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€40m to reform Ireland’s technological universities


Move aimed at supporting reforms to attract more “under-represented” groups into science and engineering

The Irish government has paid out €18.8 million to a consortium of technological universities, as part of a larger programme to build on lessons learned during the Covid-19 epidemic. 

The funding, which stems from the Irish government’s Recovery and Resilience Plan, is intended to support teaching and learning reforms. This is the initial tranche of a total of €40m, which will be made available to the consortium over the next two years.

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