DCU Business School Junior Cert Awards Winners announced
DCU Business School celebrated the fifth annual Junior Certificate awards in recognition of the achievements of the top performers in the Junior Certificate Business Studies Exams in schools in the Dublin city and county areas.
The awards were developed to highlight the importance of studying business studies at second level and recognise the excellent achievements of the top performers. The DCU Business School Junior Certificate awards also help to improve collaboration and communication between staff and students at second and third levels of the education sector in the area of business studies, contributing to a better learning environment for students.
DCU wishes to acknowledge the part played in their success by parents and guardians, other family members and the teachers who guided their learning and helped to motivate the students towards their achievement in the business studies exam.
DCU Business School awarded the top three students as follows:
Elizabeth Bolger, Loreto College, St Stephen’s Green
Rhona Pierce, Skerries Community School (In Absentia)
Congratulations to all schools involved and we wish each student the best of luck as they progress with their academic and business careers!
Pictured (L-R): Billy Kelly, DCU Dean of Teaching and Learning; Karl Foster, BSTAI Dublin Branch; Elizabeth Bolger, Loreto College, St Stephen’s Green; Danielle Maxwell, Holy Faith Secondary School, Clontarf; Kenneth Browne, DCU Student’s Union President; Dr. Anne Sinnott, DCU Business School Executive Dean
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