The coronavirus pandemic has already changed how we think about higher education. Photograph: iStock

As uncertainty surrounding the longevity of social distancing measures is likely to continue into the autumn at the very least, the rush to move third(...)

Students will have to familiarise themselves with using the virtual learning environment  this year  due to  the increasing emphasis on  social distancing caused by the Covid-19 virus.

As prospective students finalise their CAO choices and social restrictions introduced to disrupt the coronavirus pandemic are eased, what should this (...)

Helen Brophy, director of UCD Smurfit Executive Development and Prof Anthony Brabazon, Dean of UCD College of Business. Photograph: Shane O’Neill, Coalesce.

UCD Smurfit Executive Development has for the first time been featured in the prestigious 2020 Financial Times Executive Education Rankings for both i(...)

‘UCD Smurfit School has now been listed among the world’s top business education providers by the Financial Times for two decades,’ said Prof  Anthony Brabazon, dean of UCD College of Business

The UCD Smurfit Executive Development Centre and Irish Management Institute (IMI) have both been ranked among the best business schools globally. Thi(...)

Usit Ireland specialised in US summer work and related travel programmes. Photograph: Martin Barraud

The High Court has confirmed the appointment of liquidators to companies in the well-known Usit student travel group. The firms, which employed some(...)

Insurers have started investing heavily in artificial intelligence solutions. Photograph: Getty Images

A data-driven industry, it would seem insurance was an industry ripe for digital disruption. Yet while the potential was seen some time ago, in practi(...)

Sustainable finance has been identified as a key pillar in “Ireland for Finance”, the strategy for the development of Ireland’s international financial services sector to 2025. Photograph: iStock

The announcement in recent weeks from the world’s largest funds manager, BlackRock Inc, that it intends to make sustainability the “new standard for i(...)

The vast majority of Irish firms are falling into “the sustainable trap”. Photograph: iStock

Given the times we live in, the environmental and social impact of the supply chain is becoming as critical as its effective management. Unsurprisingl(...)

Researchers at Queens University Belfast have challenged the assumption that women voted en masse for Eamon de Valera’s Sinn Féin over a party which sought to deny them the franchise. Photograph: General Photographic Agency/Getty Images

For the last 100 years, it has been widely assumed that a massive extension of the franchise was one of the contributing factors in Sinn Féin’s landsl(...)

Trinity College Dublin’s Executive MBA programme has been listed 44th in The Economist magazine’s global ranking of Executive MBA (EMBA) programmes. (...)

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