reveals €11.2m deficit as it seeks to ‘return to sustainable financial position’
Who’d go to university today?
Maybe higher education is just as unfair as it seems
University of Limerick students living in 20-house scheme without appropriate planning
External Application to Governing Body TUS
Public sector pay deal: Full details of pay rises for 385,000 public service workers revealed as €3.6bn agreement struck
TUI members vote for industrial action over establishment of technological universities
Third level teachers vote ‘overwhelmingly’ for industrial action
Limerick academic secures top appointment
Study shows Ireland ranks third for education quality and access
New student accommodation brings hope for students and concern from local residents
New Memorandum of Understanding will see closer cooperation between ATU and UU
Postgraduate union announces intention to strike
If generative AI is saving academics time, what are they doing with it?
Ministers Harris, O’Brien and Donohoe unveil plans for 500 student accommodation beds