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 DCU law student Tega Amrabure: ‘I think there is a need for more anti-racism education in school, and it needs to happen from an early age’. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

How many ethnic minority students go to college in Ireland? Nobody seems to know – and it’s putting a generation at risk of being left behind. Race, (...)

Aylien founder and chief executive Parsa Ghaffari

Aylien, an Irish provider of artificial intelligence-powered risk intelligence and financial analytics solutions, has raised €5 million in a Series A (...)

AID:Tech co-founder Niall Dennehy, third from left,  pictured accepting The Irish Times Innovation Award last year. Photograph: Conor McCabe.

Irish fintech companies raised a combined €36.2 million across 13 deals in 2018, a year in which global investment in financial technology start-ups r(...)

Irish fintech companies are set to benefit from an investment by Finch Capital

Finch Capital, an early-stage venture capital firm with offices in Amsterdam, London and Singapore, has confirmed plans to invest up to €20 million in(...)

Alex King of Future Finance: “We are well equipped to address the unmet financing needs of deserving UK university students.”

Future Finance, a Dublin-founded student loan specialist that recently secured €40 million in funding, has signed a £100 million (€114 million) debt f(...)

Supply Finance co-founder Brian Norton: “We had great success with Future Finance, which started here, and I’m really confident we can do it all again”

Dublin-based entrepreneur Brian Norton is back in business with a new venture that has just secured €4 million in funding and invested €1 million in i(...)

DIT’s new campus taking shape in Grangegorman. Photograph: Marie-Louise Halpenny Carl O’Brien

On a chilly midweek afternoon, the new Grangegorman campus feels a little empty and windswept. “It’s quiet – I guess it will be much better when peop(...)

DIT’s new campus which is taking shape in Grangegorman, Dublin. Photograph: Marie-Louise Halpenny.

Up to 1,300 jobs are set to be created over the next two years after a new phase in the development of DIT’s campus at Grangegorman received the green(...)

Prof Brian Norton, president, DIT. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

A second group of senior academics in the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) has criticised the lack of engagement around a proposed merger with two(...)

DIT academic staff have written to Prof Brian Norton saying they fear the complicated merger will be botched. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Senior academic staff at the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) have accused its president of failing to take seriously their concerns about plans t(...)

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