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Farmers Assets targetted to Save on Cost of Education Grants
In 2011 there was an indication that farmers could lose their means assessed entitlement to ...
Institutes of Technology – Industrial and Student Engagers
It was realised from the inception of Institutes of Technology, that they could play a ...
Psychology Taster Weekend
Have you always been interested in Psychology? Would you like to find out more about ...
New Grant Scheme by Trinity College
Trinity College Dublin (TCD), which is ranked as 65th in the top 100 world universities, ...
A Questionable Government Cut to Languages
The exorbitant amount of job alerts and job advertisements looking for graduates with one or ...
Going to College in Recessionary Times
There are those who predict that the Bleak Economy will have far-Reaching effects on Higher ...
Leading Environmental Educators Visit the Burren
Landscape charity, the Burrenbeo Trust, will host some of America’s and Europe’s leading thinkers and ...
Science – Key to Economic Recovery
The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD, and the Minister for Research ...
An Educational Amalgamation
Qualifications and Quality Assurance Ireland (QQAI), is soon to replace FETAC, HETAC, NQAI and IUQB ...
School League Tables: A Subject of Contention
The Sunday Times recently published its annual School League Tables which tracks progression of students ...
Joan Burton’s Pathways to Work Plan
Social Protection Minister Joan Burton’s ‘Pathways to Work’ is an ambitious plan to expand services ...
Solas – A promising light in grim economic times
Nearly a year ago, Minister for Education & Skills, Ruairí Quinn, announced details of the ...
Skills Shortages, Where to Look
Despite the on-going economic stagnation – there are employment opportunities and certain skills shortages in ...
Give Your Summer a Multi-Cultural Twist
With students from Peru, Brazil, Spain, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Hungary, and even Ireland trying ...
New Student Grant System
Minister for Education Ruairi Quinn recently announced the introduction of a centralised online system for ...
Ipad – Classroom Friend or Foe?
A leading psychologist has warned parents that excessive use of smartphones and iPads could be ...
Maths but not as we know it!
The State Examinations Commission and the Education Minister have faced a lot of criticism and ...
The Reality of Higher Grades
According to a recent report by The State Exams Commission: Leaving Certificate and Junior Certificate ...
Motions Fitness Open Evening
If you are interested in becoming a Fitness Instructor/Personal Trainer then you should attend an ...
Students reassured of exam integrity
The Minister for Education and Skills, Ruairí Quinn TD, has re-assured students that the integrity ...