Aine Hyland, emeritus professor of education at UCC. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

BIOGRAPHY Áine Hyland has been one of the most influential figures in Irish education over the past 50 years. After serving initially as a civil se(...)

McDonald’s: “Around 20 per cent of our store managers and 15 per cent of our retail managers have qualifications from the National College of Ireland.” Photograph: Karen Bleier/AFP/Getty Images

Just because certain companies are synonymous with “student” or part-time work doesn’t mean they cannot offer worthwhile careers. This year McDonald’(...)

’The vibe of a campus is hugely influenced by its location.’ Photograph: iStockphoto/Getty Images

The Leaving Cert is tough and, on top of it all, students have the pressure of choosing a college course. In the midst of the focus on careers, it is (...)

The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) has over 200 clinical consultants on their teaching staff, enabling students to receive consultant-delivered clinical teaching in small groups. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland When? January 4th, from 10am. Located just off St Stephen’s Green, in one of the busiest spots in Dublin, the f(...)

Young people from Sheriff Street in north inner city Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Pearse O’Leary (16), from the Sheriff Street area of Dublin, is pessimistic about job prospects after school. “As soon as anyone hears you’re from ar(...)

Michael Horgan, the new chairman of the Higher Education Authority, has said Ireland’s top colleges should not place their strategic focus on trying to rise up international university league tables. File photograph: Getty Images

Ireland’s top colleges should not place their strategic focus on trying to rise up international university league tables, the new chairman of the Hig(...)

If applying to a more traditional organisation, use Times New Roman for your CV. For a more general role, Arial or Verdana is fine. Never use Comic Sans

Being flung out of college and shoved into the workplace can be an enormous shock. Indeed, it is often a much bigger transition than moving from prima(...)

Graduates of TCD who opt for courses like business, economic and social studies (510 points) or mathematics (565) and end up working in financial services are some of the best paid graduates in the country, figures from Emolument show. Photograph: Chris Ison/PA Wire

Want to earn €120,000 a year or €32,000? Opting for a particular course, or institution, because of the financial rewards it may bring is not a route(...)

 Louise Lawless and Lucy Hattaway pictured this morning after receiving their Leaving Cert Results at Mount Temple Comprehensive School, Clontarf, Dublin. Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins

So it’s that time of the year again. Leaving Cert results are here. I sat my Leaving Cert in 2014 and to me it feels like a lifetime ago. I’ve changed(...)

In addition to bed spaces and commercial outlets the scheme will have 462sq m of floor space set aside for “enterprise and community use”

The rush to provide residential accommodation for the fast- growing student population in Dublin will be given a further boost shortly when a high pro(...)

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