Ireland, famous for its green shamrocks, harps and Celtic crosses is also home to one of Europe’s top business schools. Ireland’s premier universities provide standard MBA programs while there are also specialization options in areas like management analytics, supply chain management and global leadership.
Dublin-based Business School Trinity College holds three accreditations (EQUIS, AMBA and AACSB). Its full-time MBA program has consistently ranked within Financial Times top 100 worldwide rankings.
DCU’s curriculum emphasizes evidence-based decision making through participative teaching approaches that link theory, research and data with real world applications through participative company visits, guest speakers and consulting projects.
At this university’s full-time MBA program, the standout feature is its highly acclaimed entrepreneurship and innovation course that teaches students how to launch successful start-ups. Furthermore, this provides them with a great chance to network with students from around the globe.
Not only will MBA courses in Ireland require academic qualifications, but you will also require a valid passport and sufficient funds for support throughout your studies. Scholarship opportunities, student loans and employer sponsorship can help reduce the cost of studying a master’s degree there. In addition, you will be required to submit professional references, complete a personal statement and prepare a resume highlighting past work experience and future career goals as part of this application process.