Tags : admissions

Leaving Certificate Matters
Is Trinity Failing to Bridge the Gap Between the Arts and the Sciences?
Unthinkable: Should college places be awarded by lottery?
Reformed college entry system ‘must be monitored’
Graduate entry may be the best medicine for doctors
Should unis use contextual data when considering student applications?
Have traditional student recruitment campaigns lost their bite?
Admission to postgraduate course – vexatious litigation – restraining order
Getting to the points
Understanding ‘merit’ in university admissions
Learning boom as numbers rise 17%
Admissions and Points
Quinn and the colleges
Minister Ruairi Quinn criticises universities delay in proposing reforms
Some awkward exam questions
Human error blamed for exam blunder
Alternative to points system proposed
It’s time to escape from a narrow college admissions system
LIT first choice for 1,300 students
Fee-paying schools top for university progression rates