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Scholarship opportunity for the Postgraduate Diploma in Product Management

Posted: 14 July, 2016

DIT and the Irish Software Association Skillnet announce new scholarship for the multi-award winning Postgraduate Diploma in Product Management.

At the launch of the ISA Skillnet-DIT Scholarship – Graduates of the Postgraduate Diploma and MSc in Product Management: Joanne O’Malley - Chief Technology Officer at Visor, Vanessa Sousa Rey - Application Support Team Lead at Fleetmatics and Roger Fitzpatrick – Vice President of Product Management at Openet.

DIT College of Business in partnership with the Irish Software Association Skillnet are pleased to announce a new scholarship for our award-winning Postgraduate Diploma in Product Management valued at €6,000.

This will allow a high calibre product manager from a progressive company in the software/digital technology sector, to attain the leading qualification for product managers in Ireland. 120 executives from across the sector have already achieved this international award. The practice-based, research-informed programme has contributed to scalability and performance across a range of companies including; Realex, Openet, ding*, Fleetmatics, Citibank, SAP and Google.

The high-impact programme is delivered on a flexible part-time basis to meet the needs of busy product managers and other senior executives, who require comprehensive applied knowledge of how to create and deliver profitable, scalable products.

Further information on the DIT/ISA Postgraduate Diploma in Product Management and how to apply for the scholarship can be found at The deadline for applications is Friday, July 19th for the programme commencing September 2016. The scholarship will cover 100% of programme fees. This is a competitive process and shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend a selection interview.

For further information, contact or call 0818 919 820.