Students of Mary Immaculate College will be able to track their progress towards their degree
An app that allows students to track their progress towards their undergraduate or postgraduate degree on a phone or tablet has been launched at Mary Immaculate College, Limerick (MIC).
The Student Advantage app also outlines what actions can be taken …
A meeting to discuss the development was cancelled but traffic restrictions may be enforced
The development of a €10 million civic plaza in College Green could face a significant delay due to the cancellation of a public hearing that had been set to take place on Tuesday. Meanwhile, major traffic restrictions in the area …
Trinity is not present in the rankings of the sustainability of the world’s universities
Dublin City University (DCU) and University College Cork (UCC) have been ranked in the top 15 most sustainable universities in the world by UI Green Metric, an initiative started by the Universitas Indonesia (UI) in 2010.
DCU has been placed …
DisAbuse aims to promote equality for those living with a disability
Dublin City University (DCU) is to lead a new two-year project to reduce bullying fuelled by prejudice against people with disabilities.
The project, named DisAbuse aims to promote equality for those with a disability or special needs. It brings together …
HEAnet (Higher Education Authority network) has upgraded its broadband ultra high-speed fibre broadband to Universities and Institutes of Technologies across Ireland
HEAnet (Higher Education Authority network) has upgraded its broadband ultra high-speed fibre broadband to Universities and Institutes of Technologies across Ireland.
Over the past three years, €5 million has been invested by the Department of Education and Skills through the …