There are major concerns over the future of up to 10 of the country’s 14 institutes of technology due to financial deficits and dwindling cash reserves, according to a major review of the sector.
A job in the Irish health sector means a lack of staff appreciation and low salary, interviews with medical graduate students at the Health Sector Jobs Fair in Dublin showed on Saturday.
Irish students applying for colleges in England and Wales next year will not face a rise in registration fees.
The CAO point system is set to change for Leaving Cert students sitting their exams in 2017.
Five candidates are running for the position of DCU Students’ Union President 16/17 in the upcoming election.
Cormac Kilty is one of the five presidential candidates and is also one of two out of the group who is in their final year of communications.
An internal survey carried out by NUI Galway has shown that a number of female full time and part time employees were subjected to bullying and misogyny in the workplace.
NUI Galway became the first ever Irish university to appoint a vice president for Equality and Diversity when they awarded the position to Prof Anne Scott last Friday afternoon.
Students and staff at DIT have been left confused and misinformed surrounding the dates for their upcoming Christmas examinations due to its proposed merge with ITT and ITB next year.