Carlow Institute of Technology  mechanical engineering students  built their own single-seated Formula One style race car

Carlow Institute of Technology When is open day? Carlow Campus: November 16th Wexford Campus: November 17th Life on campus Just 10 minutes’ wal(...)

Many law graduates don’t go on to work in law, and you’ll find law graduates in other areas such as banking and finance. Above, the Courts of Criminal Justice on Parkgate St, Dublin. Photograph: Dave Meehan

An undergraduate law degree won’t qualify you to become a barrister or solicitor. For that, you will need to pass further exams. And you don’t need an(...)

Julie Sinnamon, chief executive of Enterprise Ireland. “We live in uncertain times, and Brexit will prove a challenge for many regional enterprises”

Small and medium-sized enterprises have been advised to carry out their own research on how Britain’s EU exit will affect their business. Enterprise (...)

Students on UCD’s campus: Overall non-progression rates of 15 per cent compare favourably to international rates. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

One in six third-level students – or 6,200 a year – are dropping out of their college courses during their first year, according to the latest officia(...)

Graduates of the Master of Fine Art in Design from NCAD have career opportunities in industry, design consultancies, creative enterprise and education

For every professional area imaginable, there is a postgraduate course that can help further your education and your career. Maynooth University Top(...)

Bus Feda driver Donal Sweeney at IT Sligo on the company’s Donegal/Galway route. Photograph: Brian Farrell

Brian O’Donnell, who runs the Donegal-based private bus company, Bus Feda, will not entertain charges that he has cherry-picked a lucrative bus route(...)

Many ITs do not offer on-campus accommodation but are located near student villages or work with students to source other private rentals.

CARLOW INSITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY When is it open day? The Carlow Campus Open Day takes place on November 17th and Wexford Campus Open Day takes plac(...)

 Judge Leonie Reynolds in 2010. The Circuit Court judge has been nominated for a High Court position. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Government has nominated Leonie Reynolds, a daughter of the former taoiseach Albert Reynolds, to be a judge of the High Court. Ms Reynolds is a (...)

Geraldine McLaughlin is chaired shoulder high after scoring 3-8 in Termon’s win over  Cork side Mourneabey in the All-Ireland club final. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

By now ‘prolific’ should be Geraldine McLaughlin’s middle name, the 22-year-old Donegal Gaelic footballer the possessor of a remarkable scoring recor(...)

Students at Waterford Institute of Technology. Photograph: Patrick Browne

It is the education issue that has largely flown under the radar. Just before the general-election campaign started, the Government rushed to make a (...)