Student accommodation to become co-living spaces

July 21, 2020

Student accommodation complexes in Dublin may be temporarily converted and used as co-living spaces, according to Dublin City Council. The council said that the temporary use would be “appropriate” due to the changes universities made


Irish universities rise in global ranking

June 21, 2020

Five of Irelands top universities have climbed higher in the latest set of global rankings, with Trinity College Dublin being the highest-ranking university in Ireland.


Online petition created for students to continue studies at home amid coronavirus fears

March 17, 2020

The petition argued that studying at home would be safer than coming into college. It was created after the first case of the disease was confirmed in Trinity College. With over 500 signatures, the petition urged the college to allow students to complete their studies online rather than come onto campus and risk the spread of the disease.

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New consent plan launched for third level institutions

April 17, 2019

Minister of State for Higher Education Mary Mitchell O’Connor, launched the Framework for Consent in Higher Education plan on April 5, stating that “ sexual violence and harassment has no place in our institutions.”