NCAD students protesting against what they allege to be  “underfunding, overcrowding, the mismanagement of accounts and miscommunication” at the institution. Photograph: NCAD See the Future

Nearly 300 students gathered at the National College of Art and Design (NCAD) today calling for improvements in the education and welfare of students (...)

Mount Pleasant Square in Ranelagh is a bit of an anomaly; it is the only curved “square” in the city of Dublin, and has just three sides, two of whic(...)

Graduation day at Dublin Business School

Royal College of Surgeons Ireland MSc in healthcare management The MSc in healthcare management is designed to develop health professionals(...)

Angela McDonagh is in her second year of a master’s degree in fine arts (MFA) at the National College of Art and Design (NCAD). From Dublin, and livin(...)

When the graphic designer and artist Jan de Fouw, who has died aged 85, first arrived in Dublin from his native Netherlands in 1951, his skills were i(...)

“Every new business needs to offer a solution to an unsolved problem,” says  Dr Bruce Martin

Ireland has made great strides in recent years in increasing the number of graduates qualifying in the broad science, technology, engineering and math(...)

Chart-topping lecturers: Kieran McGuinness of Delorentos and James Byrne of Villagers, who teach at BIMM. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Is it distracting when your lecturers are world-famous, chart-topping musicians? Earlier this month, students at the British and Irish Modern Music(...)

Exterior of the National College of Art and Design, Thomas St, Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

Members of the Public Accounts Committee have described as “scandalous” the provision of €100 million to the National College of Art and Design (NCAD)(...)

Students on UCD campus in Belfield. Photograph: Frank Miller

College choices. Maybe you’re lucky and you’ve already got it all figured out. Or maybe you’re unlucky enough to think you have it all figured out.(...)

The advice is clear: study languages, go for an IT course, get a job in construction, think about science and engineering. This, students are told, is(...)