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#Further Education

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Would you sign up to further education, money no object? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you sign up to further education, money no object?

If you returned to third-level, what advice would you share with others considering that change?

From TheJournal.ie 6 facts about AI that will actually blow your mind Sponsored By Nci

6 facts about AI that will actually blow your mind

Artificial intelligence? Let’s just say robot butlers are closer than you think.

From TheJournal.ie 'The Cinderella sector' of Irish education needs extra funding just as badly as our top universities Further Education

'The Cinderella sector' of Irish education needs extra funding just as badly as our top universities

“Even in high-tech companies you need non-graduate staff to fill a lot of roles within the company.”

From TheJournal.ie Balancing work, study and a life - top tips to make it work Careers

Balancing work, study and a life - top tips to make it work

If you decide to return to college for further education, you had better get your ducks in a row, advises Eoghan McDermott.

From TheJournal.ie CAO 2016: Where are all the applicants coming from? Offers

CAO 2016: Where are all the applicants coming from?

There are over 80,000 people waiting to hear if they’ve landed their favoured college spot.

From TheJournal.ie You can find all of the Round One CAO points right here Check It Out

You can find all of the Round One CAO points right here

Do you have what you need for your preferred course?

From TheJournal.ie 7 tips to achieve your dream promotion Sponsored By DCU

7 tips to achieve your dream promotion

You have to lay the groundwork early on…

7 ways Ireland punches above its weight

Ah, we’re a grand country all the same.

From TheJournal.ie 'I sat my Junior Cert aged 71, but would be in the Dáil if given a chance earlier in life' Bright Spark

'I sat my Junior Cert aged 71, but would be in the Dáil if given a chance earlier in life'

Pamela Noonan sat her Junior Cert at age 71, having left school when she was just 11.

From TheJournal.ie Half of parents don't know how to advise their children on further education College Ready

Half of parents don't know how to advise their children on further education

A new survey has also found that the majority want them to progress to higher education.

From TheJournal.ie TUI: Wide variations in availability of Post Leaving Certificate courses needs to be addressed Further Education

TUI: Wide variations in availability of Post Leaving Certificate courses needs to be addressed

The TUI found that while Cavan has one place for every 58 people, Offaly has one for every 1096.

From TheJournal.ie Fee-paying students more likely to go straight to college Education

Fee-paying students more likely to go straight to college

The research from the Department of Eduction says that more students from fee-paying secondary schools progress directly to higher education.

From TheJournal.ie Children's Ombudsman wants law change over SNA crisis Schools

Children's Ombudsman wants law change over SNA crisis

Dozens of parents contacted Children’s Ombudsman Emily Logan with complaints about SNA allocations for their children – but under current law, Logan is not able to deal with them.

From TheJournal.ie Quinn insists: I don't want to bring back third-level fees

Quinn insists: I don't want to bring back third-level fees

The Minister for Education wants to minimise the burdens to third level – but warns that Ireland has “lost its cheque book”.

From TheJournal.ie Sharp rise in people applying to PLC courses Education

Sharp rise in people applying to PLC courses

More places on further education courses are needed to keep young people from signing on, warns the Teachers’ Union of Ireland.