STAND Student Festival is returning to college campuses this week
Irish colleges set to be included in R&D directory for businesses.
DCU slumps heavily in Global University Rankings
Academic and non-academic life expected to resume on campus next year
New TU will be named Technological University of the Shannon
Harris launches €2.5 billion international student funding recovery
Rapid antigen testing may be used to allow for on-campus learning
Government votes against bill to abolish third-level fees
DCU Amnesty Society and Feminist Society host Women’s Welfare Event
College students working as essential workers want to be prioritised for Covid-19 vaccines
UL design new computer science course with paid placements
Three more Technological Universities may be established by 2022
Trinity launches study into its links with slavery and the British Empire
Covid one year on – students reflect on another St Patrick’s Day in lockdown
Further funding needed to tackle sexual harassment in universities
The Technological Higher Education Association (THEA) has called for increased supports and training for students to tackle sexual harassment in Irish universities.
University students are struggling to complete practical courses online
Students with disabilities increase their university offer acceptance by 22%
Minister of Further and Higher Education works with the USI to enhance student wellbeing
The Minister of Further and Higher Education, Simon Harris has announced the formation of a working group dedicated to enhancing the wellbeing of third-level students.
Study abroad programmes take a hit due to Covid-19
Uptake of Erasmus or study abroad programmes in Trinity College (TCD) dropped by 70 per cent in the first semester of this year according to Provost Patrick Prendergast, as reported by the University Times.
DCU students raise almost €21,000 for Movember
The IUA say student experience is priority for universities in semester two
In a statement, the Irish Universities Association (IUA) said that universities are conscious of the uncertainty students are facing and have therefore planned to begin semester two of the academic year predominantly online.
Can’t Get Home – The initiative to help international students cope with staying in Ireland
The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) have launched a virtual campaign for international students within Ireland.
Ireland is still attracting international students
The decline in international students attending Irish universities this year was not as drastic as previously expected according to a report from The Times.