They are where witty, argumentative, confident students go to earn their stripes, and a top goal each year is to make it through the rounds of the prestigious Irish Times Debate competition, now in its 55th year
A new national suicide strategy to tackle mental health in schools is a step forward, but experts say there is an urgent need for dedicated counselling services
Make sure your CV does not contain any typos and that it highlights your strong points
Graduate positions in retail, finance and the civil service are among those that are up for grabs
Job prospects look good for students at this year’s graduate fair, where up to 4,000 positions will be on offer
Is the narrative about continuous youth emigration finally changing? The demand for skilled graduates is up this year
‘I now do all the social media content for the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland and I absolutely love it’
‘I think I was lucky because I’ve gone into catering, I’m slowly getting more qualified as a chef’
‘I had heard about the graduate medical entry programme [at RCSI] and the experience you can get’
‘Some of the lecturers we had were involved with maths and physics education and I liked the look of what they were doing’
There are plenty of options available to students in their final year, from graduate programmes to working abroad or further study
They graduate with high expectations, but may be setting themselves up for disappointment
The benefits of a good home-school relationship – and how to manage it – will be discussed at this year’s Féilte education festival
The transition from college to work can be tough. A student who hopped over hurdles to the finish now wonders: where’s the prize?
Students here do not participate in class as much as in the US, Irish survey finds
We are in a race to keep pace with our digital children who don’t know a pre-internet world. With all the potential risks, how do we guide, protect, instruct and parent?
Competition is tight, so here’s the inside track for students hoping to make it to the exhibition
By 2016 philanthropist Chuck Feeney will have given €1.5 billion to education projects in Ireland. A weighty new photographic book illustrates his generosity here and abroad
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