University College Cork has told the Dail’s spending watchdog that it is “fully financially sustainable” despite failing to file its 2018 financial accounts on time, it can be revealed.
Academics at three Dublin training colleges are discussing their concerns over a DCU merger today.
DON’T call me a “Polyester Protestant”. There’s nothing flimsy about me. I’m an Irish Linen Protestant, woven with the blood, sweat and tears of my exiled Huguenot ancestors.
Computing and business degrees are seen as hot tickets for the class of 2013, if rises in CAO points are anything to go by.
Cork Institute of Technology and IT Tralee are moving ahead with plans to apply for technological university (TU) status.
Tighter controls on numbers training to become teachers are needed to ensure the high standard of applicants is not reduced as jobs become more scarce.
Less than half of the families whose children attend Church of Ireland schools are Protestant, research has found.
Building work is set to start on a new €30m building project at St Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Dublin, after Tánaiste and Education Minister Mary Coughlan approved the contract for the project this week.
NEWLY-qualified teachers are applying for jobs in Britain, Dubai and New Zealand with up to half of this year’s graduates unable to find temporary or permanent posts, according teachers’ unions.
POINTS requirements for most courses show that students are turning away from those tied to the dwindling economy, and construction in particular, opting instead for more general degrees.
A FEW weeks ago over 500 student teachers marched from the Department of Education to the Dáil to highlight three issues of enormous importance for the education system.
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