SciFest 2019 Update

12 students from the Institute will be taking part in the SciFest science fair in April. The students will be working on their science, technology, maths and engineering related projects over the next number of weeks and we’ll be checking

Dublin Simon Community

Steven Short, Community Fundraiser at The Dublin Simon Community, visited the Institute today to accept a cheque for €2,000 from our 4th year students. The money was raised by students and staff throughout December, mainly through the charity raffle that

SUAS Mentoring

A group of our 4th year students are starting their SUAS placement in local schools this week, where they will be helping children from disadvantaged communities improve their numeracy and literacy skills. The students have completed a 4 hour training

The Buzz Week 19

The Buzz is a weekly newsletter for all full-time students in The Institute of Education. Packed full of information on extra-curricular activities, career guidance news, dates for the diary, study skills tips and more, its aim is to keep students

CAO Application Advice 2019

Preparing to make your CAO application? Our Career Guidance Counsellor. Mary Dorgan, has 6 key pieces of advice for anyone filling out their CAO form this month.

Goal Setting Talk

Goal setting and how it can help you stay motivated and focused is the theme of Brian Gregan’s motivational talk for students here in the Institute this month. Brian will be sharing his experience as an international athlete, and explaining

The Buzz Week 18

The Buzz is a weekly newsletter for all full-time students in The Institute of Education. Packed full of information on extra-curricular activities, career guidance news, dates for the diary, study skills tips and more, its aim is to keep students

The Buzz Week 17

The Buzz is a weekly newsletter for all full-time students in The Institute of Education. Packed full of information on extra-curricular activities, career guidance news, dates for the diary, study skills tips and more, its aim is to keep students