28 October 2018 – Sunday Times (subscription only)
Reporting on the court ruling in favour of the Health Insurance Authority (HIA) to make the Medicover health insurance taken out by non-EU students deemed “ordinarily resident” in Ireland liable for community rating, which will dramatically increase the cost of mandatory health insurance for international students. President of NCI, Gina Quin, notes: “Most of our international students are here for a single academic year on master’s programmes, so they won’t be deemed as ordinarily resident for the purposes of health insurance.”
19 October 2018 – IBEC Newsroom
This article quotes president of NCI, Gina Quin, “Cities are driven by talented people, and skills and lifelong learning are key drivers of the success of Dublin’s IFSC. National College of Ireland prides itself on being closely aligned to the needs of learners and the Financial Services Industry.”
16 October 2018 – The Irish Times
Includes listing of NCI’s open days, as well as briefly describing the college
18 October 2018 – The Evening Echo (print only) and Business & Finance
Aspira appoint Head of Emerging Technologies
Dr Vikas Sahni, lecturer at NCI, is appointed Head of Emerging Technologies at Aspira, the specialist enterprise solutions company.
04 October 2018 – Business and Finance
Among the qualifications of Paul Malone, newly appointed Deputy General Secretary of the Association of Higher Civil and Public Servants (AHCPS), is a CIPD certificate in personnel practice from NCI.
05 October 2018 - Irish Rugby
Michael Noone, Clontarf’s new captain, obtained a Masters in Business and Finance at NCI.
29 October 2018 – Women Mean Business
Cecilia Ronan, new CCO for Citi Ireland, serves on the board of NCI.
25 October 2018 – The Northern Standard
CodeWeek EU 2018 launched at Monaghan Institute (print only)
NCI MSc in Cybersecurity student, Fulvio Romano, was guest speaker at MI’s CodeWeek launch.
25 October 2018 – Donegal Democrat
Frank Larkin credits an NCI course made available in Letterkenny IT for opening up a number of job avenues for him.