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Frustration and concern about the slow pace, cost and accessibility of civil litigation here has prompted calls for reform over decades and various reviews have been carried out. Photograph: iStock

Legal briefs in the 1980s fitted into large brown envelopes but they began arriving from 1995 in boxes that have been “multiplying at an alarming rate(...)

Want to play a bigger part in saving our planet? Now you can easily check out courses related to the environment from a range of disciplines

I’m due to sit my Leaving Cert shortly and am still deciding on course choices. I want to do my bit to help save the planet through a degree programme(...)

The resurgence of arts courses is also due to expanded offerings in the various third-level colleges. Photograph: iStock

Arts and humanities courses were once the most popular in the country. Then, over a decade ago, something happened to change that: a financial crisis (...)

Product design is one of the courses on offer at TU Dublin’s school of creative arts. Photograph: iStock

There’s still time to change your mind. While some courses – including architecture, art and various performing arts courses – require an interview an(...)

Opting to study medicine is a decision one must not take lightly, with the courses having some of the highest entry requirements in the country and having one of the heaviest workloads for the duration of the course. Photograph: iStock

With the Covid-19 pandemic dominating the news for much of the past two years, the importance of medicine and healthcare has never been more obvious t(...)

Dorothy Creaven of  Rent The Runway, a company  based in the Claddagh in Galway. Photograph: Andrew Downes

When I sat my Leaving Certificate quite a few years back, only 30 per cent of students went to university. At that time, a much smaller percentage of (...)

Graduates are far more likely to work on corporate mergers than on high-profile criminal trials. Photograph: iStock

Let’s get some of the common misconceptions out of the way first. A law degree is not a guaranteed route to riches: many barristers, particularly i(...)

Freshly cut turf near Mountbellew, Co Galway this week

On his way to work every morning, consultant geriatrician Colm Byrne has a fair idea how busy his day will be at the Mater hospital on the northside o(...)

The Student Media Awards (Smedias), The Irish Times sponsor the National Newspaper category. Pictured is Emer Moreau, University Times. Photograph Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

Trinity College Dublin’s University Times has been crowned Newspaper of the Year at the 2022 National Student Media Awards. At a ceremony in the cap(...)

The CCMI is affiliated with NUI Galway’s School of Medicine and serves as a key translational outlet for research carried out in NUI Galway’s Regenerative Medicine Institute.

The repair of old, damaged, or diseased tissues using gene or cell therapies promises a future where people live longer, healthier lives – and Ireland(...)

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