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Following the return of on-campus education, many universities will retain elements of online or distant learning in their delivery model.

Dublin City University What they use: A range of digital tools and platforms as part of Loop, with Moodle at the core. Zoom for live teaching, Mahar(...)

Distance learning was built into DCU’s DNA from the very beginning, long before the internet arrived in Ireland

Dublin City University What they use: A range of digital tools and platforms as part of Loop, with Moodle at the core. Zoom for live teaching, M(...)

Distance learning was built into DCU’s DNA from the very beginning, long before the internet arrived in Ireland

  Dublin City University What they use A range of digital tools and platforms as part of Loop, with Moodle at the core. Zoom for live teaching(...)

Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris pictured during a video conference with the presidents of the Connacht Ulster Alliance to discuss plans for a new technological university for the west and northwest.

Plans to form a new technological university for the west and northwest region have moved a step closer after an alliance of three institutes of techn(...)

Some students who are applying for science courses will already have a good sense of the type of course that interests them. Photograph: iStock

Science is one of the most popular choices for CAO applicants, and one that offers an abundance of career opportunities. Every university, technologi(...)

Working in law can be exciting and rewarding, and there’s always something new to learn

The long arm of the law isn’t confined to the work of solicitors and barristers: legal expertise is invaluable across a wide range of industries. Wh(...)

Gardaí have urged Donegal residents to report breaches of Covid regulations using the new hotline. Photograph: iStock

Gardaí in Donegal have set up a dedicated hotline for tips about parties and other gatherings in contravention of Covid-19 regulations. Incidence of(...)

 Chief medical officer, Dr Tony Holohan said Donegal needed to ‘turn around’ its high Covid-19 infection rates. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly and State chief medical officer Tony Holohan met senior health officials and local Donegal politicians on Saturda(...)

The lowest completion rates were among higher certificate or ordinary degree courses in areas such as computing and engineering at institutes of technology. Photograph: iStock

Between 60 and 80 per cent of students in some third-level computing and engineering courses are dropping out, new data shows. Young men with low Lea(...)

Trinity College Dublin has the highest proportion of students from affluent areas, at 36%. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The class gap in higher education is revealed in new figures that show affluent students dominate high-points courses such as medicine, finance and en(...)

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