The Centre for Executive and International Education at DCU Business School runs a number of International Programmes.
Summer 2012 marked an important milestone in the history of DCU Business School with the signing of a four-year partnership Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Under this agreement, DCU Business School is currently delivering two Undergraduate Degree Programmes at the PNU: a Bachelor in Business Studies International Finance BSIF, and Bachelor of Marketing, Innovation and Technology (MINT) and an MSc in Business Administration.
Dublin City University Business School in partnership with Business Leaders Malta offers an MSc in Leadership and Organisational Behaviour. The programme is delivered in Malta by DCU Faculty on a block release basis, with the first cohort scheduled to graduate in 2018.
Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education
DCU Business School was selected to design and deliver an innovative Entrepreneurship programme aimed at academics in partnership with the Malaysian Ministry for Higher Education (MOHE) and DCU Ryan Academy. The initiative is part of a Malaysian government policy to encourage entrepreneurship by providing relevant skills throughout their third level education system.
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