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Students to be required to have valid ID to access campus

When College reopens to the public, access to tourists will be “limited”, as they will be escorted in and out of the Book of Kells exhibition

In an email to students this morning, it was announced that from July 20, postgraduates and undergraduates are permitted to enter campus grounds, if they “have a reason for doing so”. 

Students were told in an email this morning that

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Nominations for AHSS school convenors reopen following a “misunderstanding”

This year’s TCDSU AHSS Faculty convenor held elections online without the consultation of the EC, a move which has since been deemed unconstitutional

Nominations have been reopened for the Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences (AHSS) school convenors, following a “misunderstanding” within Trinity College Dublin’s Students’ Union (TCDSU).

This year’s AHSS Faculty Convenor Jacqui Whelan held elections for school convenors without consultation of the

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Five year further education strategy launched by Minister Harris

Climate change and sustainable development are to become a critical focus for the new strategy

Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris has today launched the National Further Education and Training (FET) Strategy.

Minister of State for Further Education Niall Collins also launched the strategy this morning, with a live-streamed

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Student union accuses UCD of “exaggerating” scope for in-person learning

UCDSU says that the college is “over-promising” class time for the next academic year to fill accommodation and attract international students

In a press release today, the University College Dublin’s Students’ Union (UCDSU) have called on University College Dublin (UCD) to be “more transparent” with students about details on how the college plans to open in September. 

The union have expressed

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Universities “disappointed” with scaled back EU research funding proposals

The League of European Research Universities (LERU) have called for an “ambitious” long-term EU research budget

Today, the League of European Research Universities (LERU)  have called for an “ambitious” long-term EU budget for research, innovation and education.

LERU stated that Europe’s universities are “disappointed and concerned” by what they describe as the “limited” budget proposed for