WIT Sport Scholarship Programme 

WIT Sport Scholarship Programme 

The Sport Scholarship Programme at Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) offers an athlete led development programme aimed at supporting the overall development of high performance athletes in a wide range of sports. The programme gives talented athletes the opportunity to develop their sporting and academic career by offering a network of support services and expertise which […]

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Guidance for Further and Higher Education for Returning to on-site activity in 2020: Roadmap and COVID-19 Adaptation Framework

Guidance for Further and Higher Education for Returning to on-site activity in 2020: Roadmap and COVID-19 Adaptation Framework

On the 22nd July 2020, the Department of Education and Skills published a Guidance for Further and Higher Education for returning to on-site activity in 2020: Roadmap and COVID-19 Adaptation Framework. As Ireland moves out of the initial response to COVID-19 towards a gradual return to on-site activity, institutions, providers, staff and learners across further and […]

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GMIT International Hotel School Listed in the Top 10 Hospitality Management Institutes Worldwide

GMIT International Hotel School Listed in the Top 10 Hospitality Management Institutes Worldwide

Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) has an international reputation for offering industry-relevant courses to the Tourism industry since opening in 1972. The Galway International Hotel School in GMIT has been listed in the Top 10 Hospitality Management Institutes worldwide by global publication Education.Com. The school was the first Higher Education Institute in Ireland to offer […]

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Minister Foley Announces Leaving Certificate Calculated Grades to Issue to Students Directly through the Student Calculated Grades Portal on 7 September

Minister Foley Announces Leaving Certificate Calculated Grades to Issue to Students Directly through the Student Calculated Grades Portal on 7 September

Minister for Education Norma Foley TD today announced that Calculated Grades results will issue directly to students through the student portal on 7 September at 9.00am. Results will also issue simultaneously to students’ schools. Schools will be asked to provide support to students in an appropriate way on the day, through enabling students to come […]

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ENLIGHT Recognized as a European University

ENLIGHT Recognized as a European University

NUI Galway is among the nine European universities in the ENLIGHT consortium to promote equitable quality of Life, sustainability & Global engagement through Higher education Transformation. The consortium of 9 European universities was selected in the framework of the second call for “European Universities”, the European Commission’s pilot program for new multilateral networks. ENLIGHT is […]

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IADT Moves Toward EU University Status

IADT Moves Toward EU University Status

The National Film School at IADT has successfully secured in excess of €1.1 million in funding to explore and develop an EU University for the Film & Media Arts. The European Universities initiative is a key milestone for the EU in building the Universities of the future, in promoting European values and identity and in […]

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1916 Bursary Fund

1916 Bursary Fund

The 1916 bursary applications remain open for some participating institutions.

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TU Access to Apprenticeship Programme Online Information Webinar

TU Access to Apprenticeship Programme Online Information Webinar

The Access to Apprenticeship Programme Team are holding an online information webinar on Tuesday the 21st July at 2p.m. They are still taking applications for the upcoming September Programme, the closing date to send in applications is the 20th of August. The webinar will give you an overview of the Access to Apprenticeship Programme; the […]

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DCU Announces The Naughton Family Chair in STEM Education

DCU Announces The Naughton Family Chair in STEM Education

Photo (L-R) Fiona Naughton, Prof. Brian MacCraith, Minister Simon Harris, Prof. Daire Keogh and Prof. Anne Looney Dublin City University has announced The Naughton Family Chair in STEM Education. The Chair was launched by the new Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris at DCU’s Institute for Education on its St. […]

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CIT to Provide Funded Course Places To Address Industry Skills Needs

CIT to Provide Funded Course Places To Address Industry Skills Needs

Under the 2020 Springboard+ and Human Capital Initiatives, Cork Institute of Technology has secured in excess of €4.5M to provide almost 800 course places for those who are seeking to reskill or upskill. Approximately 550 of these places will become available in September 2020 with the balance becoming available over the following two years. These […]

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UCD Smurfit Executive MBA Achieves Highest Placement in QS World University Rankings

UCD Smurfit Executive MBA Achieves Highest Placement in QS World University Rankings

The QS World University Rankings has rated one of University College Dublin’s (UCD) business programmes among the best in the world. Digital Journalist / Media Officer David Kearns reports that The Executive Masters of Business Administration (EMBA) programme offered by the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School was ranked globally at 32nd, and 15th in Europe, […]

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Student Accommodation Options at IT Sligo

Student Accommodation Options at IT Sligo

IT Sligo students have great choice of student accommodation whilst enjoying one of Ireland’s most affordable student destinations. Sligo offers a range of purpose built student accommodation, self-catering options and digs, situated within an easy walking distance from 1 to 12 minute walk of their campus. The standard of student villages is very high with […]

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Griffith College Announces Annual STEAM and Creative Bursaries Winners

Griffith College Announces Annual STEAM and Creative Bursaries Winners

Griffith College have announced the winners of their STEAM and Creative bursaries for the 2019/2020 academic year. Nine Schools Benefit From Bursary Griffith College has announced that nine schools from across Ireland, including DEIS schools, have benefited from this year’s STEAM and Creative bursaries. Each school is allocated a monetary gift, while some schools received […]

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Webinar for Incoming First Year Students with Disabilities

Webinar for Incoming First Year Students with Disabilities

There will be a free webinar AHEAD and TCD Student Union have put together for incoming first year students with disabilities in any higher education college this September which is taking place on Thursday 25th June. Webinar for Students with Disabilities The webinar will be facilitated by Hannah Kelly(Ahead) and 4 people with disabilities from […]

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Video: Online Foundation Programme for Working in Residential Services Course

Video: Online Foundation Programme for Working in Residential Services Course

Have you left school recently and are still weighing up different course / career options? Then this video about the online social care course, Foundation Programme for Working in Residential Services may be of help. Online Foundation Programme for Working in Residential Services Check out what young graduate, Harry W. has to say about how […]

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Only 1 Day to go Until the Virtual Education Expo

Only 1 Day to go Until the Virtual Education Expo

On June 18th a new online event will connect prospective students with leading course providers through a virtual platform. This FREE Virtual Education Expo will host an exciting line-up of universities, colleges, institutes and businesses promoting their courses. You can log in from 10am until 4pm on Thursday 18th June from your laptop, tablet or phone. About […]

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Survey Reveals Key Considerations for Prospective DCU Students

Survey Reveals Key Considerations for Prospective DCU Students

A survey of prospective first year DCU Students carried out by Dublin City University has found that over 40% are concerned about adapting to their new online learning environment while three out of ten are worried about making friends when they start college in September. Incoming first year students will now be taking up places […]

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