Over a hundred people attended a demonstration outside the offices of Dublin City Council on Wood Key this afternoon. UCDSU
An investigation by the Irish Times revealed that universities in Ireland, including UCD, spent over €5 million on mental health
Trinity College Dublin is set to embark on a two-year investigation of its historical links to slavery and colonialism. The
Trinity College Dublin (TCD) has introduced a new module to prepare students for ‘blended learning’ in the new academic year
A national survey of college students in Ireland found that 29% of female, 28% of non-binary, and 10% of male students stated that they had experienced “non-consensual penetration by incapacitation, force, or threat of force” while attending college.
Run by NUI Galway’s Active Consent Programme in conjunction with the Union of Students in Ireland, ‘The Sexual Experiences Survey’ was completed by 6,026 students between February and April. The survey aimed to document the experiences of sexual violence, sexual harassment and sexist harassment faced by Irish college students in higher education. The report hopes to inform the implementation of the ‘Consent Framework’ being drawn up by the Department of Education and skills.
Trinity College had initially announced its plans to “prioritize” students from outside county Dublin when offering accommodation places for the
In a new survey, Dublin has been ranked as the most expensive city in the Eurozone, due largely to its
Trinity College Dublin is planning to reduce entry requirements for non-EU International students next year by 10% in a plan
Calls for the introduction of a Department of Higher Education and Research grow as Dr Patrick Prendergast, Provost of Trinity
Figures for Irish universities’ expenditure on exams have indicated that UCD spent €1.3 million on exams for the 2019/2020 academic
We surveyed a group of UCD students pursuing mainly undergraduate degrees at the university. In recent weeks, there has been
In an email sent out to all current students, UCD Deputy President and Registrar, Professor Mark Rogers announced that the