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.
The recent Eurostudent survey will help the government to make decisions that will benefit Irish students, according to Minister for Higher Education.
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).
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar called for an Irish third-level institution to join the new network of European universities currently being proposed by French President Emmanuel Macron.
UCD Student Council passed motions on handing out free pregnancy tests and abortion information on campus on Tuesday, the 14th of November.
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.
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.
Eighteen academics at Dublin Institute of Technology have written to the chairman of the institute’s governing body to express their discontent with the amalgamation process with Tallaght and Blanchardstown ITs.