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In the Republic, Trinity College Dublin has the bulk of undergraduate students from Northern Ireland. File photograph: Alan Betson

The flow of almost 3,400 students across the Border may reduce significantly following Brexit, according to analysis by UK and Irish higher education (...)

Ireland’s institutes of technology offer a wide range of science, technology and engineering courses. Photograph: iStock

IADT When is open day? November 24th (10am-4pm) November 25th (10am-4pm) Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology is a renowned cent(...)

Students from fee-paying schools are far more likely to attend a handful of top Dublin-based universities, new figures show. Photograph: iStock

New figures show the extent of the “class gap” in higher education with students from fee-paying schools far more likely to attend a handful of top Du(...)

Tara Kelly: Maths paper one was a hard exam

I’ve been better. After maths paper one, I felt a bit destroyed. It was a hard exam: some of the questions were quite awkwardly phrased and most of (...)

Law graduates will come out with a really valued degree and the ability to find imaginative ways around seemingly intractable problems.

A law degree arms graduates with a particular set of abilities. Law graduates are highly valued for their research, analytical and problem-solving ski(...)

More than €2 billion will go towards expanding institutes of technology and part-funding ambitious developments in the university sector.

Plans to expand universities and institutes of technology to meet growing student numbers forms a key part of the Government’s 10 year National Develo(...)

Carlow Institute of Technology  mechanical engineering students  built their own single-seated Formula One style race car

Carlow Institute of Technology When is open day? Carlow Campus: November 16th Wexford Campus: November 17th Life on campus Just 10 minutes’ wal(...)

Many law graduates don’t go on to work in law, and you’ll find law graduates in other areas such as banking and finance. Above, the Courts of Criminal Justice on Parkgate St, Dublin. Photograph: Dave Meehan

An undergraduate law degree won’t qualify you to become a barrister or solicitor. For that, you will need to pass further exams. And you don’t need an(...)

Julie Sinnamon, chief executive of Enterprise Ireland. “We live in uncertain times, and Brexit will prove a challenge for many regional enterprises”

Small and medium-sized enterprises have been advised to carry out their own research on how Britain’s EU exit will affect their business. Enterprise (...)

Students on UCD’s campus: Overall non-progression rates of 15 per cent compare favourably to international rates. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

One in six third-level students – or 6,200 a year – are dropping out of their college courses during their first year, according to the latest officia(...)

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