The Internationalist

The Internationalist

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The Internationalist is a podcast series from The Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) that takes on the current debates in higher education. Season 1 addresses the question – how have…
Fulbright Irish Awards 2021-2022 Launched

Fulbright Irish Awards 2021-2022 Launched

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The Fulbright Irish Awards 2021-2022  were launched this week to provide opportunities for passionate Irish and EU students, scholars and professionals to undertake programmes and collaborate with experts at a…
Recognising Learning and Promoting Inclusion

Recognising Learning and Promoting Inclusion

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The Refugee Education Initiatives 2 (REIs 2) consortium are organising an online workshop “Recognising Learning and Promoting Inclusion: conversations on access to university in Europe for refugees and displaced people”…
Empowerment and Partnership in Student Engagement

Empowerment and Partnership in Student Engagement

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The National Student Engagement Programme, Quality and Qualifications Ireland and StudentSurvey.ie are hosting an online conference ‘Empowerment and Partnership in Student Engagement’ on Tue, 24 November 2020 from 11:00 –…
Effective Learning: The Feynman Technique

Effective Learning: The Feynman Technique

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Effective Learning: The Feynman Technique: Effective learning is something all students should strive toward. It’s all well and good taking page after page of lecture notes, highlighting the main points,…
Adult Literacy Courses

Adult Literacy Courses

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Do you need help with your reading, writing or maths skills?  Adult literacy courses will cover basic topics such as english, maths, writing skills, reading comprehension skills and grammar and…
Common Entry Courses Give Space to Specialise

Common Entry Courses Give Space to Specialise

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Imagine it was possible to extend the time limit for refining college choices beyond the final CAO change of mind deadline of 1 July? Common entry courses at Waterford Institute…
SCFE International Learning with Erasmus+

SCFE International Learning with Erasmus+

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SCFE has just embarked on their first International Learning Erasmus+ Project. The college has established a partnership with KVT College in Trondheim Norway where their Advanced Early Childhood Care and…
Financing Your Course: Is Borrowing the Answer?

Financing Your Course: Is Borrowing the Answer?

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Mark Godfrey Looks at the Financial Necessities Of a Full Time College Student and Makes a Suggestion to the Government: Sweaty palms, eyes down-cast, Simon queued.   Embarrassment, worry, dread… he…
Carlow College, St Patrick’s Open Day 2019

Carlow College, St Patrick’s Open Day 2019

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Come and experience what life at Carlow College, St. Patrick’s is really like first hand during their Open Evening from 5-8 p.m. Meet the students and staff, explore the campus,…
IT Tralee Spring Open Day 2019

IT Tralee Spring Open Day 2019

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Take a closer look at IT Tralee. The Institute of Technology Tralee offers third level education, research, training and development for commercial, social, economic, scientific, technological, industrial and cultural development…
Drogheda Institute of Further Education Open Days

Drogheda Institute of Further Education Open Days

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Visit DIFE, a college of Further Education in Drogheda with over 50 diverse and up-to-date courses offered at QQI levels 5 & 6. Many professional courses also on offer with…
DARE and HEAR Advice Clinic

DARE and HEAR Advice Clinic

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Get the supports you need. TU Dublin will host the Dublin DARE Information Day for anyone that may be thinking about applying to college through the DARE or HEAR schemes.…
Student Accommodation: are 5000 beds enough?

Student Accommodation: are 5000 beds enough?

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Finding affordable student accommodation for students is hard – if not impossible. Of course, landlords have always been slow renting to anyone studying at 3rd level. However, the ever-rising cost…