The Irish Universities Association is the representative body for Ireland’s seven universities. Through consultation and collaborative projects we develop strategy and policy to advance third and fourth level education and research. Our shared aim is to maximise the universities’ contribution to Ireland’s social, cultural and economic well-being.
- University Limerick to introduce LGBT+ accommodation for students
- Bookshelves to digital screens: World’s largest education publisher triggers tech transition
- Fianna Fáil pledges new cabinet minister to tackle higher education 'crisis'
- EU Verdict on Cassells Report Not Expected Until 2020
- UCC professor wins two top international dental research awards
Announcement and Events
- 17th July – Micheál Martin calls for a separate Department of Higher Education and Research at IUA Future of Ireland Event – Download full speech
- 21 June 2019- IUA Statement in response to the Call for Proposals for the Senior Academic Leadership Initiative (SALI)
- June 20th – IUA and the Irish Refugee Council welcome changes to a Support Scheme to allow more young people in direct provision enter Irish higher education
- New date: July 17th – Future of Ireland series with Micheál Martin TD – The Role of Research & Innovation in the Knowledge Economy – REGISTER NOW
- IUA calls on Government to establish a sustainable core funding solution to support looming demographic bulge – 4th June 2019