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Foreign universities bid to lure our students

University College Dublin

More than 40 universities from around the world are moving to lure Irish students abroad to pursue their studies. Third-level colleges from Europe, the US, Canada and Australia, as well as student recruitment agencies, will be represented at the Student World Fair, which is being held in University College Dublin on March 29. Increasingly, universities in Europe are offering students ... Read More »

UCD in world top 100 universities for agriculture and forestry

University College Dublin

University College Dublin (UCD) has been named in the global top 100 universities for agriculture and forestry in the QS World University Rankings by subject 2014, it was announced this morning. The rankings by subject identify the world’s strongest universities in 30 different subject areas. In total seven Irish universities made the top 200 in the subject rankings for an ... Read More »

Universities buck advice by adding courses

Scotland Universities

By Niall Murray The number of degrees offered by universities is rising despite pressure to reduce them and help slow the race for points between Leaving Certificate students. With the exception of University College Dublin, universities’ course numbers have risen or are largely unchanged in the nearly three years since the initial agreement that offering fewer but broader general entry ... 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 »

Eight Irish universities feature in world rankings

Trinity College Dublin

Eight Irish universities feature on this year’s QS World University Rankings by Subject. Now in its third year, the ranking series reveals the top 200 universities in the world for 30 individual subjects. Irish institutions featured in 28 of the 30 subjects. Trinity College Dublin is the country’s best-performing university with four of its subjects ranking in the top 50. ... Read More »

UK’s Plymouth University partners Sri Lanka’s B-school

Plymouth-University

UK’s Plymouth University, ranked among the top10 modern UK universities in the world, recorded its partnership with Sri Lanka’s National School of Business Management (NSBM). Plymouth University’s President and Vice Chancellor, Wendy Purcell were present at the launch. The chief guest was Minister of Education,Bandula Gunawardena. Monitoring MP for Education and Skills Development and Youth Affairs, Mohanlal Grero was also ... 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 »

Yale takes next step for Global Network

In a move that will be closely watched by many top universities in the US and Europe, 21 business schools from as far afield as the US, China, Brazil and South Africa, have announced their intention of setting up a global network that could potentially become one of the most influential groups of schools over the next decade. Masterminded by ... Read More »

American college students seek 4-year degrees overseas

Highly regarded American universities would have welcomed Nicoletta Knoble as a student next fall, but she has her sights set on King’s College at Cambridge University in England. The chance to study against a backdrop of elegant, Old World buildings amid a storied history was attractive to the senior from Benet Academy in Lisle, but saving many thousands of dollars ... Read More »

Irish colleges outside top 50 for finance courses

If you want to make a career in finance, Irish universities are not the place to do it, according to a new report. The latest QS Top Universities ranking for careers in accounting and finance shows no Irish university in the top 50, with Trinity the highest ranked at 55. University College Dublin came in at 61 while Queens University ... Read More »

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