Monthly Archives: November 2013

Innovating with Cork Institute of Technology

It takes time to forge a reputation, which is why older colleges and institutions generally have a distinct advantage over their newfangled peers. For one thing, there is tradition to contend with, as some students may follow in their parents’, … Continue reading

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Hibernia College offering Ireland’s first online PhD

Hibernia College – Ireland’s only government-accredited online college – has announced that it will become the first educational institute in the country to run a PhD programme online. The college will award three full-time PhD scholarships worth €16,000. It will … Continue reading

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Irish researchers encouraged to scan the Horizon

Six hundred million euro is a lot of money, and it’s approximately the amount of funding that Irish researchers have received under Framework Programme 7 – the existing programme for research funding in Europe. However, January will see a change … Continue reading

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