Learning activity, such as laboratories, workshops, studio-based activities or those that require special equipment, will occur on-campus but will be subject to appropriate social distancing and PPE. Photograph: Paddy Whelan/The Irish Times

Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) has announced that all lectures, tutorials and practical classes will be delivered remotely for the academic y(...)

The plea was issued on behalf of Ireland’s Universities and Institutes of Technology by the Irish Universities Association and the Technological Higher Education Association. Photograph: Getty

The Presidents of all of Ireland’s Universities and Institutes of Technology have issued a plea to every student to fully follow set guidelines on soc(...)

 Tom Boyle  graduated from Waterford Institute of Technology  with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in English and Irish on Thursday. Photograph: Patrick Browne

Among the 2,457 graduates at Waterford Institute of Technology this week, 82-year-old Tom Boyle was the proudest of the lot. “It’s something I hadn’t(...)

Waterford Institute of Technology and IT Carlow are preparing a joint bid to merge and become a technological university.

Plans to create a technological university for the southeast have hit a new setback. While Waterford Institute of Technology and IT Carlow are prepar(...)

“The regional economic system is broken,” says report author Dr Ray Griffin. Above, Waterford city. Photograph: iStock

A report examining the economic performance of the southeast claims there is a “missing generation” from the region, with economic recovery now “runni(...)

ArcLabs innovation centre at Waterford Institute of Technology  has been home to more than 60 start-up companies.

An independent review into the sale of intellectual property by third-level colleges has found weaknesses in the way conflicts of interest among resea(...)

Waterford has a well-established life-sciences cluster. Photograph: iStock
Southern charms

With property prices and wages in Dublin spiralling ever upwards, more companies are beginning to see the merits of having an office outside the capit(...)

Waterford Institute of Technology’s current president, Willie Donnelly, was vice-president of research at the time of the sale.

The Higher Education Authority (HEA) has been urged to investigate whether there are conflicts of interest among senior staff across third-level coll(...)

Waterford Institute of Technology: the extension to WIT’s Carriganore campus will enable the institute to double its capacity to support technology start-ups in the southeast region. Photograph: Paddy Whelan

Almost 50 new jobs have been promised for Dublin by two companies setting up support centres in Ireland. CXC Corporate Services is to create 30 jobs(...)

Waterford Institute Of Technology president Prof Willie Donnelly said the institute is fully committed to providing leadership in the delivery of the new university. Photograph: Patrick Browne/WIT

Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) has agreed to reopen talks with IT Carlow on a possible merger to get the bid for a technological university i(...)

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