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The challenge to third level institutions in making the case for postgraduate studies has become progressively more difficult as the economy improved in recent  years.

Graduates in Ireland considering their career options are doing so in an economy which saw a 1.5 per cent or 35,300 increase to 2,410,100 in the labou(...)

Jeanie Lewis and her husband visiting from Chicago.

When Jeanie Lewis, who is from Chicago, started tracing her family history a few years ago, she was able to find out a certain amount of information b(...)

International and local research shows that higher levels of education increase employability as well as salary. Photograph: iStockphoto/Getty

Graduates considering their career options are doing so in a rapidly improving economic situation. Unemployment continues to fall in the euro area whe(...)

Online resources are changing the way students learn

Students are taking control of their own learning. Where once it was all school, homework and grinds, the online world has revolutionised learning. (...)

Microsoft’s new streamlined Edge browser
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Microsoft’s new streamlined Edge browser From January 12th, 2016, Microsoft will cease to support all older versions of the Internet Explorer web brow(...)

Simone Walsh (21) is from Glasnevin in Dublin. She is training to be a primary-school teacher online with Hibernia College. (...)

Test-tube trials: scientist Conor Courtney shows Taoiseach Enda Kenny a DNA extraction experiment at the Science Gallery in Trinity College, Dublin. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Should we go online to learn? Poor teaching and what can be done about underperformance, figured on the airwaves last week on RTÉ’s “Toda(...)