WHERE INNOVATION LEADS LEARNING
Just as today’s organisations operate in a business environment that requires constant innovation, adaptability and reinvention in order to succeed, at DCU Business School we place innovation at the heart of everything we do. We respond to the needs of people, organisations and societies with agility and dynamism. We do this to ensure our academic programmes are ahead of the curve, and our graduates enter the world of work equipped with the latest and most relevant knowledge and skills. Our longstanding connection to industry has been the hallmark of our approach to education since our foundation in 1980.
The School’s success and reputation is underpinned by the following strengths:
• Programmes that develop ‘work-ready’ graduates for the global marketplace.
• Internationally recognised research with strong academic and industry impact.
• Extensive collaborations with the local and internationally oriented industry ecosystem.
• A collegial culture, with faculty and staff who are committed to supporting our students and stakeholders.
We bring an energy and an entrepreneurial zeal to all our activities. This dynamism derives from being part of Ireland’s University of Enterprise and Transformation, located in one of Europe’s most thriving business locations. Dublin city is the European hub for the world’s top companies in technology, financial services, pharma and life sciences. We focus on strategically important business sectors in Ireland, and take pride in the impact our engagement has on Irish industry and, increasingly, on international organisations.
Our graduates leave us equipped to analyse with precision and think strategically; empowered to solve business problems creatively and to act with conviction and confidence in their organisations. As our programmes have become increasingly global in scope and our student body more international, our alumni are networked across the globe, making a significant contribution to companies and economies in over 60 countries across five continents.