Given the influence of today’s increasingly international marketplace, with developments in areas ranging from sustainable business to overseas investment opportunities, there is little doubt that education in business, law and social science is fundamental to students’ success in the corporate sphere. Fording the experiential river separating school and university may appear daunting and unmanageable to students...
It is an unfortunate reality that many areas of study at universities across the world will never have the same draw than others. Very often, the more exotic the area, the less attractive it is for most prospective students. ...
Professors in the United States want universities to cut ties with Confucius Institutes on campuses unless they see better guarantees of academic freedom. ...
The Fair Trade, Employment and Poverty Reduction (FTEPR) project based at SOAS, University of London, funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and implemented in Ethiopia and Uganda, has just published the findings of four years of research. The project has collected detailed micro-level evidence from areas producing agricultural exports on how rural...
This August will see another instalment of the NUI Maynooth Computer Science International Summer School. Now in its 8th year, the Summer School takes place during the first three weeks of August and is a major event in the international calendar for the Department of Computer Science. My name is Joe Timoney and I’ve been...
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