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ICOS declares government rebate scheme “unfair”

ICOS have expressed their disappointment in the lack of inclusion of non-EEA students in government once-off €250 payment to students

The Irish Council for International Students (ICOS) has stated that the exclusion of non-EU students from the €250 payment to students is an “unfair and missed opportunity to include non-EEA international students”.

The Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research,

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Two Trinity researchers awarded considerable funding grants

The funding, which was given under the SFI “Frontiers for the Future” programme, has given significant grants to two Trinity professors, Luke O’Neill and David Hoey

Two Trinity researchers have each been given considerable funding, following a €53 million funding package provided in the form of 71 grants to higher education institutions across the country.

Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon

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Students put at a “major disadvantage” in SUSI grant applications this year, Senator says

Students in receipt of the Pandemic Unemployment Payment this year were put at a disadvantage in their SUSI application assessment

Students were put at a disadvantage in their Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI) grant application this year, for those who were in receipt of the Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP), a Senator has said. 

Labour Spokesperson on Higher Education Senator Annie

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Studying from home, when home is far from Trinity

Many international students have opted to pursue their studies from home as a result of the pandemic

The pandemic has brought a whole new set of challenges for international students coming back to Trinity – with classes going online and the prospect of travelling during these times, many students travelled back to Ireland under unusual circumstances –

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Trinity first in Europe for producing entrepreneurs for sixth successive year

Trinity has been ranked in the top 50 universities globally for producing venture-backed entrepreneurs from its undergraduate programmes

Trinity has been ranked in the top 50 universities globally for producing venture-backed entrepreneurs from its undergraduate programmes. 

The ranking was done through Pitchbook’s 2020 Universities Report, placing Trinity at number 49 worldwide, also making it the only European university