57.9% of young women (30-34) in Ireland have a third level education, compared to 44% of men (30-34), according to figures released today by Eurostat, the statistical office of the EU.
Europe's digital economy and app sector are booming, but where are the women?.
Out of 1,000 women with a bachelor’s degree in Europe, only 29 have a degree in ICT (compared to 95 men). Only four of those women will eventually work in the I...
The President of the European Commission, José Manuel Barroso, travelled to University College Cork on Wednesday 5 March 2014, where he was awarded an honorary doctorate.
President Barroso received the Degree of Doctor of Laws before a lar...
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