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Sixteen UK higher education institutions are to benefit from a £50 million investment in research projects designed to drive economic growth, the universities and science minister has said.
Eight Irish universities have made the global top 200 for specific subject areas in the QS World University Rankings.
Two-thirds of students who attend fee-paying secondary schools go on to higher level education, compared to about 40 per cent of students from other school types, new figures from the Department of Education have shown.
More than half of Irish 30-34-year-olds have completed third level education
Chivalry is not dead. The Taoiseach proved as much when he rushed to the aid of a damsel in distress while launching the 50th anniversary celebrations for the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition.
Only three of the eight candidates to be interviewed for next president of UCD are internal applicants, setting up the possibility of an external appointment for the first time in the institution’s history.
STUDENTS sometimes get a bad press, but now their hard work and achievements across a range of extra-curricular activities are being recognised by a new awards scheme.
One in five students now choosing technology as first preference
Higher educational standards and instilling an entrepreneurial instinct in students can lead to benefits for all
Efficient and inclusive decision-making will help universities to gain the support of their communities, says Ferdinand von Prondzynski