Cost of living fund worth €4.3m unveiled to help struggling students
Accountancy chief says Leaving Cert puts people off the profession
Decision on what could be NI’s biggest ever student block deferred at last minute
TUI and ASTI exploring possible merger into single secondary teachers’ union
Sacked Trinity College employee claims he was unfairly dismissed after guilty plea to sexual assault on US tourist
Death of DCU academic Greg Foley highlights ongoing coronavirus threat
Students oppose ‘inadequate’ plans to move Leaving Cert exams to fifth year
Irish universities to review how they assess students following threat posed by AI chatbot
The downfall of higher education rankings
Update issued on major student accommodation plan for Limerick
Marking Schemes
Preprint review should form part of PhD programmes and postdoc training
Irish immigration policy ‘a disincentive for highly skilled people’
Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin: ‘It was important to me to get a formal apology from UCD’
Nigerian academic forced to quit PhD studies over ‘hypocritical’ visa requirements
Lecturers urged to review assessments in UK amid concerns over new AI tool
Essay Mills and ChatGPT
70,000 university workers to strike in row over pay, conditions and pensions
Minister Harris gives go-ahead for next phase of proposed capital investment for TU Dublin
Old Library Redevelopment Project December 2022