Phil Baty, rankings editor at Times Higher Education, said: “This is a real shock result for Ireland – not only has TCD fallen further away from the world top 100 list, but UCD has plummeted out of the top 200 altogether.” Photograph:  ThinkStock

UCD has fallen out of the world’s top 200 universities in a prestigious global league table, just three years after it dropped out of the top 100.The (...)

The latest QS rankings, one of the big three international league tables, shows Trinity College Dublin remains Ireland’s top university although it dropped from joint 61st place to joint 71st.  Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Irish universities lost some more ground to Asian competitors in the latest university rankings published today.The QS rankings, one of the big three (...)

More than 500 researchers are based at the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute

The Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute (TBSI) has created 119 jobs for researchers over the past two years and partnered with 76 companies to under(...)

Trinity College Dublin is revamping the way it does business with businesses. Under its latest guise the university’s corporate link between re(...)

The higher-education institutions are going to have to cut another €25 million from their collective funding due to Budget provisions, but that is not(...)

University College Dublin rose 26 places in the latest rankings to 161st in the world. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The latest international university ranking has delivered a mixed performance for Ireland with Trinity College Dublin falling back 19 places while Uni(...)

Paul Duffy: ‘Sometimes in Ireland we can be a little critical of people who try.’

Paul Duffy may spend his time travelling the world as the chairman and chief executive of the Absolut Company, but he hasn’t forgotten his roots. Back(...)