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Our Partners

The programme is delivered in partnership with University College Cork, Queens University Belfast, University of Galway and Technological University Dublin


CUBS, University College Cork

The College of Business and Law is one of four Colleges now in place as part of a revised management structure for the University and incorporates Cork University Business School. Through the programmes run under the auspices of the Business and Law Faculties, the College of Business and Law continues to attract the highest aggregate number of talented students in UCC. UCC’s Business School is internationally accredited (AACSB and AMBA), offering a comprehensive suite of undergrad, postgrad and executive education/CPD programmes. The Business School plays an active role in nurturing the entrepreneurial ecosystem of its region and has a long-established history of collaborative research with local industry, customisation of educational provision and support of the indigenous SME community.

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University of Galway

J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics at University of Galway is one of three Schools within the College of Business, Public Policy and Law; the other two of which are School of Law and Shannon College of Hotel Management. The School of Business and Economics has over 44 programmes across both postgraduate and undergraduate studies, all of which offer opportunities for applied learning via study abroad, work placement, summer school or industry projects. The School hosts the Centre for Entrepreneurial Growth and Scaling, which is the only Irish partner of the European Scaling Institute. The School has earned a significant international reputation being accredited by AACSB, EFMD and AMBA that places it in the top 2% of Business Schools worldwide. The mission of J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics is to serve the public good and make a transformative impact for students, society and business. Across the core activities of research, teaching and influencing public policy, the School focuses on sustainability in economic, social and natural environmental contexts, which is a recognised strength of the University of Galway. The University is ranked (in 2024) 1st in Ireland and 47th in the world for SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) Impact (Times Higher Education Impact) and 10th in world for impact on SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production.

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Queen's University Belfast

A member of the Russell Group, and with over 25,000 students and 4,300 staff, Queen’s University Belfast is ranked joint first in the UK for research intensity (Complete University Guide 2021). Our vision is to be a global research-intensive university, generating internationally leading research coupled with outstanding teaching and learning, focused on the needs of our society, locally and globally. QUB has a long tradition and success in entrepreneurship. For the last two successive years we have been ranked first in the UK university ranking for entrepreneurial impact and just recently were accredited with Small Business Charter status in recognition of our commitment to supporting student entrepreneurship, small businesses and the local economy. Through our commercialisation arm QUBIS we have created more than 100 technology spin-outs, generating £323m in revenue and creating 3,100 jobs.

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Technological University Dublin

The TU Dublin Faculty of Business has built a significant executive education activity in leadership, innovation management, entrepreneurial leadership, international business development, digital marketing, and product management with a range of industry partners including Technology Ireland Skillnet, Chambers Ireland, Enterprise Ireland, and the Marketing Institute of Ireland. The Enterprise Ireland International Selling programme has supported over 800 indigenous enterprises to scale their international expansion. Specifically in the innovation area, TU Dublin has worked with the ICT sector for more than a decade with applied programmes such as the MSc Leadership, Innovation and Technology and the MSc Product Management with Technology Ireland Skillnet. These programmes are designed to deliver transformative impact, and faculty working them have achieved excellent outcomes for participating enterprises. The Faculty is accredited by AMBA.


Joanne McEvoy will handle your enquiry. You can get in touch directly by email, by phone 028 3083 4190 (048 from Ireland) or by using the form below.
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