Research indicates traditional methods of learning provide superior outcomes for students.

(...) been told. Tom Butler, professor in business information systems at University College Cork, said the(...)

(...) economic growth for the first time since 2008, according to the Michael Smurfit graduate business school at(...)

Neil Murphy: “My role involves managing research, consulting and advising on integrating Universal Design into our public spaces . . .” Photograph: Jason Clarke Photography

(...) transport systems, buying their products . . . and using information technology. It’s about making good(...)

(...) technology may have arrived too late for many of them. The restoration of appropriate soil for plant habitat(...)

Charlie Fell: wrote movingly about his battle with pancreatic cancer. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A cancer research fellowship in honour of campaigner and Irish Times columnist Charlie Fell was announced yesterday at University College Cork. Fell (...)

Expressway: Hibernia says its service can deliver messages six milliseconds faster than other fibre-optic cables. Illustration: Ben Miners/Ikon/Getty

(...) technology. Spawning headlines HFT, as those in the know like to call it, spawns headlines such as “Humans(...)

Digicel had previously teamed up with currency dealer George Sores and Mr Pun’s Yoma group in an unsuccessful bid to win a licence in Myanmar

Denis O’Brien’s Digicel has agreed to sell its 75 per cent holding in Digicel Asian Holdings (DAH), a consortium formed with Burmese  tycoon S(...)

The management buyout was led by chief executive Gary Duffy, who already owned about 20 per cent of the business

Senior management at Cork-based Excelsys Technologies Ltd have acquired control of the business(...)

Students at the Gradireland fair can avail of opportunities at the event in the RDS, such as tips for dressing for interviews, CV workshops, and meeting potential employers and graduates who are currently on their programmes. The organisers say there will be more than 120 companies at the event

(...) science graduates because they have a lot of business that’s relevant to that. “All of the big firms who(...)

Graduating students may be looking to move towards work or further study

(...) range of areas including technology, law, finance and languages.” College careers advisers have(...)