DCU’s first ever virtual open day took place last week and attracted over 13,000 visitors coming from 23 different countries.
Five of Irelands top universities have climbed higher in the latest set of global rankings, with Trinity College Dublin being the highest-ranking university in Ireland.
Last year 63% of students had part-time jobs, however only 36% are expected to have a job in the next academic year as less business are hiring.
The global response to the Black Lives Matter (BLM) Movement has led to a thorough investigation of Hollywood in its portrayal of black people in popular culture.
As the Black Lives Matter movement makes its way around the world, we have to realise that racism is prevalent in our own society and take a look at how we can change ourselves in order for greater change to happen. No matter what age, race or social class we have to acknowledge that racism exists and that we all should try to understand and listen to the stories and experiences of people who suffer because of it.
The uncertainty on what lies ahead for incoming first year college students is poignant with only three months left until they start third level education.
The Premier League returned to action today, June 17, after a lengthy delay of the season since early March due to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Frustrated residents living near University College Cork (UCC) continue to speak out against what they claim are parties being held in violation of Covid-19 restrictions, following a confrontation with students renting in the area.