Cormac Tierney: Architecture is quite vocational in that sense and you do it for the love and romance of building and design, not to get an easy pay day

Cormac Tierney (22) graduated from a three-year BSc in architecture degree at UCD in 2017. He took a year out to see if he enjoyed the professional si(...)

Orla Donagher: ‘There are number of third-level institutions which run a Master’s in Professional Education’

2018 is Bliain na Gaeilge. It is a year in which the Irish language will be celebrated across the country and beyond. Recent years have seen an increa(...)

Students seeking to study through Irish are attracted by the prospect of well-paid jobs interpreting and translating texts and legislation into Irish in the EU’s institutions

Irish universities offer a range of options for those wishing to take postgraduate courses through Irish. New employment opportunities have emerged(...)

Munster’s Dave Kilcoyne in full flight against Leicester Tigers: came through the Munster academy from the 2011-2012 season. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

Leinster’s recent Champions Cup victory over Bath at the RDS offered a glowing testimonial to the province’s academy, given the handsome contribution (...)

Driver testers are to stage a half day strike from 2pm on Wednesday April 2nd in a dispute over outsourcing.

About 300 people who are scheduled to undergo driving tests next week will have them cancelled by a planned strike by driver testers. Dr(...)

A new BA in Journalism and Digital Media offers internships

Tell me about Independent Colleges:About 8,000 full and part-time students, including students taking professional courses pass through the door every(...)

Ábout 25,000 students are enrolled in private colleges, many because they could not access their desired course in a state-funded institution

Last year, a new lobby group called the Independent Providers of Higher Education (IPHE) was assembled to put the case for 19 private colleges to the (...)