Tags : Budget

Student contribution fee set to be cut in October’s budget
Cost of third-level education, childcare, transport and health all in crosshairs for October Budget
IUA Statement – Long-awaited government decision on investment in third-level education welcome – Immediate action on closing investment gap in Budget 2023 now critical
Student college fees to be decided by ministers during Budget negotiations
Harris says he wants to cut college fees but needs to ‘work through the processes’
Extra funding for third level should take priority over cuts to fees, says Varadkar
Budget 2022 fails to address cost of higher level education
Simon Harris rules out fees rise as part of third-level funding reform package
Pay rises for public servants ‘will cost €600m’, report says
IUA Statement: Budget 2022 funding for higher education welcome but it’s not enough
Ministers Harris and Collins announce investment in higher education, student supports, apprenticeships and skills
USI, IUA Express Disappointment With Budget 2022
Student grants will rise by flat rate €200 from next September
Student grants to increase for the first time in more than a decade
Sinn Féin budget will take the pressure off students – Rose Conway-Walsh TD
USI Calls for €1,000 Fee Reduction in Budget 2022
IUA Pre-Budget Submission: Investment in Higher Education and Research Critical to National Recovery – Budget 2022 must deliver first phase of Funding Reform with €900m package
IUA Calls for €900m Package for Third Level in Budget 2022
Universities lose €270m in commercial revenue due to Covid-19
USI Calls for College-Owned Student Accommodation Plan in Budget 2022