Rosalie Engels is a German student in her third year of European Studies from Trinity College. She is currently on Erasmus in Italy where she observed a different perspective about the European Union.
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A new category of university will further enhance the quality of education
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UCD plans major changes to biggest third-level course in the country
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UCD leads way with positions in global top 50 for veterinary science and English
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Official Languages Act and EU status have opened doors for grads with Irish qualifications
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University scholarships and bursaries can make further study a possibility for many
Differentiating between what’s on offer and ensuring your course has credibility in the labour market is key
Institutes of technology have courses to cater to every interest – from finance to computing and from cyberpsychology to medical device design
There is a wide range of courses for students wishing to embark on further study
Research shows that advanced degree holders are more employable and earn higher salaries
Postgraduate programme will add set of cross-sectoral skills to enhance employability
MSc in Advertising at Dublin Institute of Technology
MA in international security and conflict at Dublin City University
Studying at the Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School in UCD
Christmas is over and it won't be long before the summer is upon us. For some it will be time to start thinking of trying for that great job, whether full-time or part-time.
There are plenty of options available to students in their final year, from graduate programmes to working abroad or further study
It’s time to switch foundation for warmer weather
More than half of all undergraduates now go on to postgraduate study and there are plenty of courses to choose from
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