The Technological Higher Education Association is the voice of the technological higher education sector, advocating on behalf of and supporting our members in achieving their aims and objectives. The Technological Higher Education Association was formed by all of the institutes of technology formerly represented by Institutes of Technology Ireland joining with Dublin Institute of Technology to form a cohesive and single advocacy body that supports the sector as it moves toward a planned reform of the higher education system and including critically the creation of a series of Technological Universities. Launched formally in April 2017, this dynamic family of institutions delivers a unique offering which allows students to progress from Level 6 to Level 10 of the National Framework of Qualifications.Read More
Campaign to drive a positive conversation on consent, and to end sexual violence and harassmentRead More
Statement from Dr Joseph Ryan, CEO, Technological Higher Education Association (THEA) on behalf of our members: ATU, TÚS, SETU, DkIT, IADTRead More
We have worked hard with our political colleagues to ensure that our priorities as a world class technological higher education system are recognized.Read More
Providing higher educational programmes across all levels of the NFQ, the new TU will play a pivotal role in the strategic regional development of the West and North West.Read More
Graham Love, Consulting Partner at Mazars, hosted a panel discussion with UCC President, Pat O'Shea, GMIT President, Orla Flynn, and SFI Chairman, Peter ClinchRead More
The mayor of the city and county of Limerick, Councillor Francis Foley, joined with the President of TUS Professor Vincent Cunnane in welcoming international students from 44 different nations
Ireland’s largest hotel operator Dalata Hotel Group Plc has signed an agreement with Atlantic Technological University (ATU) to develop ATU-accredited training programmes for Dalata employees
The aim of the events is to establish a Cross Border Cultural Network and develop tourism in Irish and Welsh coastal communities.
Dr Christa de Brún a lecturer in the Department of Arts, School of Humanities at South East Technological University (SETU) Waterford has collaborated with Alzheimer Society of Ireland to develop a li
Director General of SFI and former chair of the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET) Professor Philip Nolan will officially launch ATUs new Postgraduate Research Training Programmes (PRTPs) o
Researchers from SETU Carlow recently teamed up with Teagasc, to celebrate Ireland’s first Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Week
The Louth International Film Festival is taking place in DkIT this Friday September 30th, and An Tåin Arts Centre on October 1st and 2nd.
We are delighted to launch three new exciting Level 8 Degree courses for September 2023.
Women from across the west and northwest attended a celebratory event in Salthill last Friday (23 September 2022) marking the completion of EMPOWER II
A recent study by Atlantic Technological University into emissions ascribed to tourism in Ireland has found the industry has attributed over 4 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (MtCO2eq)
Total number enrolments in technological higher education sector
Staff employed in technological higher education sector
% of research expenditure funded by engagement with industry