Postgraduate students are unhappy with the increase in rent and change in lease length that occurred over the summer, according to Student’s Union postgraduate officer, Allan Stevenson.
Student accommodation Shanowen Square was targeted by a cyber attack from an overseas account which contacted residents on their behalf looking for payment.
The target date for completion of the new Student Hub building has been pushed from February to March, according to DCU SU president Niall Behan.
Helping with the vast numbers of students seeking accommodation has been his “most stressful time by far” according to New VP for Welfare and Equality Podge Henry.
A genetic link between motor neuron disease and schizophrenia has been identified, in a study led by Trinity College Dublin researchers.
Belfast based MOF technologies have agreed to license and commercialise two new materials created at the University of Limerick to try and combat greenhouse gasses.
TV licences are set to be introduced for tablets, laptops and computers as the current law in Ireland is to be changed by the Minister of Communications, Dennis Naughten.
DIT have discarded the requirement of Garda vetting for mature students when applying to its ‘second chance education’ programme after controversial public opinion.
The Government is seeking to increase the employer levy by 50% to help fund higher and further education and training by 2020.
The numbers of CAO first preference applications for Engineering in DCU has risen despite a decrease of 5 per cent in first preference Engineering applications nationally.
Trinity College Dublin has been found to be in breach of advertising guidelines regarding a course listing on the university’s website.
Trinity College’s proposed purchase of Iveagh Grounds sports facility is set to save a number of sports clubs from relocation according to the chairman of the Guinness Athletic Union.
The number of students applying to study in the UK has dropped by about 20% since the Brexit vote in 2016.
Following Temporary Exclusion Last Year, Trinity Ranked 131st in World by Times Higher Education.
Nubar has always been famous for its chicken goujons and chips deal for €5 since the dawn of time.
A new fellowship offering two aspiring barristers from disadvantaged socio-economically backgrounds a chance to study at the King’s Inns in Dublin was announced earlier this month.
Trinity College Dublin are to redevelop Oisín House on Pearse Street into a 250-bed accommodation project after receiving verbal confirmation from Dublin City Council.
Trinity College Dublin Student’s Union council have passed the motion to oppose student loans, two years on from the initial rejection of the motion.