Monthly Archives: June 2024

Profligate UL student homes deal: top official is put on leave as fresh concerns emerge over €11m purchase
Leaving Cert class divide of 138 points linked with students’ family backgrounds
OpenEU launched, the first step to a European open university
Universities say they face shortage of funds to pay existing staff this year
University of Galway president Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh to step down from his role
UCC protestors to stand down Palestine encampment after reaching deal with college
Student accommodation
Students from Gaza now studying in Irish institutions
Technological Universities – Borrowing Framework
Students with disabilities left waiting up to two hours for a bus to take them home from college in Cork
Magee Campus: Increase in Student Numbers
An All-Ireland Diamond Open Access Publishing Platform?
Graduate prospects boosted as most sectors see growth
Major Dublin student accommodation scheme gets the green light
Prof Hugh Brady: ‘Quality of Irish university experience is slipping, and going to get worse over time’
Irish-language programmes
High Court refuses to grant further injunction to Philip Nolan over his dismissal from SFI
Significant city student accommodation development given green light after appeal
UL hints people still to be held to account over controversy as former president Kerstin Mey is given professorship role
MTU high performance indoor athletics centre planned