Need to Realise All-island Potential For Higher Education

Need to Realise All-island Potential For Higher Education

Fine Gael TD and spokesperson on European Affairs, Neale Richmond has called for the realisation of the all-island potential for higher education with the announcement of the new Dublin-Belfast economic corridor. Speaking during Taoiseach’s Questions in the Dáil, Richmond, said: “Figures released to me by the Minister of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and […]

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CAO to extend its services

CAO to extend its services

The CAO recently announced (in its Strategic Plan 2013-2017) aims to extend its services to cover applications to all courses in further and higher education, including all post-secondary part-time programmes. The aim of the expansion is to make it easier for to students to navigate the options that are available to them. It seems an […]

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Grants go down as value of education goes up

Grants go down as value of education goes up

Getting to college has always been a commendable achievement in an academic sense, but the funding challenges faced by students now makes it a financial one too. The value of further and third-level education to students has never been higher. Jobs are becoming more complex and because there is still a shortage for them, competition […]

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