College Life

UCC Award Scholarships To Seven Asylum Seekers and Refugees

Seven asylum seekers and refugees are set to receive scholarships to study at UCC, commencing September 2018. The college, which has now been designated University of Sanctuary status, will cover

Dublin and Cork Hold The Highest Number of Employed Graduates

Things are looking up for Irish university graduates, as 54% of last year’s graduates are currently employed in Ireland. According to a survey released by the Higher Education Authority today,

NUI Galway Study Reveals Attitudes Towards Teaching Religion in Ireland

The School of Education at NUI Galway has carried out the first ever study in Ireland that explores the religious affiliations and religiosity of applicants and entrants to undergraduate primary

Arts Students Likely To Earn Less Than Their Peers After Graduation

Arts graduates earn less than their fellow graduates of other sectors, according to a report conducted by the Central Statistics Office. The survey, as reported by the Irish Times, followed

The 6 Different Types of Irish Snowfall

If you’ve looked out your window today, you might have witnessed a rare sighting in Ireland: snow. Yes that’s right, it’s snowing. Met Éireann have issued weather warnings for

UCD's Student Housing Scheme Gets The Go-Ahead

UCD’s development plans for more than 2,100 student beds at the Belfield campus, built in two stages, has been approved by An Bord Pleanála. An Bord Pleanála lowered its original plan from