Healthy UCD Walks

Healthy UCD Walks

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UCD is promoting heart health by launching new Healthy UCD walks round the campus. This walk utilises our woodland paths and has marks every 0.5km so you can easily keep…
NUI Galway Launch First Music Degree

NUI Galway Launch First Music Degree

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In September 2018, NUI Galway admitted its first cohort of students undertaking a Bachelor of Arts honours degree in Music. This is an exciting development for music making and music…
NUI Galway Symposium on Sexual Consent

NUI Galway Symposium on Sexual Consent

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This NUI Galway Symposium will critically examine the grey areas of sexual consent. What Role Can Performance Play in Changing the Script? This symposium puts the participants work in conversation…
DCU unveils €15 million Student Centre: ‘The U’

DCU unveils €15 million Student Centre: ‘The U’

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Still weighing up where to study? DCU might just have something to tip that scale. They have just opened a state-of-the-art student centre dedicated to enhancing your experience at DCU…
Maynooth University Open Days

Maynooth University Open Days

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Start planning your visit to Maynooth for their next Open Day on November 23rd and 24th 2018. Throughout the open days, student ambassadors lead guided tours of the campus and…
NUI Galway Exhibition on New Face of Italian Publishing

NUI Galway Exhibition on New Face of Italian Publishing

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His Excellency Paolo Serpi, Ambassador of Italy to Ireland, and Professor Brian Hughes, Dean of International Affairs, NUI Galway, will officially open a new exhibition, Cover Revolution! Illustrators and the…
Special Feature: Why Study at DFEi?

Special Feature: Why Study at DFEi?

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Dun Laoghaire Further Education Institute; another route to college. Ahead of their information days in August and September, the lovely staff at DFEi give us their (completely unbiased) opinion on…
Government needs to invest more in PLC courses – NAPD

Government needs to invest more in PLC courses – NAPD

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Ireland’s Post-Leaving Certificate education system is a success, but the government needs to increase funding for PLC courses. That’s according to the National Association of Principals and Deputy Principals (NAPD).…
Richard Bruton takes on private international colleges

Richard Bruton takes on private international colleges

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Education Minister Richard Bruton is expected to propose new legislation to regulate third-level and private international colleges. Under the new legislation, Institutes of Technology would become designated awarding bodies. In…
USI condemns proposed student loan scheme

USI condemns proposed student loan scheme

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The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) says that a student loan scheme is not an effective way to fund college education. They have a point. Large numbers of students in…
Essay mills come under fire

Essay mills come under fire

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The Department of Education is to introduce laws to prosecute essay mills – companies who write students’ essays in exchange for money. These paid-for essays are original work. However, someone…