It’s almost the only way left of earning a crust that you don’t have to pay tax on, and it could see you increase your income by up to €14,000 a year.(...)

Karl Picard: “I wouldn’t be able to eat during the day until 9pm when I got home because I just didn’t have any money.”  Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Karl Picard (23) is a masters student in Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) studying political communications. Last year he commuted four hours ever(...)

The parent of one student said he was shocked to find that a O6 was considered a greater academic achievement than a H7. Photograph: Getty Images

More than 25,000 college applicants have already accepted their offer of a college place. The Central Applications Office (CAO) said about half of th(...)

Screen grabs of Katie Ascough’s snaps highlighting poor student accommodation

Student union officers in University College Dublin have turned to Snapchat to expose substandard rental accommodation in Dublin city, as part of an o(...)

UCD has lost 47 beds from its student residences after the religious order leasing the rooms to the college terminated the arrangement.

University College Dublin has lost 47 beds from its student residences after the religious order leasing the rooms to the college terminated the arran(...)

The 2017 path of the Great Americian Eclipse which will be seen on August 21st. Source: NASA

Next Monday, August 21st, the shadow of the Moon will bring a two-minute spell of darkness as it sweeps across the United States along a path from Ore(...)

Anja Murray: “When you go out with friends and children, leave your phones at home and go with the intention of noticing what’s going on around you.”

As National Heritage Week focuses on nature, Sylvia Thompson asks environmentalists how – in spite of the gloomy statistics on species loss and habita(...)

The Ireland team in a huddle before the   World Cup pool C game against Australia at UCD Bowl. Photograph:  INPHO/Dan Sheridan

The players from Hong Kong and Canada made their way from a building on one side of a busy road on the University College Dublin campus, over a zebra (...)

Prof Patrick O’Shea, president of University College Cork. Photograph: Tomas Tyner

While most university presidents smoulder over Government cuts to funding and serious threats to quality of education, University College’s Cork’s new(...)

Trinity College Dublin provost Patrick Prendergast has said it appeared Brexit was playing a key role in more international students considering Ireland as a place to study. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish universities have recorded a surge in applications from international students which academics say is linked to uncertainty over Brexit and the (...)

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