40% of Bachelor degree graduates earn less than €25k

Most Irish graduates are employed in either Dublin or Cork, a HEA report has revealed.

Most Irish university graduates are employed in either Dublin or Cork nine months after graduating, according to a new report conducted by the Higher Education Authority (HEA). The survey also found that employment prospects continue to improve for those with


Simon Harris urges health graduates to stay in Ireland

Harris noted that there is an estimated 200 positions vacant at any one time

  The minister for health Simon Harris is urging graduates of medicine, nursing and midwifery to consider a health service career within Ireland, rather than abroad.

According to the Irish Times, Harris said: “I appeal to people, in particular our young


Students graduate from Trinity’s first online course

College aims to have 1,000 online students by 2019


The 37 students of Trinity’s first exclusively online education programme graduated earlier this month at a ceremony held on campus.

The course, which took the form of a postgraduate diploma in applied social studies and was offered by the School


Trinity placed 119th in Global Employability University Rankings

Trinity becomes the only Irish university to place in the top 150 most employable graduates.


A new university rankings system designed by Emerging, a French human resource and consulting agency, has placed Trinity College students as 119 on their list of the 150 most employable graduates by international employers.

Over 2,287 recruiters from international companies