NUI Galway. Photograph: Nevan McCartin

While university campuses have been closed down and the public cannot gather in any significant numbers for the foreseeable future, third-level instit(...)

CAO Round Two: Students have until midday on Friday, 25 September, to accept if they receive an offer.

Download full Level 8 Round 2 listings here Download Level 6 and 7 ordinary bachelor degree/ higher certificate courses here Some 1,098 applicants (...)

Trinity College Dublin: Some senior higher education figures are worried students will defer over fears of losing out on the traditional college experience. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Universities are to limit the number of students who are allowed to defer taking up their places amid concern that many may choose to take a gap year (...)

If you are accepting a place in college, you should visit the campus to get a feel for itsteps to take as you prepare for the next stage of your education

A long and difficult year has finally come to a close. Almost 80,000 applicants were able to view their college offers from 2pm on the Central Applica(...)

Round One CAO offers will be available to view online from 2pm today.

It’s been a long and difficult year but the wait for this year’s crop of prospective third-level students ends today. Tens of thousands of applicants(...)

The points for any given third-level course can rise or fall each year and is determined by the law of supply and demand.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The Central Applications Office (CAO) is a not-for-profit company established by the higher education institutions in the Republic of Ireland. College(...)

The second round of CAO offers will take place on Wednesday, August 28th. Photograph: iStock

Thousands of third-level applicants who received an offer of a college course from the Central Applications Office (CAO) have until this evening to ac(...)

Tens of thousands of students will find out at 2pm today if their college application has been successful when offers are made through the Central App(...)

The SEC does not keep data on “grind schools”, which do not receive any public funding. Photograph: iStock

The best way to use these lists is by looking at them alongside other information, including whole-school evaluations (WSEs) and subject inspection re(...)

Surveys have repeatedly shown that the number of Irish children able to speak a second language is well below the EU norm. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Lithuanian and Korean will be taught from this week as part of a drive to diversify the number of languages on the curriculum in Irish schools. Lith(...)

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