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.
- An Taoiseach opens €80 million Trinity Business School
- High fees causing shortage of secondary teachers - HEA
- Number of non-EEA students in Ireland reaches record level: here's where they're coming from
- Third level grant in honour of Irish Nobel prize winner
- Murdered journalist Veronica honoured for 'shining light into dark corners of Irish society'
Announcement and Events
- May 15th: Minister Mitchell O’Connor launches European charter to promote gender equality in the university sector
- Press Release 27 April: Employers and union bosses join students and industry leaders in calls for university and third level funding crisis to be tackled
- April 12th – Universities across Ireland in all-island collaboration
- 11th April – IUA welcomes Government announcement of €12m IRC investment in curiosity driven basic research
- April 11th 10:15 – Michael Murphy elected as first ever Irish President of the European University Association