Diversity is a hallmark of Smurfit programmes.

Leadership development is becoming increasingly important for organisations seeking to gain competitive advantage in their industries as well as cope (...)

The human workforce will need to have access to more automated bots and various digital assistants that can support a hybrid mode of working.

Hard to believe that the artificial intelligence Netflix uses to recommend shows today was around even before the streaming service was originally set(...)

A view of the UCD Smurfit School

A global reputation for delivering an outstanding quality of education and producing the next generation of business leaders is just one of the many r(...)

John McClean, a former teacher and rugby coach, was sentenced to eight years in prison last February for the sexual abuse of 23 boys in Terenure College between 1973 and 1990. Photo: Collins Courts

You may have read this week that following a response to a Freedom of Information (FOI) request from The Irish Times, UCD said it did not hold any rec(...)

Fintech, the merging of finance, data and technology, is transforming financial services. Photograph: iStock

A new masters programme just launched by the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School is aimed at equipping students with the market knowledge and(...)

UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School director of executive development, Helen Brophy: ‘You would have to question if all the business travel done pre-Covid was necessary’

In common with all executive education providers around the world, UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School has had to rise to the challenges pose(...)

Chartered accountant Catherine Gubbins will take over as group chief financial officer at State airports company, DAA, from next May.

Chartered accountant Catherine Gubbins will take over as group chief financial officer at State airports company, DAA, from next May. DAA, responsibl(...)

Suzanne Moloney, founder of HidraMed Solutions, was the overall winner of The Irish Times Innovation Awards 2020.

The Irish Times Innovation Awards are now in their 11th year and, due to the Covid-19 restrictions, they were presented at a virtual ceremony on The I(...)

Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris announced refunds for some college students in Budget 2021 to compensate for the shift towards online learning. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

Online lectures, empty campuses, socially distanced social events: everything has changed about college this year, it seems, except the cost. We aske(...)

Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris  announced refunds for college students in Budget 2021 to compensate for the shift towards online learning. Photograph:  Crispin Rodwell

Almost 200,000 full-time undergraduate and postgraduate students are to receive refunds or credit notes worth up to €250 each before Christmas. The o(...)

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