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Universities clamp down on ‘disorderly’ RAG week

February 21, 2018

As RAG week kicked off across the country this week, numerous institutions have distanced themselves from the event. RAG (Raise and Give) week has not been an official college event for NUI Galway or the

University News

Are you getting it? – USI launches safe sex campaign

February 21, 2018

The Union of Students in Ireland launched a Sexual Health and Awareness Campaign last week, in collaboration with the HSE’s Sexual Health and Crisis Pregnancy initiative. The campaign, containing the “Are you getting it?” tagline, was

National News

UCC to give refugees full scholarships

February 7, 2018

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.

University News

Arts graduates lowest earners according to HEA

February 7, 2018

New arts graduates may earn as little as €13,000 a year, according to a HEA report. But most CAO applicants opt for arts and humanities degrees at 22 per cent, while 16 per cent choose

University News

50% of Arts graduates feel their degree is irrelevant

February 7, 2018

Half of Arts graduates feel their course is relevant to their current employment according to the Higher Education Authority. A new report published by the HEA surveying graduates of the class of 2016 revealed that

DCU News

DCU sports scholarships falls by 62 per cent

February 7, 2018

Numbers of students entering DCU through an Elite Athletic Scholarship have dropped by 62 per cent since last year, according to a Freedom of Information (FOI) request obtained by The College View. Only thirty five

News

Springboard+ 2018 scheme to fund more courses than ever before

February 7, 2018

Education ministers called on Higher Education institutions to draft new proposals for new ‘Springboard+’ courses. Education ministers Richard Bruton and John Halligan want to widen Springboard’s net, with Bruton emphasising a “welcome move towards full

News

Conservative paper comes to DCU

February 7, 2018

A conservative publication based out of Trinity College has expanded to DCU in what its editor called an attempt to provide a diversity of opinion in student-related matters. The Burkean Journal, which was funded by

University News

Workshops at USI LGBT event cancelled over allegation

November 29, 2017

A speaker at Pink Training 2017 was asked to leave the event after coming into contact with a delegate who had previously made allegations against them to the Union of Students Ireland (USI).

University News

Wellness Wednesday kicks off in DCU

November 15, 2017

Wellness Wednesdays continued this week with talks on assertiveness and lifestyle coaching on the Glasnevin campus and Katie Gallagher performing on St Patrick’s campus.

University News

Making an Impact winner to be announced today

November 15, 2017

An annual contest will be held in the Helix today to celebrate some of Ireland’s elite postgraduate research communicators as five finalists vie for two top prizes.