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DCUSU condemns removal of Wiley eBooks from University libraries
Founding UL president Dr Ed Walsh has presented a ‘vital archive’ of his papers to the university
Maynooth University terminates construction of new student centre project
NI students report unwanted sexual experiences
Simon Harris says MTU won’t be pressed to pay off ITT’s €5 million emergency loan
USI says the ‘once-off’ reduction will not remove the barrier to higher education
Budget 2023: Relief for students – but universities say funding provided was ‘very disappointing’
Budget 2023: Ministers Harris and Collins announce cost-of-living package for students, and investment in third level education for 2023
Science Foundation Ireland’s Gender Strategy 2016-2020: A Critique
Maynooth University student centre project cancelled
Some 1,500 cases of cheating, plagiarism or use of ‘essay mills’ reported at Irish universities in last three years
€1,000 cut to third-level fees announced
Third-level fees cut by €1,000 while grant recipients to get double payment this year
Education landscape ‘highly segregated’ on basis of religion, gender and ability to pay
Trinity College Dublin to end grouping of students by degree grade at graduation ceremonies
College fees to be cut by €1,000 this year in major Budget boost for students
PhD researchers pushed further ‘below minimum wage’ by inflation
Sinn Féin propose €1,000 reduction to student contribution charge in alternative budget proposal
NI students struggling during cost of living crisis: ‘You worry about what you’re spending’
Trinity’s honorary degree for Dalai Lama could yet be awarded – despite expected backlash from China