IUA welcomes 2022 European Universities Initiative results

The Irish Universities Association (IUA) has welcomed the announcement of the results of the 2022 call for the European Universities Initiative (EUI).  Six IUA Universities are members of the European Universities alliances – Dublin City […]


ATU – one university for a unique region

Atlantic Technological University (ATU) was established in April 2022 following the merger of three institutes of technology – Galway-Mayo (GMIT), Letterkenny (LYIT) and Sligo (IT Sligo).  With over 22,000 registered students across eight campuses stretching […]


A new kind of learning space

What happens when you want to rent a building to start a business and the estate agent guy doesn’t show up? You move the idea to the online world, of course. That’s what school teacher […]


Higher Options 2022

Making an informed decision about your future career path is vital, and The Irish Times’ Higher Options Expo gives second level students the opportunity to engage with representatives from Universities, Colleges and information organisations within […]


SCFE shaping your future

Experiences over the past couple of years have highlighted the fundamental importance of the teaching relationship and the professional skills of our teachers to learning outcomes.  Supporting student wellbeing, mental health and confidence are understood […]


A career in getting things moving

The ‘Earn as you learn’ Logistics Associate Apprenticeship (LAA) launched by the Technological University Dublin City Campus in September 2018 offers career and education options for school leavers and mature students who prefer paid, on-the-job […]


TUs awarded €19m under the national recovery plan

A consortium of Technological Universities in Ireland has been awarded an initial allocation of Ä18.81m under the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP) to support teaching and learning reforms arising from the experiences of digitally […]


Liberties College – A well deserved reputation

ESTABLISHED over 50 years ago, Liberties College has earned a well-deserved reputation as a major centre for Further Education and Training in Dublin.  Situated in the heart of the Liberties and just a stone’s throw […]


66,000 primary pupils in supersized classes say INTO

The Department of Education’s new report on class sizes in Ireland, titled ‘Statistical Bulletin – July 2022, Overview of Education 2001 – 2021’, provides a damning assessment on the size of Ireland’s supersized classes, according […]


Looking for adventure? Looking for a challenge?

The Irish Naval Service is recruiting now The Naval Service is the State’s principal seagoing agency with a general responsibility to meet contingent and maritime defence requirements.  It is tasked with a variety of defence […]