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One in seven bullied at college

April 2, 2014

College students experiencing bullying of any form are encouraged to approach their course co-ordinator and surround themselves with good people.

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Huge expansion planned to give UL a city centre presence

December 18, 2013

A huge expansion of the University of Limerick to transform the city has been made possible by funding from the European Investment Bank, of which Limerick deputy Micheal Noonan is Governor. Kate Coscoran reports.

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More Irish students choosing to study in US

November 20, 2013

The number of Irish students travelling to the US to study has risen significantly, as more scholarships are made available and students look to add to their CVs, as Laura Colgan reports.

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Plans for South-East Technical University gain momentum

November 6, 2013

Waterford Institute of Technology and Carlow IT are soon to submit plans to the Higher Education Authority, bringing the establishment of the South-East’s new Technical University another step closer, as Elaine Carroll reports.

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UCD student’s attacker convicted

November 6, 2013

The attacker of UCD postgraduate student Natasha McShane has finally been convicted of her attempted murder in an incident which left her barely able to walk or talk, Karla Chubb reports.