TU Dublin ‘pauses’ student intake for college courses to help tackle deficit of almost €9m

Ireland“Technological University Dublin is to ‘pause’ the intake of students for 15 college courses in the new academic year due to low student numbers and cost-cutting measures. The university, the second-largest in the State with 25,000 students, is running a deficit of €8.6 million due in part to a drop of about 2,500 in student numbers last year …” (more)

[Carl O’Brien, Irish Times, 27 May]

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