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.
The Government is seeking to increase the employer levy by 50% to help fund higher and further education and training by 2020.
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.
DCU has officially added a Jobbio feature to their website which will allow thousands of students to access potential employers through the Student Union.
Irish students applying for colleges in England and Wales next year will not face a rise in registration fees.
A debate was held in the Henry Grattan building last Thursday between an American democrat and a republican on the upcoming US election involving Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton.
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.