The new part-time officer will be elected at next Council
A motion to reinstate the Off-Campus Officer position on Union Forum was passed this evening at Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) Council.
The motion was proposed by TCDSU Citizenship Officer and Education Officer-elect Niamh McCay, and seconded by Tídgh …
TSM students may face difficulties repeating a year following course restructure
87 subject combinations previously offered as part of the two-subject moderatorship (TSM) programme will no longer be available next year due to the programme’s restructuring under the Trinity Education Project (TEP).
In place of the TSM course, a Joint Honours …
The Coronas are set to headline the ball
Online tickets for Trinity Ball 2019 tickets sold out within 50 minutes this morning after going on sale at 9am.
Tickets for the event went on sale online and in House Six at 9am this morning, with students queuing up …
Minister files appeal against ruling in favour of a Leaving Cert student whose points were miscalculated
Minister for Education Joe McHugh is set to argue that no individual has a right of access to higher education in an upcoming court appeal.
The appeal is being made against a ruling carried out last September in favour of …
The announcement arrives in time for Chinese New Year, which saw front arch lit up red in celebration
Trinity has announced plans for the expansion of its Chinese Studies programme at the Trinity Centre for Asian Studies. The expansion marks the arrival of the Year of the Pig and Chinese New Year on February 5.
The Trinity Centre …
Professor outlines path to free public transport system
James Wickham, a former Professor of Sociology at Trinity, has dismissed the potential implementation of a free public transport system in Dublin until our current system is improved.
Wickham, author of “Gridlock: Dublin’s Transport Crisis and the Future of the …
The First council of the new year saw 4 motions passed tonight
Trinity College Dublin Students Union (TCDSU) tonight passed four motions at council. The first motion sought to provide a crossover document template for school and programme convenors, which was followed by a motion calling for €10,000 from the HEA fund …
The survey has shown employer satisfaction with graduates over a range of attributes
Minister for Education and Skills Joe McHugh today released the National Employer Survey 2018, which found that employers’ overall satisfaction with higher education graduates was 86%, and for further education and training (FET) graduates overall satisfaction was 84%.
The survey …
Report notes availability in rental sector “continues to worsen”
House prices rose by €1000 a month in Ireland in 2018, according to a report by Ronan Lyons, an Assistant Economics Professor in Trinity.
The report, published by daft.ie, discloses a national increase in housing prices of 5.5% in the …
The Irish Survey of Student Engagement reveals students’ experiences with higher education
Over 42% of students “never” discuss course topics, ideas, or concepts with academic staff outside of class, according to the results of the Irish Survey of Student Engagement (ISSE) 2018, which were released last Tuesday. This is consistent with the …