First Destination of 2016 Graduates

70%

are in employment

60%

are employed in Ireland

10%

are employed overseas

* This is based on graduate data returned from the seven universities

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Full-time Postgraduate Research Enrolment Trends 2011/12 to 2016/17

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The HEA leads the strategic development of the Irish higher education and research system with the objective of creating a coherent system of diverse institutions with distinct missions.
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Does Your Research Make An Impact? Would You Like to Win €2,500 by Proving it Does?

9 October, 2018

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Paul O'Toole, Interim HEA CEO

Paul O’Toole appointed as Interim HEA CEO

5 October, 2018

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Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) 2018-2020

QQI and HEA Renew Commitment to Collaboration

30 August, 2018

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There were 43,569 full-time undergraduate new entrants in 2016/17.

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There were 225,628 enrolments in 2016/17. Of these 52% were female and 48% male.

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There were 69,633 graduates in 2016, 48,769 at undergraduate level and 20,864 at postgraduate level.

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A Study of Progression in Irish Higher Education (2014/15 to 2015/16)

A Study of Progression in Irish Higher Education (2014/15 to 2015/16)

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An Evaluation of ICT Education Provision via the ICT Skills Conversion and Springboard Programmes 2011-2013

An Evaluation of ICT Education Provision via the ICT Skills Conversion and Springboard Programmes 2011-2013

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Creating And Sustaining The Innovation Society

Creating And Sustaining The Innovation Society

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Higher Education Reform

Making an Impact 2017

Student Finance

Convenient and user-friendly source of information on financial support for further and higher education.

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