Join us on Thursday 4th April at TU Dublin College of Business as we bring together leading industry experts and academics to explore the virtual worker, virtual teams, effective flexible work practices and management approaches.
Pictured at Student Pitch (L-R): Mark Hamilton (BDO), Conor Kilbride (TU Dublin student), Sean Gallagher (serial entrepreneur), Brian Lake (TU Dublin student), Prof Weaver, Christopher Mc Nulty (TU Dublin student) and Prof. Thomas Cooney (Lecturer in Entrepreneurship, TU Dublin)
Pictured: Marian Jennings (Lecturer in Law, TU Dublin- College of Business) Prof. Dr. Monika Huesmann (Berlin School of Economics and Law) and Dr. Mary Prendergast (Assistant Head, School of Management, TU Dublin)
Students from TU Dublin School of Accounting & Finance received a unique insight into JP Morgan, one of the world's largest financial services companies and investment banks, at a recent workshop organised by TU Dublin SMF (Student Managed Fund) in their new offices in Sir John Rogerson's Quay.
Two exciting research opportunities are now open at the College of Business with the project "Brexit Implication for Irish Freight, Logistics and Transportation". The project will assess potential post-Brexit implications for the logistics and transportation sector and the impact on movements of goods between Ireland, the other EU Member States, or the United Kingdom.
Pictured: L-R- Sophie Davies (Accenture), Leslie Shoemaker (ESTeEm programme co-coordinator), Martha Sikwese (4th year Business Computing), Aleksandra Leonova (4th year Business Computing), Zoe Herbert (2nd year Business Analytics), Marie Cunney (SAP & ESTeEM Mentor), Xyrille Santos (2nd year Business Analytics) and Farrah Higgins (lecturer in Business Computing & Business Analytics).
Dr Anushree Priyadarshini from the School of Accounting and Finance is part of the project ‘EXCEL-ALGAE’ with UCD School of Agriculture and Food Science, selected as one of the five projects in Europe for the Enhance MicroAlgae Acceleration Programme.
The John Molson Undergraduate Case Competition (JMUCC) is an annual, week-long event that takes place in the heart of downtown Montreal, and challenges twenty-four international teams from renowned business schools.
The Student Managed Fund initiative provides TU Dublin students with real-world investment management experience. The fund allows students to develop skills in the fields of business analysis, investing, risk management, valuations and equity analysis within a secure corporate governance structure.
Left to right; Mary Connaughton (Director CIPD Ireland), Vivienne Kavanagh (Employee Development and Equality Executive, Dublin Bus), Avril Hutch (Head of EDI, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland) and Dr. Mary Prendergast, Assistant Head of School, School of Management
This is the final round of the NIBS case competition where students tackle real-world international business challenges in a best-on-best team tournament, benefiting from unique settings that immerse them in the culture of the host country.
Pictured: Left to Right: Aidan Flynn, General Manager FTA Ireland; Declan Allen, Assist Head, School of Management; Dr Katrina Lawlor Dean, College of Business; Professor David Fitzpatrick, President TU Dublin; Edward Tersmette, policy officer, European Commission, Secretariat General, Structural Reforms Support Service (SRSS); Martin Diskin, Road Transport and Freight Policy Division, DTTAS; Dr Deirdre McQuillan, Head of Research, College of Business; Dr Amr Mahfouz , Lecturer and Project Manager, School of Management; Paul O’Reilly Head, School of Management
The 13th annual College of Business Retail Management Symposium, takes place the 5th to the 7th of February as part of the MBS in Retail Management with this year’s focus on the key issues pertaining to the development of new and imaginative retail formats for the 21st century consumer
An integral part of the MSc International Business is the seminar series which runs in the 2nd Semester throughout January and February. The eclectic range of multi-disciplinary seminars is delivered by a range of visiting academics and practitioners, as well as TU Dublin College of Business faculty members, each seminar deals with a topic at the cutting edge of the discipline of International Business.
Dr Roisin Vize from the School of Marketing at DIT College of Business is the recipient of the college award from DIT Hothouse Discovery Fund. The competitive funding stream was established to support innovative early stage research that has significant impact potential.
The RTE Radio 1 programme Brainstorm on Sunday, 9 December at 6pm will feature an interview with Alacoque McAlpine, Lecturer and PhD researcher in Supply Chain Management in the School of Marketing at DIT.
TU Dublin School of Marketing are celebrating the ninth successful year of its Postgraduate Diploma in Advertising and Digital Communication and welcome ambitious individuals looking to pursue a career in the communications industry.
DIT is delighted to announce the launch of an exciting new part-time programme- MSc in Project Management, designed by a team of Project Management experts to meet the current and future needs of organisations in dealing with Project, Programme and Portfolio management initiatives.
DIT Students Claire Nicholl and Ciaran Conlon have won Accenture’s Leaders of Tomorrow summer accelerator programme. The pair were recognised for their work developing an app called Compensave which uses gamification to make saving money fun.
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DIT is hosting a series of briefings for parents, guardians and families of students starting out on their college careers. Over 800 parents attended last year, with 100% agreeing in a feedback survey that they would recommend the event to another parent.
Excitement is building in DIT as we prepare to welcome first years embarking on their college careers. Before classes begin on Monday, 17 September, DIT will host a series of events to help you settle in, including your programme orientation.
Find out how studying at Ireland's first Technological University could revitalise your career by registering for your place at the MBA Information Morning in DIT Aungier Street on Tuesday, 14 August at 8:30 am.
The alliance of Dublin Institute of Technology, Institute of Technology Blanchardstown and Institute of Technology Tallaght is set to become the first Technological University (TU Dublin) in Ireland, as revealed by An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD in Grangegorman today.
DIT School of Management is delighted to announce that our part-time one year BSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management has been approved for Springboard+ funding. This allows a 90% discount on the normal ?3,000 programme fee for eligible applicants.