Note: below blog is written on behalf of Bayreuth University introducing their new free study program: MSc Environment, Climate Change and Health.

During the last two decades it has been proven that environmental and climate changes are related to substantial physical and mental hazards of humans. There is an increase in infectious diseases, in cardiovascular diseases, in allergies as well as a rising incidence in tumor diseases. For an appropriate management of climate-, environment and health-associated difficulties in near future, an emphasis must be given in the understanding of the correlation between environment, climate change and health from a scientific and educational point of view. 

Climate change, together with other natural and human-made health stressors, influences human health and disease in numerous ways. Some existing health threats will intensify and new health threats will emerge. Not everyone is equally at risk. Important considerations include age, economic resources, and location.

Public health can be affected by disruptions of physical, biological, and ecological systems, including disturbances originating here and elsewhere. The health effects of these disruptions include increased respiratory and cardiovascular disease, injuries and premature deaths related to extreme weather events, changes in the prevalence and geographical distribution of food- and water-borne illnesses and other infectious diseases, and threats to mental health.

Increased heat, drought and insect outbreaks, are some main sources which all linked to climate change, and increased wildfires, declined water supplies, reduced agricultural yields, health impacts in cities due to heat, and flooding and erosion in coastal areas are additional concerns.

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If you are interested to know more and especially study this topic, then we invite you to join the Webinar from Bayreuth University on their Master´s Degree in Environment, Climate Change and Health. You can sign up to view it here:

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The new international master’s program: Environment, Climate Change and Health is a 2-year English-taught program. It provides a broad knowledge of causal relations between changing environment (e.g. biodiversity loss), climate (continuously rising temperatures) and health based on an integrative, interdisciplinary perspective including natural science, economics, jurisprudence and social science.

Solution-orientated management will be trained and international networking will be promoted.

Emphasis will be given on:

  • diseases related to environmental and climate change
  • strategies to handle and prevent these medical conditions
  • mitigation and adaptation policies
  • interdependent responsibilities of policy, industry and general public as well as on
  • possibilities and strategies for a climate- and environment-friendly and healthy lifestyle.

The intended audience for this online webinar are students with a bachelor degree in in economics, social, natural or health science, health economics, nursing, philosophy & economics, medicine or public health and an English proficiency level of B2 at least.

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If you’re interested to expand your cultural experiences and your educational background, you might want to consider moving to Switzerland. There are around 12 universities in Switzerland and a few other applied sciences research Universities, who are supported by the government and whose local fees are fairly low.

One of them is Franklin University, the only interdisciplinary liberal arts university in Switzerland that combines the best of both U.S. and Swiss education. Two of the programs they offer are:

You can join the Online open day for free, an informative session granted by the University for all the students around the world, an open invitation to get as much information as possible about the programmes. Simply click Here

Switzerland has 4 national languages – Swiss German, French, Italian and Romansch – English language is common on Master´s level programs, the number of courses available at an undergraduate level in English in slowly growing, however, mostly at University of applied sciences. Swiss is an amazing country, as a fan and connoisseur, having travel myself quite a few times to the chocolate capital I can say, its diversity and beautiful landscapes, trapped me. I fell in love with energy of its people and their tidiness on almost everything they do.

The cost of living in Switzerland is high, Zurich was named one of the most expensive cities in the world. However, some institutions will grant scholarships for foreign students – make sure to check the local Swiss Embassy website for more detailed information. Many Universities in Switzerland has been categorized as the best in the world, proving that education wise they are really prepared to give their students the full experience.

Switzerland provides a variety of study options, many of them highly focused on research, make sure to read all the information necessary prior to applying as the tuition fees often change and the variety of programmes is wide.
You should be aware that if you are a non – EU student you must apply for a Switzerland visa.

Here are some useful links for non-EU students

Want to know more about programs in Switzerland? Join the webinar!

Last note: be aware that in order to being able to apply, many students have to go through a screening process where a few qualifications might be required, depending on the programme and the School. There are plenty of choices you can pick to study, but you should be aware of the qualifications that are and aren’t recognized in Switzerland. If a credential or qualification is not recognised, you will have to pass the full Swiss maturity exam. If your program is in English you might need to bring your IELTS or TOEFL scores.

Make Switzerland your next destination, not only they have the best quality of life but Europe’s most prestigious higher education systems.

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Looking for a change of scenery? Dreaming of a life and a career in Canada?

You are invited to join us online February 10th (or On-demand anytime after!) when Algonquin College will talk about their unique opportunities provided to people from all around the world.

Algonquin College is one of the main Canadian colleges choice among international students and it is especially known for its focus on the employability of the students, taking into consideration the changing global economy.

In the webinar, Algonquin College will share with you inspiring stories of previous global students and give you an idea of your own opportunities within especially Brand/ Strategic Business Management or Sustainable Building Automation.

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Don’t miss out on this opportunity and save the date February 10th! Register now:

Study Brand/ Strategic Business Management or Sustainable Building Automation at ALGONQUIN COLLEGE (Polytechnic) in Canada : a world of opportunities

Do you want to make a difference? Remember: Light never stays still and neither should you. As Steve Job said: “If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. Stay hungry, stay foolish.”

For all our busy international executives that are interested in leveling up their business career with an MBA, we did some research and give you some good insights about the hottest trend of the Online or Distance MBA programs:

Study an online MBAWhy you should do an Online MBA?

You shouldn’t, but you’d definitely could and that’s the important point! Recently a very successful businessman that had 27.000 employees, most of them business graduates, informed us he was looking to study an MBA program in order not to feel uncomfortable when managing people with higher education qualifications than himself. Of course, he coudn’t afford going back to the campus studies so an Online MBA was what he chose.

Why an MBA on the first place?

Research shows that the main reasons are to increase your earning potential, be more competitive when looking for senior role opportunities and learn to manage and oversee the work of your employees and heads of departments. Also, if you wish to successfully commercialize what you love doing by setting up your own business, an MBA is a must.

What’s the best timing for an MBA program?

If you already have some business experience or having your own company, you will be able to enjoy much more the benefits of an MBA. as in those cases, you’ll know what to expect from an MBA degree. Additionally, your personal ROI will be much higher as the MBA fees are an investment indeed. Regarding timing, never is a perfect moment however definitely now is better than ever as due to current market conditions the need for skilled managers are in high demand.

The 4 most popular benefits of an online MBA:

# 1 It’s never too late to become who you are

Age can be a psychological barrier as the MBA-interested individuals are unlikely to go back to class at their forties or fifties. That’s due to the lack of time, their family status and their very demanding business responsibilities, but let’s also face it: They have been away from onsite education for more than 20 years, which would definitely make them feel uncomfortable within a group at the age of their son or daughter. What would be the alternative? An online, distance or flexible MBA to tackle this issue.

Online MBA# 2 Take advantage of the extended international networking

Networking with international senior executives and managers is one of the key benefits of studying an MBA degree. An online program has the capacity to host much more international participants though, so you’ll have a bigger chance to meet representatives from more countries — an opportunity for enriching you international business knowledge and why not expanding your business?

# 3 You don’t need to move away to move forward

This is 2021 we live in — there is unlimited choice of universities to study at – and of course not everyone is able to move to a new country to gain a prestigious degree. Most well-known business schools do have a strong online version of MBA studies so you can select the best MBA for you based on your personal and professional criteria and not on the restricted location. From our research it shows that one of the best value for money MBAs currently comes from Pecs University in Hungary. Check them out here.

Study an MBA online# 4 An Online MBA can bring you closer by taking you further

If you are concerned that studying online will be like studying alone, there’s no need to worry at all. High-tech digital technologies enable dynamic interaction over the distance and the majority of the online MBA degrees offer very interactive models of studies:

    • Studio recorded lectures with notes written by the tutor so you can listen to your professor wherever you
    • Interactive live Q&A sessions with the tutor in real time
    • Workshops, discussions on course topics, consultations and presentations to tutors or exams commitees
    • Group assignments – preparation of business projects within work groups
    • Personal assignments – projects to track your advancement on a course every couple of weeks,
    • Live chats with the tutors and study assistants to answer any of your questions
    • Exams are a mix of online tests and assignments based on real time business situations.
    • An online platform – just like the faculty of a onsite university – with the curriculum, the studies timeline, the recordings, a mailbox for receiving personal evaluation and so much more included.

Do you want to find out more? Start by joining one of our upcoming Webinars on the Online MBA from Pecs University (Hungary) on the 9th of December.  Beatrix Lanyi, the Associate Professor, together with Maria Lajos (Admissions) will give insights why this new concept of this International MBA is something to consider. Join in!

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Luuk Mulling is an International Education Consultant with >10 years experience in the European Higher Education Market. Based in Barcelona, Webinars4you connects 100s of Universities and Business schools with potential students looking to make the right decision about their study program.

A Master in Supply Chain Management offers work experience in some of the top fortune 500 companies and the sector of supply chain is fast becoming a booming sector and right after the completion of the program, the placement is +90%, with an average compensation salary of 76.000 EUR a year (source MIT).

Some of the companies where the students have worked on projects include AB Inbev, BASF, CAT Logistics, Clariant, Coca-Cola, Cummins, DHL, Epson, GM, HP, Pfizer, P&G, Ralph Lauren, Roche and Schlumberger among others. The Master´s will set you up for a successful career with opportunities spanning across a wide range of sectors. There are also a number of scholarships are available to cover the full cost of the tuition fees, which are only $6990,-!

The demand for skilled SCM professionals is on the rise. The application of tools and good practices in supply chain management contributes to organizations greater competitiveness at a global level. In our masters program, students will be guided through the MITx MicroMaster in SCM by UTEC facilitators as well as participating in an exclusive bootcamp offered by the CTL (Centre for Transportation and Logistics) at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).

If you are interested in studying the online Master in Supply Chain Management, Webinars4you offers a Webinar about this program from MIT in Michigan together with UTEC in Uruguay.  It takes place on September 16th and during this webinar you will learn:

–          General overview of the university and the Masters program
–          Meet faculty in charge of the Master
–          Learn about the admissions process
–          Learn about scholarship opportunities

During the program graduates will learn how to apply the quantitative and qualitative methodologies necessary for the survey, diagnosis, evaluation, design and implementation of best practices in SCM.

During the webinar you will have the opportunity to hear from our faculty and staff and find out about the program, the admissions process, and career opportunities.

The intended audience for this webinar are people with completed or advanced university studies in the areas of Engineering, Economics, Business Administration, Information Technology, Logistics or a similar bachelor degree. A good command of english is needed, as english is the official language of instruction.

Register now for the Webinar to not miss out on a possible stellar career in Supply Chain Management!

Become an expert in Supply Chain Management with our online master from UTEC with a tailored bootcamp from MIT CTL!

If you look up the definition of ´emerging markets´ in 2021 you will quickly learn that these include the fast growing economies of India, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, China, and Brazil. The highest contender China has four of the world´s largest banks operating from Shanghai. HSBC, which is the 5th largest bank on the planet, does most of its business from China. There are key micro and macro economic factors that will be having an impact on the growth of certain markets as well as the development of the ´Corona-recession´ and its impact. In this post we will focus on 2 major economies on the world stage being Russia and Saudi Arabia. The latter ones is especially interesting as Webinars4you will host a live session on September 16th to address the opportunity to study ´STEM´ for FREE. This includes Science, Technology, Engineering and Math studies. Find more information here: 

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The 2nd highlighted country is Russia, a country that entered into recession in 2015 due to falling oil prices and harsher western economic sanctions,however the latest statistics from The World Bank shows a steady 2% growth in GDP since 2017, and despite a setback in 2020 is expected to bounce back in 2021.

Why study in Russia?

You might have different associations when someone mentions Russia. It is one of the strongest countries in the world with great scientists, sports athletes, and a strong military. Russia is also a country with the largest territory in the world that stretches from the German borders all over to Japan and the United States.

The nation, therefore, presents a mixture of different cultures and traditions. That affects different aspects of Russian life, and you can see those in architecture, lifestyle, cuisine, and other similar customs.

Metropolises and Large Cities

Russia is also a very popular study destination, with leading Universities such as Higher School of Economics and Moscow State University, Saint Petersburg´s Polytecnic as well as State University, besides various well-established institutes in Novosibirsk, Tomsk, Kazan and Sochi (known for the olympics). With millions of visits on a yearly basis, all three places are unique in their own way. The first is the capital city of Russia with approximately 12 million citizens. The territory of the place is also very large so Moscow is one of the largest metropolises in the entire world. There are many important objects, monuments, buildings, and locations in the city. These were often made in a unique architectural style so they are quite different from ordinary objects. Such locations typically leave a very strong impression on visitors, and it is always a remarkable and unforgettable experience.

Saint Petersburg’s specifications are pretty similar. The city is not as big as Moscow, but it still has 5 million residents. The figure puts this place in second place when it comes to the size of the metropolis. Saint Petersburg has been the main seaport of the country for centuries. It has a strategic position on the Baltic Sea near the borders of other European countries. The city is also home to a large number of remarkable, amazing, and historically important objects, buildings, locations and monuments.

Undiscovered Tourist Gems

Russia indeed has a large number of such tourist gems, and they are an excellent opportunity for all travelers. Some of the amazing locations are still undiscovered by visitors. Many of the areas in Russia are hardly approachable so they are out of reach of most. However, those who know what and where to look might have enough luck to discover such places.

The list of these is long too. Tikhaya Bay, the City of Dead, and Mendeleev Volcano are some of such places. The first from this list is truly extraordinary. The bay is located on Sakhalin Island, and you can find a long and large abandoned beach that goes all over the coast. These are surrounded by amazing nature so the visitors can really enjoy the sight and experience. No one is actually living or visiting the place so it is entirely reserved for the luckiest tourists. If you have enough time and resources, you can arrive here despite the distance and other potential obstacles. That would certainly be an unforgettable adventure you should not avoid.

Simple procedure to obtain Tourist Visa

It is also good to know Russia is an open country. Foreign visitors need an appropriate visa in order to get access within the borders, but it is usually easy to obtain such a travel document. There are different types of visas including tourist visas, work visas, business visas, and others. The requirements for these might be different, but that’s not very important. The tourists should ask for the first type. They have to visit the nearest embassy or consulate in their countries to start the procedure.

Procedure and necessary Documents

The authorities will then ask to fill appropriate forms and provide necessary documents to apply a visa. These usually include a valid passport, two photos, and a Russian invitation. The procedure is usually just a formality, and you should finish it in a few days. It is, of course, necessary to provide all the authorities ask from you. The passport should be valid for at least next year so you should definitely replace it if the expiration date is very near. That’s the best way to avoid any troubles during the application. Tourist visas are usually issued very fast so the time frame might range from several days to two-three week

Have a look at any Webinars to study in Russia:

MIP Politecnico di Milano is a University was founded in 1979 and is one of the leading premier business schools in Italy. The university was originally formed through a partnership between some of the top multinational corporations in Italy and the largest technical university in Milan. The business school which hosts the International Full Time MBA has over 250 staff and every year over 600 undergraduate students enroll in the school and 40o on the postgraduate courses.

Living in Milan offers students a great opportunity to learn a language alongside the innovative Master programs. When you join MIP, Politecnico di Milano’s Graduate School of Business, you will learn about aspects ranging of topics such as Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Sustainability Management, Digital Transformation, Cybersecurity, FINTECH, Marketing, Media and Communication and many more.

All our programmes have a very hands-on approach and are offered in close collaboration with companies allowing students to broaden their professional network as well as dive into real life business cases from the beginning of their studies onwards.

The Master programs look to produce the next generation of business managers and prides itself on focusing on the needs of business of the future. You will learn an Analytical Approach to problem solving, Innovation & a balance of hard and soft Skills, and close collaboration with Companies. 

To learn more about the Masters programmes at MIP Politecnico di Milano and find out which course would suit you then sign up for the free webinar on the 25th of June. The webinar is held by the Staff of MIP and allows you to ask questions, get all information to possibly apply and get insights from their Career consultant and a student!

Webinars4you sessions are interactive and engaging, whether you join live or watch the recording, you can still do so as we use the latest technology. Find out if this could be your next dream study and  simply register for the free live interactive event here: https://www.webinars4you.com/open-day/discover-mips-international-full-time-programs/?partnerref=blog

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MSc or MBA, that´s the questions! At least for today´s Blog topic. There’s always been this confusion  about what a recent business graduate should undergo with regards to their further postgraduate education, which is why we are going to talk about the pros, cons, similarities, differences between doing an MSc (Master of Science) in Management and the infamous MBA (Master’s of Business Administration). Here are some main points to consider:

Age/work experience

MSc or MBAThe main impediment of being accepted for an MBA program is your work experience. You should know that the average age of graduates starting their MBA is around 27, whereas the average for doing an MSc is just 23! In other words, MBA’s are directly aimed at highly experienced professionals (normally at least 3 years of experience in the work field!); but in the case of an MSc, any recent Bachelor’s graduate can enroll, even if they don’t have work experience at all (sometimes 0-2 years of experience being required)!

Teaching methods

MSc or MBAAnother difference between an MSc and an MBA consists of how the curricula are built, curricula that later impact on the students’ careers. For example, whilst an MSc is targeted at kickstarting the student’s career, what they MBA does is taking the student on step above further on the career ladder (as they get extremely in-depth business knowledge and not just some more surface knowledge like in the case of an MSc). While an MSc is about more theory, the MBA focuses on practicality, employing tools such as real-life case studies.

Show me the MONEY!

MSc or MBAThe hottest section of the blog I would say, eh? The difference in tuition fees is uncanny and it cannot be unseen. An MBA’s tuition can reach even the astronomical fee of $100,000 at an hugely prestigious university! MSc are generally more affordable than MBA’s, however it also is about the Return On Investment after all (ROI). Both are good investments, so it does depend on your current point in your career, but as an idea having an MBA can easily pay you a salary of $100,000 and an MSc of $50,000!

Employment prospects

MSc or MBAMBA’s have always been received with high praise by companies, Human Resources being aware of the value MBA holders can bring to the company, while MSc’s are currently rapidly growing around the world with regards to their popularity. And MBA can easily land you an Executive position in any company, but at the same time being an MSc graduate can be qualified for entry and mid-level position due to the lack of their depth.

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Confused? Undecided? Lost? Do you identify yourself with any of those adjectives when it comes to your current state of affairs while looking for your postgraduate program? Webinars4you is here to help you make the BEST decision, all you have to do is to register for any of the following online open days and get more information on what BEST suits you.

Now you might want to check out the following Online Open Day from GISMA in Berlin. A great opportunity for MBA students with its unique curriculum to upgrade and become a leader in your field.

Simply sign up here!

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First impression matters but even the most aspiring Business Schools’ candidates overlook the short document that builds the most powerful first impression, the CV. On the other hand, the admission committees of the most prestigious Business Schools, such as these MBA programs (free Webinars available!) spend just a minute on average to check an applicant’s CV. So the question would be:

How to successfully build a CV that can impress within a minute? 10 Steps towards Building the Perfect MBA Resume

We all know that the CV that stands out is not the one with the best content, but the one that combines effective content with great appearance! A much better CV content-wise can get overshadowed by another that is more scanable, legible and better documented, even if it lacks a few talking points. The struggle is real because you have to accomplish the herculean task of fitting your life’s experiences in one or two sheets of paper but also make it aesthetically pleasing.

So we asked the career profile experts, MIM-Essay, for their valuable guidance and this is what we found out!:

10 steps towards building the perfect CV for an MBA

 

#1  CLEAN AND EFFECTIVE FORMAT
  • Limit your CV to one or two pages depending on the country — check the country’s specific rules first.
  • Do not overdo it by adding watermarks, backgrounds, designs, etc.
#2  STANDARDIZED FONT TYPE & SIZE
  • Make sure that the font-type you choose is legible and classy.
  • Use BOLD and ITALICS aptly. You can use a few different colours but do not overdo it.
  • Always maintain a single font-style and size through-out your CV. Same goes for headings and bullet points.
#3  ONLY KEEP RELEVANT CONTACT DETAILS 
  • Mobile number and email are a must but avoid other contact information such as your Skype ID.
  • Avoid the rookie mistake of giving informal email IDs such as “joeydude01@gmail.com“. Such details matter, and can be considered as a sign of lack of seriousness.
#4  SKIP THE OBJECTIVE STATEMENT
  • No need of giving an introductory paragraph stating your purpose of submitting the CV. The person receiving it very well knows that you are interested in the MBA position so instead of talking vaguely about how passionate you are about getting the MBA admission, it’s better to highlight the relevant skills that can give you an edge over other applicants.
#5  OPTIMIZING BULLET POINTS 
    • Bullet points is the most effective way for precise information. Stick to 3-4 bullets for each sub-heading.
    • Do not indulge into writing long paragraphss. The ideal length is one or two lines per bulle
  • Start each bullet with “action-words” instead of the regular sentence initiaters. For example, use words such as ‘spearheaded, created, developed, optimized” instead of the clichéd “started, built, performed” etc.
  • Be clear about your achievements. Numbers and quantitative data catch the attention quickly. So instead of saying “I worked hard and delivered a solution to a client”, rephrase it into “I crafted 3 relational databases each with 250 entries to help narrow down the target audience for my clients product, increasing sales by 80%”. Apt and crisp!
#6  HIGHLIGHT THE MBA RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE EFFECTIVELY
  • Highlight your designation, the time span and the location of your work-place. Squeeze that in a single line.
  • Mention the skills you used as well as the ones you learnt while working, but avoid being vague and generic such as “I was a hard-working and efficient employee” because honestly, you know that everyone is going to write the same. Mention specific numeric details such as “Led a 7 person team” or “Cultivated a profit of 1 million USD for the client”. Adding data quantifies your bullets and makes it much more impressive.
#7  SHOWCASE EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
  • Institute name, programme mame, graduation date and marks scored — this has to be there in this section. Maintain a chronology starting from the most recent one.
  • Highlight academic honours, scholarships and ranking in competitive or other entrance exams. Preferably define the “ranked out-off” how many students if possible.
#8  DIVERSIFY YOUR EXTRA-CURRICULARS 10 steps towards building the perfect CV for an MBA
  • Extra-Curricula’s can actually give you a competitive edge over others with a similar profile. People don’t like persons with a monotonous, boring life. They usually presfer someone who indulges in various types of work. Do not forget to mention any positions of responsibility held at clubs, communitiesNGOs etc. They all count!
#9  PERFECT THE GRAMMAR
  • DO NOT make rookie mistakes such as spelling errors and tense mix-up as they can be a major red flag.
  • Careful with active and passive voice! Often the same sentence conveys a stronger message in active voice.
 #10  PROOF READ AGAIN AND AGAIN
  • After doing all the above, its finally time to ask someone with a calm head, and ample understanding to proofread your CV and advise if everything is not fine but perfect! 🙂

LOOKING FOR AN MBA ABROAD? Check out our Online Open Days with prestigious universities worldwide to find the right program for you!

For example the new MBA of University of Tio in The Netherlands! Webinar or GISMA Business School in Germany, just a few out of our numerious free Webinars, which both are directly now available On-demand so you can watch it right now or when you like!

Study Master of Business Administration in Holland (Amsterdam or Utrecht) at one of the best universities of The Netherlands: Tio University of Applied Sciences

If you are interested in studying for your business masters at a top destination then Trinity College Dublin is a great place to get it. Worldwide Trinity College is ranked 1st in Ireland and 101st in the world in the QS World University Rankings 2020/2021. 

As well as studying at the Trinity Business School you will get to experience living in Dublin which is one of the best places to live in Europe. The Trinity MBA was one of the first MBA programmes in Europe, celebrating 50 years in 2014 and it is taught at one of the oldest universities in the world. When the first class graduated in 1965, the event was celebrated and covered by The Irish Times, as the degree programme was the accumulation of ten years of hard work and research to bring together business and university.

The business masters at Trinity College Dublin prides themselves on a very personal, tutorial style of learning. Trinity Business School has always been international admitting students from all around the world. It thrives on its cultural diversity and pluralism not only within the university but within the city of Dublin itself. The business masters, full-time and part-time, are designed to develop creative and articulate strategic managers with strong analytical and interpersonal skills, who can operate and lead effectively in an international environment. You can choose between:

  • MSc in Management
  • MSc in International Management
  • MSc in Finance
  • MSc in Financial Risk Management
  • MSc in Marketing
  • MSc in Digital Marketing Strategy
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting

The internationally recognized and top ranked Trinity Business School will prepare graduates with the knowledge and skills to grow within their chosen industry, or to change their field and enter into a new area of work. Their business masters are offered as well as a part time option so students will have the opportunity to work and study at the same time.

If you want to find out more information about the business master programmes at Trinity College Dublin then sign up for our free webinar. During this webinar you will learn:

  • An overview of each MSc programme in TCD Business School
  • Entry criteria and how to apply
  • What is special about Dublin
  • Career and post graduate opportunities.

Fill out the form below to register for the live event about Trinity Business School that will take place on February 16th!