Ireland: Fourth highest 25-34 year old ratio of third-level graduates in developed world: So what?
Education systems failing to provide students with skills for success in 21st century
US, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden, Finland have best higher education systems
21st century skills are 18 century skills + a computer
Irish Universities: Ready to change and world class at what price?
Young and jobless? The solution isn’t always university
Education & Jobs: Austria has low unemployment, low third level graduate numbers
Irish Education: Overseas students and visa rackets; Private college numbers jump 22%
In age of acronym/ Google, Trinity to rebrand as 'Trinity College, the University of Dublin’
Swiss universities tested by foreign student influx
Asian countries top OECD’s latest PISA survey; Ireland improves
Ireland plans to double Indian student numbers to 5,000; No detail on capacity
Japan, Finland top in literacy and numeracy skills; Ireland among laggards
Most Irish universities fall in global rankings; Average tuition of top 10 rises to $34,000
Minister says myth of 'world class' Irish education, a delusion
Montreal offers best return on overseas undergraduate education; Dublin has 26th ranking
IMF launches online economics learning for global classroom
Finland excels with no private schools/ less study time; Korea's rote system brings results/ deaths
European Investment Bank to lend total of €325m to ESB and UCD
Should Irish universities be trusted with additional fee income?
Dr. Peter Morici: Penn State’s Stain; Big time sports harm universities
Education at a Glance 2011: OECD says 71% of Irish spending absorbed by pay compared with 63% average
Irish Leaving Certificate 2011: High failure rates in maths and science again
Korea and Finland top the OECD’s latest PISA survey of reading literacy among 15-year olds; Ireland slides
Government launches 'strategy' to increase international student numbers in Ireland; Essential to police dodgy private education business firms
Governments need to go for world-class quality in their education systems says OECD; Total education spending in Ireland doubled in period 1995-2007
Tuition is charged at public universities in 18 of 29 European countries; Non-EU students are charged from €1,250 a year in Malta up to €36,000 in Ireland
The Irish Business of Education and Overseas Students