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Applications open for AgTechUCD early-stage accelerator
This accelerator programme is for any early ag-tech or agri-food startup with global potential, writes Fiona Alston.
21 September 2022 Education
Agri Careers: Teagasc Fulbright awards officially on offer
Do you have what it takes to be a Fulbright Scholar? The award applications are now open for those who quality, writes Fiona Alston.
14 September 2022 Careers
Careers profile: the future of agriculture and food science with Frank Monahan
Janine Kennedy speaks with Professor Frank Monahan, Dean of Agriculture and Head of the School of Agriculture and Food Science at UCD, to discuss his research and decades-long career in food science.
Drop in agricultural science points for 2022
With a drop in the number of points required to study agricultural science at third level, Janine Kennedy has a rundown of what to look out for, plus the full points table.
8 September 2022 Education
Everything you need to know about your CAO offer
The eighth of September marks a big day for thousands of eager Leaving Cert students as the Central Applications Office (CAO) releases its first round of college offers, writes Gary McLaughlin.
7 September 2022 Education
Alternatives to the traditional college route
There are many paths to the main road of success, and college or university is just one of those, writes Gary McLaughlin.
7 September 2022 Education
Worried about financing your post-secondary education? You’re not alone
There are many options available to help finance your post-secondary education, but it will take a bit of research to find the right solution for you.
7 September 2022 Education
Finding the right support for first-time college goers
Going to college for the first time? Guidance counsellor Eoin Houlihan has all of the info you might need if and when you require some extra support
7 September 2022 Careers
Looking for student accommodation in 2022? Don't be scared - be prepared
The ongoing housing and rental crises have had a ripple effect on the price and availability of student accommodation in all parts of Ireland. Janine Kennedy writes
7 September 2022 Education
With a new college term around the corner, don't be afraid to ask for support
Prospective students are facing unique challenges for the 2022-23 academic year, but there places where they can find the support they need, Janine Kennedy writes.
7 September 2022 Education
155ac farm up for sale in Westmeath
Cornaher Farm is on the market for for €1,775,000.
31 August 2022
Ulster young farmers make a splash at junior weekend
The Young Farmers' Clubs of Ulster made their way to Carlingford Adventure Centre for some ice-breaking and team-building.
31 August 2022 News