Grants of up to €12,000 will be given to student groups for projects aimed at reducing hate speech towards refugees, according to the European Students’ Union (ESU).
New student accommodation due to be built in Gillian House on Farranlea Road in Cork has experienced some resistance from local residents, who fear that the development will lead to “student gangs” in the area.
Sixty Trinity students occupied the Dining Hall last Wednesday in an ongoing protest over supplemental fees of €450 being introduced for re-sit exams.
Two NUI Galway students were hospitalised after taking a “bad batch” of drugs.
An educational expert has warned parents against obsessing over sending their children to college.
The NUIG SU President has called the actions of students who sell drugs “wrong and unjustified”, after a court was told students in Galway are selling drugs to fund college.
An academic publishing group has reversed their decision to charge Irish universities additional fees to access older research papers following an open letter condemning the proposal, despite claiming that the current system is “unsustainable”.
Primary teaching students on St. Patrick’s Campus are seeking financial aid for placement from DCU.
Young women are more likely to have a third-level qualification than young men, new figures show.
A new lecturer will be provided for Trinity students offended by their lecturer’s remarks on Female Genital Mutiliation (FGM).
Influence on state run primary schools by the Catholic church is clearly represented in research by the School of Education at NUI Galway.
College grant overpayments worth €2.8m were left outstanding at the end of 2016, according to a City of Dublin Education and Training Board report.
The Minister for Higher Education has published a survey involving 20,000 students about their experience in college.
A Sinn Fein MEP has slammed the Government for treating students like commodities and called for a scale-back to third-level funding cuts.
University College Cork has been granted the status of “University of Sanctuary” and will provide seven asylum seekers and refugees with full scholarships from September.
Impeached UCD SU president Katie Ascough received a pro-life award from a UK anti-abortion group in January.
The country’s first Masters degree in Artificial Intelligence is to begin in September at the University of Limerick.
Hidden fees and strict rules are making working in America on a J-1 increasingly difficult for Irish students.