A vermin infestation, broken showers, a leaking roof, and unsecured ceiling fittings are just some of the alleged problems with a Cork sports hall, leading to claims that Coláiste Stiofáin Naofa (CSN) students are being treated like “second-class citizens”.
Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) and the Institute of Technology Tralee (ITT) have submitted a formal application to the Minister for Education and Skills, Joe McHugh, to seek designation as the Munster Technological University (MTU).
University of Limerick 2-13 Cork Institute of Technology 1-11... UL’s growing reputation as a football stronghold was further enhanced yesterday as the Limerick university sealed a fourth successive Sigerson Cup quarter-final appearance.
Nimbus Research Centre, in collaboration with SteriTrack, are proud to host a ground-breaking event for 2018 “Beyond the Internet of Things – How to harness the next wave of digital technology and investment” at Cork’s newest venue, Páirc Uí Chaoimh, on January 22, 2018.
The Dáil public accounts committee has demanded that Cork Institute of Technology explain why it spent €13,000 on a “banquet” for its retiring president which involved a “red carpet, marquee, and ice-sculpture of a dolphin” as students are struggling for help.
The Irish space industry took a giant leap forward yesterday as Cork welcomed delegates to the International Space Studies Program, where 320 international professionals, academics and astronauts will spend the next nine weeks in the city.
One of the world’ best known astronauts Dr Buzz Aldrin, who was due to launch the International Space University’s (ISU) 30th Space Studies Program (SSP17) in Cork on June 26 has announced that, with great regret, he is being forced to withdraw from the event on medical advice.