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UCD Smurfit School

Lay the foundation for success with a UCD Smurfit School MBA or Master's

UCD Smurfit School is hosting an Open Evening on Wednesday, 16th November.

FOLLOWING YOUR AMBITIONS can be frightening or incur feelings of self-doubt about your path in life. To set you on your journey, it’s important to provide yourself with a good foundation.

At UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School, you can set yourself apart with a master’s or MBA that will help establish those foundations for success. 

UCD Smurfit School is Ireland’s leading business school and research centre offering a world-class education that equips students to become impactful business leaders. It is one of an elite group of schools worldwide to hold the ‘triple crown’ of accreditation from three centres of business and academic excellence—EQUIS, AACSB, and AMBA. 

Academic programmes at UCD Smurfit School consistently rank among the world’s best and are accredited by the most internationally respected organisations. The master’s in International Management is ranked 8th in the world by the Financial Times and the school is ranked 28th among leading European business schools. 

Elsewhere, engagement efforts have resulted in one of the world’s top business school alumni groups, with over 110,000 members of the UCD College of Business community in 35 international chapters.

To help you learn more about the programmes available, UCD Smurfit School is hosting an Open Evening on Wednesday, 16th November. The event will showcase the wide range of Full-Time Masters as well as the MBA Programmes, with a dedicated MBA Session on the night. Sessions focused on the the various master’s degrees will run from 4pm to 7pm, and sessions around the MBA are scheduled from 7pm to 8.30pm.


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The event will also feature information about the school’s part-time MSc in Management Online (new for 2023) and part-time MSc in Project Management Hybrid Online. During the open evening, you will have the opportunity to take a tour of the campus, attend presentations and meet with academic directors, programme managers, and current students. Attendees will also be in with a chance to win a number of prizes, including AirPods.

The UCD Smurfit School MBA is designed for highly ambitious professionals who want to move forward in their careers, either by advancing in their chosen field or using the MBA to facilitate a change in their career path. MBA students benefit from an outstanding and challenging academic curriculum delivered by world-renowned faculty within an intimate classroom setting.

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At the Open Evening, the MBA session from 7.00pm to 8.30pm will feature a Taster MBA Lecture, a careers panel discussion with current students and alumni as well information on MBA Admissions and scholarships. Those in attendance will also have the opportunity to meet with the MBA Programme and Admissions Teams. MBA applicants can undertake either the one-year full-time MBA programme or the two-year part-time Modular Executive MBA.

Undergraduate students of all academic backgrounds can check out the range of courses on offer and the possibilities that result in choosing the school as the destination for their master’s.

 TheJournal.ie and UCD Smurfit School are also delighted to once again partner in offering one reader an MBA scholarship. Full details, terms and conditions, and how to apply are available here.

Register today for the UCD Smurfit School Open Evening on Wednesday, November 16th.

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