Conor Quinn: “In 2018, I became aware of the Fulbright programme and its availability to not only academics, but also professionals.”

What did you study and when did you graduate? Following completion of my second level education in Wesley College, Dublin, I studied for a BSc in Com(...)

Karen Begg: “Broaden your understanding of the bigger picture of whatever process you are involved in and don’t ever stop learning”

What did you study and when did you graduate? I first studied English and History in the University of Limerick and received an Honours degree in 201(...)

Siofra Martin: “It is essential, to plan your time to ensure you have allowed for some down time during the evenings and at the weekends.”

What did you study and when did you graduate? I studied BESS in Trinity college and graduated in 2018. What attracted you to your current role? I c(...)

Marion Hauducoeur: My one piece of advice would be to reach out to people in your organisation for informal (virtual) coffee chats to learn about their background and what they do within the firm.

What did you study and when did you graduate? I graduated from Imperial College London in 2017, with a MEng degree in Chemical Engineering. I then we(...)

Martin Cunningham: “The position of a graduate is an enviable one”

What did you study and when did you graduate? I graduated in May 2019 and started working with Lidl the following September. I am a graduate of DCU’s(...)

Liam O’Connell: The most valuable thing I have learned in recent years is the importance of continuous self-development.

What did you study and when did you graduate? I studied BSc Food Marketing & Entrepreneurship in University College Cork, graduating in 2018. (...)

Cian O’Connor: ‘Don’t rush into a role just for the sake of it, or don’t be pressurised to have a job lined up straight away once you finish your studies.’

What did you study and when did you graduate? I completed a Master’s degree in Management and Marketing in the University College Cork where I gradua(...)

Funeral of Dr Syed Waqqar Ali in Newcastle, Co Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The world has now found out that Dr Syed Waqqar Ali, the eighth member of the Irish health service to die from Covid-19, is a hero, but his family had(...)

A very quiet Dublin Airport

Shortly before 6am, the arrivals hall at Dublin Airport, usually thronged with people emerging from overnight transatlantic flights, is deadly quiet, (...)

Secondary school students taking part in a recent Safer Internet Day event organised by Webwise.

Not so long ago, the official advice to young people on staying safe online was to never share images of yourself. “Today, kids all over the country (...)

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