Hundreds of Tipperary Students take to the fields for Agri Aware’s Farm Walk and Talk for Ag Science students

Over 3,000 Leaving Cert Agricultural Science students from across Ireland will this Spring (starting Monday 4th March) don their wellies and take to the fields as part of Agri Aware’s Farm Walk and Talk series. Now in its 11th year this unique initiative has gone from strength to strength, in line with the ever-increasing popularity […]

Tipp Students display innovation and creativity at Young Scientists Exhibition – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has described all of the Tipperary students who are taking part in the 3 day Young Scientist Exhibition at the RDS in Dublin as fantastic ambassadors for the county. Deputy McGrath was speaking after he visited the Tipperary School stands at the major annual educational and entrepreneurial event:   “Every year […]

15 Tipperary students receive UL scholarships

Students from across the country were presented with scholarships totalling nearly €280,000 at the 2017 University of Limerick Scholarship Awards ceremony held on Monday, November 27. Nine Tipperary students received academic scholarships at a ceremony in University of Limerick on Monday while a further six received UL Sports Scholarships – Caoimhe Maher, Darren Dunne, Jason Forde, John McGrath, […]

Talented Tipperary Students Win Texaco Awards

Two Tipperary students have been presented with top awards in this year’s 63rd Texaco Children’s Art Competition. Pictured is Evan Phelan (15), from CBS High School, Clonmel, who won a Special Merit Award in the competition. Presenting him with the award is James Twohig, Director Ireland Operations of Valero. Another Tipperary winner, who also received a Special Merit […]

Tipperary Students Win Top Prizes In Texaco Art Competition

Two Tipperary students have won top prizes in this year’s 63rd Texaco Children’s Art Competition.   Both winners of Special Merit Awards, they are Evan Phelan (15), from CBS High School, Clonmel, and John Carey (15), from Coláiste Dún Iascaigh, Cahir, for their works entitled ‘’Self Portrait With Stuff Going On Like’ and ‘Wisdom’ respectively. […]

Tipperary Student Enterprise Awards top prizes to Nenagh, Templemore and Clonmel

St. Mary’s Secondary School Nenagh, Our Lady’s Secondary School Templemore and the CBS High School Clonmel win the top prizes at the Tipperary Student Enterprise Awards.     The 3 winners, Senior Category: St. Mary’s Secondary School Nenagh with their entry ‘The Safety Squad’, promoted by Marie O’Connell, Ella Kennedy, Ciara Grace and Leah Heffernan, […]

Maths challenge for Tipperary students returns with €20,000 prize fund for students and schools

The eagerly anticipated All-Ireland maths challenge that has taken Ireland by storm for the past two years is back, with a prize fund of €20,000 for students and schools. Registration for students and teachers throughout Tipperary is now open for LearnStorm Ireland. Originally called MATHletes, the challenge was started in 2014 by technology entrepreneur Sean […]

Calling all Tipperary students – The Bord Gáis Energy Student Theatre Awards are open for entries

Bestselling author Sarah Webb and critically acclaimed playwright Marina Carr have been revealed as judges for the 2016 Bord Gáis Energy Student Theatre Awards and are calling on students from Tipperary to get involved and enter the awards. The two new judges, both writers will be on the lookout for keen writing skills and attention […]

Tipperary Students set to Perform in the 3 Arena as part of Junk Kouture

What do Taylor Swift, One Direction and students from Clonmel all have in common? Well on the 24th of April 2015 they can all say that they have performed in the 3 Arena Dublin! Creative teams from Presentation Secondary School and Loreto Secondary School will take to Ireland’s most prestigious stage to showcase their couture […]

Griffith College offering Tipperary students innovative solution to offset the cost of third level education fees

Griffith College has launched an innovative programme, the Griffith College Student Exchange Initiative, whereby an Irish student can offset their tuition fees for one year, in return for their family providing accommodation and board to an international student from the college. Flexibility exists for the Irish host family as the international student can stay with either the student’s […]

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