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UL ethical housing seminar

University of Limerick_UN

The University of Limerick will host a President of Ireland’s Ethics Initiative Symposium: The Ethics of ‘Home’: Direct Provision, Homelessness, and Ireland’s Housing Policy on Tuesday 24 June 2014, 12:30 – 2:30, Exhibition Area, Limerick City Hall. The symposium’s center is the morals of lodging strategy in the spaces of homelessness and immediate procurement (convenience for refuge seekers). The Session ... Read More »

Colleges to be called ‘universities’ in bid for foreign students

Trinity College

Colleges and institutes of technology will be allowed to describe themselves as a ‘university’ when trying to attract foreign students. nternational students are coveted by all colleges as they pay higher fees than domestic undergraduates. But students from many countries do not rate third-level institutions unless they have the title ‘university’ in their name. The perception leaves institutes of technology ... Read More »

Global rankings reveal Irish universities strong in humanities but weak in science

Trinity College Dublin

No Irish college makes the top 100 for maths, computers or engineering in subject poll Irish universities are performing at a much higher level internationally in arts and humanities than in science and technology, according to the latest in a series of rankings for the sector published. Trinity College Dublin (TCD) remains the country’s best-performing institution, making the top 200 ... Read More »

Dublin universities may change NI exam admissions criteria

Dublin City University

By Robbie Meredith Two of the Republic of Ireland’s leading universities are considering an increase in their intake of students from Northern Ireland. Many popular courses at universities in the Republic are inaccessible to Northern Ireland students. This is due to a system that compares A-level results with the Republic’s Leaving Certificate qualification. Now, Trinity College Dublin and Dublin City ... Read More »

Irish universities least valuable to big business

Irish Universities

A new study has found that universities in Ireland and the UK are ranked the least valuable to big business. The index, compiled by Times Higher Education, examined how the world’s top universities compete for research funding from industry. The study looked at the amount of money top universities in 30 countries globally attracted from big business for research into ... Read More »

Ireland: Two universities get €14m in non-State funding

Trinity College Dublin and NUI Galway separately have won non-exchequer funding worth a combined €14 million, money that will support the creation of almost 60 research jobs. Trinity College Dublin announced €8 million in non-State funding had been acquired so far this year, about 35 per cent from European industry and 65 per cent from the EU. This is more ... Read More »

Rwanda: Kagame – NUR, Irish Universities in Students' Exchange Programme

The National University of Rwanda (NUR) is hosting students who are doing Masters Degrees in Development practice from two Irish Universities of Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin. This visit is a result of a joint program between the Trinity College Dublin, the University College Dublin and the NUR. The students from these two Dublin universities are in Rwanda ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes