The UK charges third-level students the highest fees in Europe coming in at just over €10,000 per year
Irish students are paying the second-highest fees for third level education in Europe, according to report published by the European Commission.
The report, which compares the college fees in 42 European education systems, found that only the United Kingdom (UK) …
Joint Oireachtas Committee on Education hears from DCU President over concerns about the possibility of rising CAO points due to Brexit
The UK’s exit from the European Union (EU) could lead to a significant increases in CAO points, Dublin City University (DCU) President Brian MacCraith has warned.
Speaking to the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Education, which is examining the impact …
Lorcan Mc Laren explains why those who are pro-unity should still vote neutral in this week’s preferendum on Irish unity
Debate on the prospect of a unified Ireland is often characterised as impervious to logic and deeply personal. Beliefs on both sides are formed by the community in which one grows up and most people, north and south of the …
Lock all the doors, cover over the windows, close all entry points! The hoards of immigrants are coming and they are armed with EU regulations to destroy life as we know it!”
I accept that this …
The United Kingdom, more than any other EU member state, does not fit into the political construct which is the EU: it refuses to join the Schengen Area; has comprehensively rejected the Euro; and clings to certain …