From Brexit to government funding, universities are under more pressure than ever to attract international students.
Anne Scott has listened to the critics and, as NUIG's gender equality vice-president, is promising big changes.
For some postgraduates around the world, there really is power in a union.
Gavin Brennan might have had concerns as the first-ever student to graduate from Trinity’s masters in music performance. But looking back, he has few regrets.
For the third-ever year, The University Times surpassed one million unique readers in a calendar year, with stories from impeachments to prank emails.
The Trinity programme supporting refugees.
Flag, created by an NUIG student, is trying to break into the market.
In Wicklow, one school thinks direct democracy delivers the best results.
Six months on from her appointment, Mary Mitchell O'Connor is getting to grips with the third-level sector.
While Trinity's future as a smoke-free campus is as yet uncertain, universities across America and Australia have had no hesitation buying into the idea.