The new Grangegorman campus offers DIT significant new opportunities, writes Margaret O’Brien
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St Patrick’s College, Maynooth, located on a historic and beautiful campus in County Kildare, has a rich tradition of scholarship and learning in the humanities, sciences and theology over its almost 220-year history.
Times have changed and a primary degree is often not enough to boost a graduate onto the first rung of the career ladder of their choice. The rise in postgraduate numbers across Irish institutes of education in recent years reflects this trend.
Turning Point, founded in 1986 by Kay Conroy and Mary Paula Walsh, was one of the first organisations in Ireland to offer humanistic and integrative counselling and psychotherapy services. A registered charity, it continues to offer these services to
Postgraduate business students at WIT gain a significant level of learning and professional development through engagement and interaction with companies in the south-east region.
From importing Ireland’s first network cards in the 1980s, TCD’s School of Computer Science and Statistics continues to be at the forefront of technological innovation in Ireland
For students returning to education from the workplace, postgraduate study represents a significant opportunity to raise their game – allowing them to get excited again about learning, to grapple with the latest contemporary thinking or technological
Launched last week, Responsible Business for SMEs is a new service offering by Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI) aimed at supporting Irish SMEs with their responsible and sustainable business practices.
With nearly three quarters of its energy generated from renewable sources, Energia is one of Ireland's greenest energy providers.
As environmental sustainability becomes increasingly recognised as an indicator of good business practice, Irish companies are paying considerably more attention to this area, according to Declan White in the competitiveness department at Enterprise
As a leading energy provider in the Irish market, Bord Gáis Energy (BGE) is playing its part in reducing Ireland’s carbon footprint, according to John Cussen, who is responsible for energy efficiency with BGE.
Implementing sustainable energy practices creates a win-win situation for businesses.
Ireland’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) advocates that a key element of any organisation’s sustainability strategy should involve waste prevention and resource efficiency.
Integration of the variable flow of renewable energy is key to building power grids of the future.