135 Dublin City University Business School masters students reached the final hurdle last Friday as they presented their final group presentations to their clients. 

30 groups of students were matched up with a variety of companies back in January, when clients informed the students on the background to the live project. From there, the teams mapped out the market utilising primary and secondary research to problem solve.   

The year-long project gave plenty of time for groups to implement, analyse and optimise some of the applied activities. The groups were also offered the unique opportunity at the results phase of the project to give effective advice to the client and critically analyse live data, offering masters students a hands-on experience that exceeds the value of doing a dissertation.

The practicums are sourced from a wide range of organisations, both business and not-for-profit. 

Wayne Tyrell, Senior Legal Advisor, Irish Aviation Authority said 

“Thoroughly enjoyed working with the DCU practicum students. I was very impressed with the standard of work delivered. The stand-out quality from the groups that I worked with was their innovative approach to solving problems and their confidence in the implementation of solutions”

Practicum Day is a special day within the faculty, Professor Dominic Elliott shares 

“On behalf of the faculty, I would like to offer congratulations to all our postgraduate students presenting their practicum projects to their clients and peers last Friday.  The practicum project offers you a wealth of experience to take with you into industry! Thank you to all our industry partners and alumni who teamed up with us offering this unique opportunity to solve real-world problems.”

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Moving to a new country and leaving the comfort of home can be a daunting experience. As an international student, I joined DCU Business School to upskill myself in 2022 and decided to reside at DCU Campus Residences. I am incredibly grateful to have found a home away from home that provides me with a safe and welcoming environment.

DCU Campus Residences offers outstanding facilities that make everyday living convenient and enjoyable. My apartment, Post Graduate A, is well-equipped, spacious, and furnished with everything I need. The kitchen has all the necessary appliances and utensils for cooking my favourite meals. Laundry facilities within the residence save me the hassle of finding an external laundromat. These excellent amenities enhance my overall living experience.

Living at DCU Campus Residences has provided me with exceptional facilities and allowed me to forge lifelong friendships. One such friend is Wei Xing Chee (AKA- Marcus), who hails from Malaysia and is pursuing an MSc in Management (Business) at DCU Business School. The residence’s location is well-connected, allowing me to explore the city of Dublin and beyond.

Accessible public transportation, such as bus stops and train stations, makes it easy to venture out and discover new places. This connectivity enables me to immerse myself in the local culture and make the most of my time in Ireland. DCU Campus Residences also prioritises security, providing peace of mind. The dedicated staff is always available and ensures a safe living environment.

My experience at DCU Campus Residences has been truly memorable. The exceptional facilities, access to university amenities, convenient connectivity, and sense of security have made it a true home away from home. I am grateful for this wonderful living experience at DCU and look forward to sharing more stories of my journey as an international student in Ireland. Connect with me on Instagram @marketer_singh and LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/marketerparamjotsingh/ to stay updated on my experiences.

Author: Paramjot Singh, MSc Digital Marketing

Congratulations on your decision to pursue your postgraduation at Dublin City University (DCU)! As you start on this exciting journey, it is essential that you get acquainted with the fundamental aspects of academic life at DCU. This blog will look at academic writing, reference, accessible support resources, commitment hours, and DCU’s focused faculty staff.

Academic Writing and Referencing:

Effective academic writing is essential for success in your postgraduate studies. DCU offers various resources and mentoring to assist you in improving your academic writing abilities. The DCU Writing Centre provides individual consultations, workshops, and online tools to help you develop your writing style, structure your assignments, and improve your critical thinking skills. They may provide helpful feedback on your writing, which can help you enhance your overall academic achievement.

Referencing is another important aspect of academic writing, and DCU maintains strict reference policies. DCU Library provides thorough citing guidelines and courses to help you comply with the proper referencing standard, whether it be APA, MLA, Harvard, or any other.


You will be given a range of assignments during your postgraduate programme, including essays, literature reviews, research papers, presentations, and group projects. It is essential to effectively manage your time in order to fulfill deadlines and deliver high-quality work. DCU’s assignment instructions and tools, as well as faculty members’ assistance, can help you comprehend assignment requirements and construct compelling arguments.

Commitment Hours:

DCU’s postgraduate programmes require dedication and commitment. While the particular hours required will vary based on your degree, it is important to allocate enough time for lectures, tutorials, self-study, and research. Maintain a good work-life balance by scheduling time for leisure and personal hobbies.

Faculty Staff:

DCU is proud of its talented faculty members who are experts in their respective disciplines. They provide the classroom with a plethora of knowledge, industrial experience, and research skills. DCU’s academics and staff are dedicated to assisting your academic advancement, giving advice, and fostering critical thinking. Never feel hesitant to approach them during office hours or make an appointment to address any academic questions or seek clarification.

Services in DCU:

DCU provides a variety of services to promote your general well-being and academic performance. The DCU Library has an abundance of resources for your research and study requirements, including online databases, e-books, and scholarly publications. The library also provides study areas, computer facilities, and printing services.

Additionally, DCU’s Student Support and Development team offers services such as counseling, career guidance, and student well-being initiatives. These services are designed to help you overcome challenges, maintain mental well-being, and make the most of your postgraduate journey.


Remember that academic writing, referencing, and the various support services are crucial foundations of your success as you become settled into your postgraduate degree at DCU. Utilise the tools offered by the writing centre and the DCU library to develop your writing abilities and research strategies. To guarantee a meaningful and successful postgraduate experience, interact with academic personnel and take advantage of their knowledge and extensive range of support services provided by DCU.

Make the most of the worthwhile prospects that DCU has in store for you as you embrace this exciting phase of your academic career. Good luck with your studies and keep in mind that the DCU community is here to help you at every turn.

Author: Dixith Kannan Ramabadharan

Postgraduate Student Ambassador

Studying MSc in Finance

Dublin City University

DCU Business School is delighted to announce that it has strengthened its overall position in Ireland by ranking 1st for citations and has joined second in the subject area of Business & Economics [Ranking of 126-150] in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2023. This accolade reflects a strong performance from our faculty and an endorsement of research and teaching excellence.

‘I didn’t know where I wanted to go. The MSc opened my mind to new things’

DCU Business School’s MSc Management (Business) is designed for people without a business or management undergrad who are ready to take the leap to a new industry or progress their career in the long term. As well as covering the core business disciplines, students complete an applied project with a client company and develop managerial skills as part of the unique Next Generation Management programme.

After graduating with a law degree in his home country of Belgium in 2016, Brian Adeleye wasn’t sure what his next steps should be. He used the MSc at DCU Business School as a bridge to the world of tech and business management, and is currently an Account Director at LinkedIn’s Dublin office. Here, he shares his experience.

I kind of studied everything at secondary school: science, business, even Latin. I was fairly good at most subjects. My parents didn’t push me to make any one choice. They said, ‘You decide for yourself.’ But of course at that age you’re not sure what you want to do or be.

I figured that law would suit how my brain works. The reasoning, the cautious nature, the aspects of avoiding and resolving conflict… those were all things I could identify with.

But the big issue with a degree in law, at least for me, is that the profession is very set in its ways. I wanted to bring my skills and learnings to something else once I graduated, but I couldn’t see any opportunities for me outside of the legal profession.

Yes, I could be a solicitor, or a barrister, but I had an entrepreneurial mindset and a passion for starting new projects and I wanted to explore those things. I did some thinking and spoke to a few different people, and decided that a Masters in business could help get me where I wanted to go.

Searching for the perfect course

Starting out, my first question was ‘Which courses can I actually apply for?’ A lot of Masters programmes require a business undergrad and obviously I didn’t have that. It was also really important to me to find a course that covered the core concepts of business, without being so broad that I’d feel I was doing an undergrad all over again. The MSc at DCU felt like the right fit.

Ireland as a country appealed to me – I speak English and had spent some time living in the US, so I didn’t feel it would be too tough of a transition from life in Belgium. Also, I thought that studying here could be a good stepping stone to some of the tech companies I had my eye on. (My instincts were right, as it turns out.)

A lot of people would say the workload is the most challenging aspect of a programme like the MSc. I was already pretty used to high workloads from my undergrad, so for me the challenge was more unexpected: I had to learn a whole new way of looking at things.


Broadening my horizons

In the legal world, your aim is to be as cautious and analytical as possible. You’re trying to restrict your thinking. In business, it’s the opposite, because you’re always trying to broaden your view. I had a few professors say to me, ‘Brian, you’re being a bit safe, try to open things up a bit.’

It took me the whole of the first semester to really ‘get it’. I had to work hard to transition my way of thinking, but once I did, I started to get a much clearer sense of how the course could help me to move forward in my career.

The MSc changed so much about how I look at things. It even made me see new possibilities for the work I could have done with my law degree – it’s not just about becoming a solicitor or a barrister. I could have taken that degree and become an entrepreneur, I could have worked in contract renewal, or in negotiation.

Mix of backgrounds

The variety of backgrounds your classmates are coming from is a huge advantage of the MSc, and it’s something you’re really encouraged to leverage. We had people coming from nursing, from graphic design, from so many industries, which meant everyone brought their own expertise.

I’d say to anyone doing this course to dive in to those connections. The way the programme is structured almost makes it mandatory to build relationships with your fellow students. I think a lot of people tend to associate being determined with being isolated, but you can want to succeed and also be open to connection. Many of the people that I studied with are still great friends who I’d chat to day in, day out.

Looking to the future

Coming up to graduation in 2017, I didn’t have a clear path forward set out, but I knew where I wanted to get to eventually: I did, and still do, want to become an entrepreneur myself someday.

So my aim to get me there is to work in different facets of business and learn as much as I can. It might take me 10 or 20 years to get to the point of leading my own business but when I get there, I’ll have developed so many different skills.

After graduation, I started as a contractor at Twitter’s Dublin office, before moving to LinkedIn. I’ve worked my way through the ranks there and went from sales to account management to my current role as Account Director. I love the role, and even the Irish weather has grown on me at this stage!

Even beyond applying for jobs, there are lots of other small ways the coursework has helped me in my daily work. I can have a conversation with a business client or executive about invoicing or tax, and I’ll know where they’re coming from. I have a certain level of comfort around business topics that definitely wouldn’t be there otherwise.

Overall, I don’t think I could have put all the various pieces together to start working toward my end goal without doing the MSc. It opened my mind in so many ways.

Want to bring your skills to the next level? DCU Business School’s MSc in Management (Business) is designed for people without a business or management undergrad who are ready to take the leap to a new industry. Join students on an MSc programme that’s ranked in the world’s top 90 Masters in Management courses by the Financial Times. Applications are open now. Find out more here.

This article was first published in thejournal.ie on Jul 29th 2021

Q. Why did you choose this course?
A. I started with Business Management and then switched to Communications but I’m now back studying Business since the different aspects of the subject really interest me. I see myself having a company of my own in fashion. While I already have an interest in the industry, there are aspects of running a business-like Finance, Analytics that I’m really exploring and learning about through this course.

Q. Which is your favourite module?
A. I’m really thrilled about the Consulting module and the way it is being taught. The classes are very interactive, and you get to learn so much from each session. To be able to understand the needs of the business and structure a plan around it to benefit the business and how many small things you need to focus on while doing this is something that really interests me.

Q. How do you manage your time between basketball practice and an intense course?
A. I start my day with a to-do list which has proved to be the most effective practice to manage my time effectively for me. Once I have my list in order, I start my day with classes and have a set schedule of all the tasks I need to accomplish during the day.

Q. This can be overwhelming. What methods work best for you to relax yourself?
A. Since our classes are in the morning or during the afternoon, I manage to spend 8 hours every day attending classes, interacting with other students, and focusing on meetings for assignments. This can be overwhelming sometimes so I take a walk around the campus park to relax myself. I also sometimes just light my candles and meditate whenever I’m feeling overwhelmed with work.

Q. What is your favourite part about the basketball program here at DCU?
A. To give back to the community, I coach school children. This is also a part of our Victory scholarship. Between my friend and I, we manage to do 40 hours of coaching every week. During this, I help kids with skills that they need to develop to better themselves at the sport. Also, this scholarship is helping me further my education and I’m learning a lot of things that interest me in my course while helping me develop skills that I need to have a successful career.

Q. What is the best part about the course you’re pursuing?
A. It’s so much fun to be able to interact with other students, learn about their culture, their background. It’s interesting to understand what other students are trying to accomplish in life through this course and I always learn something new while collaborating with them in assignments and group projects.

Q. What do you think is the most important trait to be successful?
A. Determination. I believe if you are determined to achieve something and really go at it, there isn’t anything that can stop you. It’s all about having a positive mindset and really be determined to manage all aspects of your life to be able to succeed.

Course Page: https://business.dcu.ie/course/management-business/

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Muskan Sahdev completed the MSc in Management Business in 2020.  An international student from India, Muskan shares her experience with us, from arriving in DCU as a student, to today, a recent graduate who has returned to deliver guest lectures to the next intake of students.  

“Like most students, I conducted a thorough research to narrow down the university in which I wanted to study. I considered factors such as the location, reputation and ranking of the university. But, the two most important factors for me were the course structure and securing on-campus accommodation. I was fortunate to be offered acceptance letters by some prestigious universities but while exploring the course structure of MSc. Management (Business) (MSBM) offered by DCU, the Next Generation Management (NGM) module and Practicum – Applied Research module which gave an opportunity to work with a real client on a project, stood out for me.

I landed in Dublin on 14th September 2019, two days ahead of the beginning of my orientation week. International students were given a massive warm welcome by the staff of the DCU International Office and DCU’s very helpful Student Ambassadors. I got to live, the first time ever out of home in Purcell House (DCU’s All Hallows Campus), a beautiful 17th century building.

Purcell House – DCU All Hallows Campus

I studied 12 diverse modules as part of my 1-year intensive Masters. The lessons I learnt at DCU continue to help me in my career and life in general. As part of my Data Analytics and Visualization module, I created my first ever Tableau dashboard using UNICEF’s real data on Gender Inequality. I created two of my first ever Process Maps to apply Lean and Six Sigma techniques theories which I learnt in my Business Process Innovation module. I submitted a 200+ pages project report to our client as part of my group Practicum – Applied Research module where we were the highest scoring team in our entire batch. I wrote and submitted a 70,000+ words portfolio, inclusive of reflections on activities I had volunteered for across all 4 core themes of Research, Career and Personal Development, Business and Society and Digital, and developed my Personal Development Plan (PDP) as part of the NGM Module, for which I scored a First-Class Honours.

My favourite spot to work from in DCU – The Pairc Room in the U Building, DCU Glasnevin Campus

I remember these words of my professors from my Induction week;  “You have one year, give your everything, because you won’t even realize how quickly this one year will pass” – Dr. Declan Curran had said. And “Trust the process” – Prof Gerry Conyngham had said. From that day on, my motto throughout my MSc. in Business Management became just that. Throughout my academic year, I tried to give my best and always remembered those words which truly kept me going.

My first ever Tableau Dashboard

My two first ever Process – Maps to apply Lean and Six Sigma techniques

During my time in DCU I also engaged in volunteer work which positively added to my personal development. Largely credited to the NGM module, I was appointed as an MS Excel tutor for undergraduate students of DCU, Age Friendly Teaching Programme team lead, volunteer at HeadstARTS DCU, a minor back-end mentor for Enactus DCU, and a Member of DCU Tennis Club.

In August 2020, I became a MSBM graduate by scoring an overall 2nd Class Honours Grade 1. I was ranked 10th in my class. I will always be extremely grateful to all my professors, mentors and wonderful peers for their unwavering support, without whom my journey at DCU wouldn’t have been possible.

Along with the absolute joy, experiences and guidance I was able to gather at DCU, I hoped to work with DCU one day because I wanted to have the tremendous opportunity to give something back to DCU for all the pivotal teachings I gained here. I did indeed get the opportunity to work on two projects with supervisors who have not been just mere colleagues, but such strong, and respected trailblazers in their own fields.

With the mountain of experiences I gathered at DCU and during my undergraduate degree, confirmed my passion to continue working in teams on meaningful projects. After DCU, I started working with Dublin City Council, to support the establishment of the first ever European Programme Office to be formed in any County Council across Ireland. Just 6 months into my new role, I have been able to gather diverse enriching experiences with opportunities to develop an understanding of Dublin City Council, explore EU Policies, conduct stakeholder mapping, build partnerships and with all that, have a strong focus on my personal development.

I sincerely hope that I was able to express my love for DCU as my alma mater. If you choose to be a part of this institution, that is a harbinger of diversity, inclusiveness, innovation and support, and you feel you’d be making the right choice, 100% go ahead with your gut feeling. As once you’re a part of DCU, you’d definitely feel it’s a place you’ll belong. To all the current DCU students, you’re in the right place – have faith in yourself and your professors. I wish each of you the very best for a successful academic year.”


To find out more and to connect with Muskan see her profile here.

If you are interested in the MSc in Management Business, find out more here.

Known for its diversity and multiculturalism, DCU is a one-stop destination for international students looking to grow in their personal and professional lives. The inclusivity at DCU makes interaction with different races and cultures more interesting by organizing events such as movie nights, Arctic Disco, Christmas markets, and many more. The wide range of clubs and societies enables international students to connect with like-minded individuals who share the same interests. DCU has also designed an International Faith Centre for international students coming from different religions to get together and find solace within their surroundings. 

Here are some highlights of what a few International Students have to say when asked about their favourite thing about studying at DCU: 

One of my favourite things about DCU, coming from a non-English background is that I get to interact with my peers from all across the globe, which enables me to improve my spoken English, benefiting me in my future career. Students like me, for whom English is a second language, are taken into consideration by the professors to deliver the content of the class, making it easy for the non-local students to understand the content of the module. – Wen from China, pursuing Msc. in Strategy Management. 

My favourite thing about DCU is the vast and magnificent campus. The sports complex, the cafes on campus, the student restaurant, and Nubar are some of the treasured spots on campus. This has helped me get to know my peers outside of the classroom and build connections over and above the academics. After a long day, I love spending time with my friends in and around such a vibrant campus. – Shams from London, pursuing a PhD. In Computing. 

At DCU, there are many international students, and even though we come from different parts of the world, the one thing that connects us is that we are away from home. This brings us together, and in that process, we find our home on-campus. Interacting with so many talented individuals from different cultures has cherished my social life and grown me personally. – Mann Maheshwari from India, pursuing Msc. in Strategy Management. 

An interview with Romal Thakkar, one of our International students from Mumbai, India, pursuing an MSc. in Business Management, gave us quite an insight into the life of an International student at DCU. Let’s take a look at what he had to say. 

Q. What is your favourite thing about studying at DCU?

A. The ideal learning environment which DCU provides through its academic staff, facilities, classmates, and location. All of these make for a successful and memorable study experience.

Q. How easy/hard do you find getting around on campus?

A. Getting around the campus is intuitive and straightforward, as there are plenty of signs and indications on the campus and academic buildings. And if someone is still confused, you can always ask the friendly staff or students at DCU for directions. At various spots on-campus, there are maps displayed, which further aids in finding the way around the campus.

I can recall my first day at the campus; I was a bit nervous seeing how huge the campus was. I had come in 30 minutes before the lecture time, as I thought it would take some time to find my way around. However, on getting down at the Helix bus stop, I quickly found my way to the Business building easily.  

Q. What impact has DCU had on your social life?

A. Coming abroad to study at DCU for a Master’s study has been a significant decision. When I met my classmates and started socializing with them, they were bright, social, and intellectual. Socializing with them daily keeps me engaged and motivated. We meet a couple of times every week to discuss classwork and other topics. Moreover, being social and extroverted has helped me make plenty of friends and valuable connections. I have also joined various clubs and societies, like the Debate club, Enactus, and volunteering society, to connect with people having similar interests and hobbies. Thus, DCU has had a significant positive impact on my social life, and it has been incredibly active and exciting.

Q. Do you think professors are accessible? 

A. All the professors in my program are highly knowledgeable in their field and skilled at teaching. The lectures are interactive and engaging, and the professors encourage students to ask questions and doubts in class, irrespective of how big or small the question is. Apart from this, professors also make time after class for any queries or concerns, and they also have office hours every week for any questions or issues regarding the subject. Furthermore, the professors are also considerate, and some of them go out of their way to solve a student’s query. The majority of the professors in my program are very accessible and open to discussions with the students at any point during the semester.

Q. What does a typical day look like in your life?

A. A typical day during the semester at DCU involves waking up early morning, taking a bath, cooking breakfast and catching, a bus for the university. Most days consist of multiple lectures, one of them being in the early morning. After attending a two-hour morning lecture, I would usually head for lunch with friends at one of the delicious restaurants at DCU. After grabbing lunch, we would sit outdoors and finish up on our food while discussing the materials covered in class. Most of the days, there is a gap of an hour or two between lectures, which gives us time for lunch and to prepare for the following lecture. 

Q. Name the most special thing about DCU, which makes DCU stand out from other universities.

A. I feel multiple aspects make DCU stand out from the rest of the universities.

Firstly, the vast campus and a wide array of academic buildings, offering an extensive catalogue of courses across varied disciplines. Connecting with people from different courses and backgrounds makes for interesting conversations and a great network.

Secondly, DCU offers widely reputed and competitively ranked programs. It provides an ideal learning environment for students and suitably prepares them for research and industry. While studying, there are also ample opportunities for business internships and networking, thereby allowing students to gain professional experience alongside studying. 

Lastly, the diverse teaching, a network of peers from different walks of life, and varied experiences from an international business school would also help me for my future career progression.

These are some aspects, on top of my mind, that make DCU special.

Q. How would you describe your fellow students?

A. My classmates in the MSBM course are dedicated and hardworking. Networking with able, like-minded, and ambitious peers makes for successful academic life at the university. Many of the students in the class come from different educational backgrounds, which makes for a diverse experience. Academically, the majority of my classmates strive for high scores and work intensely towards achieving them. Socially, it has been a delight meeting and conversing with motivated & experienced classmates. Even when it comes to class participation, a very high proportion of students actively participate. Thus, my classmates are driven and high achievers.

Q. How has the academic life been treating you? Are you getting the required help with your assignments? 

A. Academic life at DCU has been going very well. The teachers are proficient, great at teaching, and always open to questions in person or email. The teaching assistants for various subjects have also been invaluable. They are guiding on assignments, providing feedback on projects & presentations, answering queries, and promptly uploading essential materials on Loop (student portal). Apart from the academic staff, other resources such as Library workshops, writing centre, and subject experts helping with assignments have also been of immense help. Career planning provided by experts at DCU has also been beneficial. I have utilized most of these resources and found them to be very resourceful.

Author:  , Current Student of the MSc Management Strategy

Check out our Postgraduate Offering: https://business.dcu.ie/post-graduate/


Why I chose to do MSBM.

As I approached the end of my undergraduate Engineering degree in UCD, I knew that my future career path was more likely to be in the business world than as an onsite Engineer. However, I had no idea how I could make the transition between the two fields. The MSc in Management (Business) in DCU was highlighted to me by a careers advisor as the perfect stepping stone for someone like me. MSBM was sold to me as an intensive one year masters course where if I was willing to work hard and apply myself I would walk away with a strong foundation in a range of business and management areas.  As well as this, I spoke to several alumni of various postgraduate programmes in DCU, all of whom remarked about the inviting atmosphere and culture within the university. I can safely say this was proven to be true due to the level of support that was provided to me by our programme chair, lecturers and business school despite the global pandemic and its effects.


My MSBM Experience.

 Completing the Masters in Management (Business) over the last 12 months has been a challenging but incredibly rewarding experience. I have watched myself develop skills ranging from various data analytic skills to gaining a clear understanding of how important interpersonal skills and technology are to a modern manager. The course has given me the opportunity to explore a wide range of fields with Next Generation Management a particular highlight in this regard. The range of topics I have studied have allowed me to really explore which aspects of the modern corporate world appeal to me and helped to figure out what the next step for my career will be.


My Advice to Incoming Students

 I would have two major pieces of advice for incoming MSBM students:

Firstly, throw yourself into the course by getting to grips with the work and content from day one and by making friends and socialising with as many people as possible. I think that by being on top of your work and having a network within your class, your experience in the course will be improved tenfold.

I would also recommend reaching out to lecturers early in the semester. My experience this year has been that all the lecturers are more than happy to help and solve any issues you have within their class which was a relief to me considering my lack of background in business.

How MSBM Helped to Bridge the Gap Between my Engineering Undergraduate and a Business Career.

MSBM has proven to be a crucial stepping stone for me this year. The qualification has opened doors to career opportunities that simply would not have been available to me before this year. As well as this, I think arguably more importantly this course has helped me to develop a myriad of soft skills that I can now combine with my analytical skills which I developed during my undergraduate degree. When I reflect on the year as a whole, I can see that I would never have developed so many skills in such a short period of time without completing this course.  I am now confident I have the foundation to build my ideal career from here.

View course page for our MSc Management Business here