DIT MSc Strategic Management- Part-Time Programme, ideal for the busy professional looking to accelerate their career.

14 July 2017

DIT's MSc Strategic Management part-time programme is listed as most popular programme in DIT - Irish Times Postgraduate Options 2016 and 2017

Commencing this September, applications are coming to a close for the well established MSc Strategic Management offered in DIT College of Business on a part-time basis for busy professionals looking to progress their career.

Expertise in strategic management and planning has never been more important given the turbulent and challenging environments within which businesses now operate. At EU level change is now an ever present feature in relation to the money markets, banking and economics in general. At a global level businesses are faced with new competitors and different configurations of technologies generating new products. All this change has to be anticipated and managed by business at a strategic level to ensure continued success. 

Top Reasons to study Strategic Management at DIT

⦁ Develop a deeper understanding and expertise of strategy formulation and implementation
⦁ Develop relevant analytical, communication and group work skills for today’s business environment
⦁ Accelerate your progression to senior management
⦁ Study in one of Ireland’s largest Business Colleges
⦁ Study at one of the top universities globally with DIT ranked in the top 4% 
⦁ Be part of a large postgraduate community

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Careers or further progression
Past graduates have taken up management positions in a range of sectors including technology, communications, finance, government organisations and departments, consultancy houses, public sector bodies and non-profit organisations in a diverse range of companies. 

Technology and Communications: Facebook, Google, Oracle, Vodafone, Intel,

Finance: AIB, Central Bank, Department of Finance, Citi

Consultancy Houses: Accenture, Deloitte, PriceWaterhouseCoopers

General Management: CRH Plc, BMW Group, Mitsubishi, HSE

Contact Details 

Dr Phil Hanlon- Programme co-ordinator
T: 01 402 3128 
E: phil.hanlon@dit.ie

Ada Gully- Graduate School Administrator
T: 01 402 7016 
E: ada.gully@dit.ie

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