Monthly Archives: April 2024

Provost of Trinity College Dublin sends email decrying student union’s threat of ‘serious financial and reputational damage’
University of Limerick criticised over €12.5m spend on student accommodation
New Cork student rooms are going for as much as €450 a week
Sharp rise in first-class degrees may be linked to student expectations and competition among universities
Students demand universities take a stand on Gaza
Senior UL official who questioned controversial purchase of student housing ‘was fired or asked to leave his job’
TCDSU launch petition against proposed increases to masters’ fees
‘A worrying trend’: UCD’s SU President on right to protest Israel in Irish and US universities
UCC looking to sell Irish Management Institute
Higher Education Minister Opens New State-Of-The-Art Coonagh Campus At TUS
Trinity College hardship fund fraud: Man acted as money mule by allowing bank account to be used
Why aren’t students engaging any more?
Govt to provide €100 million to build over 1,000 new student beds
UCD Student Union President claims she was ‘forcibly removed’ from awards ceremony for Nancy Pelosi
University of Galway announce decrease in exam repeat fees
UCDSU President Dragged Out of Nancy Pelosi Award Ceremony
HSE spent €21.6m with University of Limerick recruitment firm but can’t say how many staff hired
Former Belfast media headquarters to make way for student housing development
University of Galway spent €870,000 on rebrand
Dutch academic fired by UCC after struggling to find housing awarded €300,000