National Awards Event Recognises 870 Teaching Heroes

National Awards Event Recognises 870 Teaching Heroes

The livestreamed USI Student Achievement Awards Ireland recognised 870 Teaching Heroes across 32 higher education institutions following a national nomination campaign in late 2020. The Teaching Hero Awards, which took place on 30th April 2021 are co-ordinated through a partnership between the National Forum, the Union of Students in Ireland and other students’ unions across […]

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Ways to Learn Irish

Ways to Learn Irish

The  Union of Students in Ireland (USI) present a panel discussion on ways to learn Irish, learning Irish during COVID and advantages of learning Irish. The panel takes place Fri, 6 November 2020 13:00 – 14:00 GMT Register here Ócáid dátheangach d’fhoghlaimeoirí na Gaeilge faoi na bealaí éagsúla chun teanga a fhoghlaim, leideanna, acmhainní, agus […]

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Part Time Jobs: Can You Afford to Work And Study?

Part Time Jobs: Can You Afford to Work And Study?

The economy is roaring along, afloat a tide of potential money. It’s roaring too for workers, whoever and from wherever to feed its monstrous appetite for productivity. The full-time work-force is at stretching point, the Celtic Phoenix demands students to fill the vacancies that nobody else wants if they can avoid them: burger making, all-night […]

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What are your Rights When it Comes to Accommodation?

What are your Rights When it Comes to Accommodation?

In this economy, it’s not easy living away from home. What makes a hard task even harder is when you’re being treated badly by a landlord. But when it comes to accommodation, what are your rights? What are my rights in the rental market? You should never have to live in squalor. If your home […]

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