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SpunOut partners with the jobs marketplace Jobbio
CRPD Ratification Protest
New health initiative provides dietary help
Northside Minds - Community mental health seminar
Huge increase in teens contacting TeenLine Ireland for support in 2016
Skills & Training
What is eCollege?
Erasmus: The How To Guide
CAO and UCAS
Higher Education Access and Disability
Study tips for doing well in your exams
Applying for jobs
How to write a CV
Jobseeker’s Allowance and Jobseeker’s Benefit
Decoding a job description
Transferring unemployment benefits to other EU countries
What can a Jobs Club do for you?
Social Anxiety Disorder
Roll up cigarettes
Myth Busting: HIV and AIDS
Twitter Safety Factsheet
A-Z of sexual orientation
Is a Gap year for you?
Making a budget and sticking to it!
My experience with culture shock
Alcohol & Drugs
Dating with depression
PTSD and me
Going it alone on the J1
Radio presenter Dave Cronin opens up about panic attacks and mental health
Why I don’t drink alcohol
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Student Assistance Fund
Funding for studying outside Ireland
Taking the ACCESS road to college
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Back To Education Allowance
Did you miss out on the chance to finish your Leaving Cert or go to college when you were younger?
Back to Education Programme
There are a number of programmes available for you to take part in
What Social Welfare payments can I retain when I enter employment?
A list of payments you can claim while working or studying part time
The Union of Students in Ireland campaign against a student loan scheme
USI urge students to join their national demonstration on 19 October
Back to Education Allowance - Third Level
What is the BTEA and how do I qualify?
Applications are now open for the 2017/18 Fulbright Irish Citizen Awards
If you are an Irish or EU citizen living in the Republic of Ireland for 3+ years you are eligible to apply
Union of Students in Ireland launch new National Campaign
USI launches new campaign for free third level education
Social Welfare payments and the student grant scheme
You could be able to keep your social welfare payment and go to college
58.1% of students miss meals to stay in college
New research from the Union of Students Ireland
Disability Access Route to Education
Disability access system provides lower entry requirements for eligible applicants.
Fulbright/Enterprise Ireland Scholarships
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Getting the most out of your student card
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