Graham Love

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Dr Graham Love, former chief executive of the Higher Education Authority. ‘What is the point of having a specialist agency, conferring functions upon it and then ignoring or discouraging its advice?’ he writes. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Government is taking over too much control of the third-level education system and is frequently ignoring the expertise of State advisory bodies, (...)

Minister for Education Joe McHugh. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

An ice-sculpture for a €13,000 retirement party. Painted portraits of senior staff commissioned at a cost of €20,000. VIP-style expenses for relocatin(...)

Grangegorman will be the new home of Technological University Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Leaving Cert reform: decision time Classrooms in the run-up to the Leaving can resemble military training grounds where students are drilled to produ(...)

Paul O’Toole, who was appointed interim chief executive of the Higher Education Authority in October for 12 months. Photograph: Alan Betson

Several members of the Higher Education Authority (HEA) board raised concerns about the appointment of an interim chief executive after the former hea(...)

Dr Graham Love resigned from the Higher Education Authority amid frustration over what sources described as ‘micro-managing’ by the Department of Education. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The State regulatory body for higher education is seeking new laws which would clarify its independence from the Department of Education. There was c(...)

Graham Love, who emailed his resignation as chief executive to the chair of the Higher Education Authority and expressed frustration over the limits of the role to help reform the sector. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The chair of the Higher Education Authority tried to convince its chief executive to reverse his decision to resign over issues such as the risks pose(...)

Paul O’Toole, chief executive of Solas, is to head the Higher Education Authority.

The chief executive of Solas, the State body with responsibility for further education and training, has been appointed as the new head of the Higher (...)

NUI Galway first years gather in the Quad for a group photograph some years ago. Photograph:  Patrick HeneghanNUIG

This month more than 50,000 students received CAO offers for places in third-level colleges amid a national accommodation crisis, with many wondering (...)

Ibec described the funding crisis in higher education as one of the biggest issues facing the State, eclipsed only by housing.

Ibec says it is getting worrying feedback from investors about the State’s lack of commitment to funding higher education. The employers’ group said (...)

Dr Graham Love is to resign from his post as chief executive of the Higher Education Authority. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The chief executive of the Higher Education Authority (HEA) has resigned from his post just over a year and half after being appointed. The move foll(...)

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