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Companies are attempting to atone for past environmental mistakes and build a more sustainable future while still growing their business. Photograph: iStock

Until very recently, the words sustainability and big business did not even belong in the same lexicon, let alone the same sentence. Yet the two are n(...)

For students hoping to begin a postgraduate in the 2020-21 academic year, now is a good time to begin researching.

As attention turns towards final undergraduate projects and exams, you may also start thinking about the next step and how you’re going to fund your p(...)

Tony Brabazon. Photograph: Shane O’Neill, SON Photographic

University College Dublin (UCD) has appointed Prof Anthony Brabazon to head up its College of Business, which includes the well-regarded Lochlann Quin(...)

Sarah Lucey with former Brazilian soccer star Ronaldinho in Story nightclub in Miami

Sarah Lucey is the butcher’s daughter from Mallow who now works as director of talent management for Miami’s two most exclusive nightclubs. Seven yea(...)

Ciaran Hope has  been to Japan and Korea and he took part in the integrated leadership competition in Yale last autumn. Photograph: Shane O’Neill

The UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School has set itself the ambitious target of offering the most global MBA qualification in Europe. The stat(...)

Recently compiled rankings found that, on average, female participation in top Executive MBA (EMBA)  programmes is just 28 per cent.  Photograph: iStockphoto/Getty Images

When you think of a person with a master’s in business administration (MBA), what image springs to mind? Sharp suit? High powered job? A man? If the (...)

Prospective business students may need to look at multiple finance sources, including scholarships and bursaries as well as loans and employer sponsorship. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

If you want to do a top-notch business course or MBA, you’ll have to work harder to find funding because the fees charged can be far higher than for c(...)

Library at UCD Smurfit School. Graduates of the MBA see average salaries rise by 71 per cent within three years

The UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School’s full-time masters of business administration (MBA) has climbed nine places to 70th on the annual Fi(...)

Universities and colleges have been developing disability support services to cater for a wide range of special needs. Photograph: iStockphoto/Getty Images

If you have a disability and want to pursue third-level education, it’s widely acknowledged there are fewer barriers in your way than there would have(...)

Celebrating the top 10 placement of MAcc graduates in the 2016 final admitting exams of Chartered Accountants Ireland: Programme directors Mary Canning (left) and Derek Moriarty (right) flank Darragh Devaney of PwC; Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh, dean of the UCD College of Business; Eoin Fitzpatrick of KPMG; Aisling Kelly of Deloitte; and Aideen Maguire of KPMG. Celebrating the top 10 placement of MAcc graduates in the 2016 final admitting exams of Chartered Accountants Ireland: Programme directors Mary Canning (left) and Derek Moriarty (right) flank Darragh Devaney of PwC; Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh, dean of the UCD College of Business; Eoin Fitzpatrick of KPMG; Aisling Kelly of Deloitte; and Aideen Maguire of KPMG.

At the UCD Michael Smurfit Business School, the one-year, full-time master’s in accounting (MAcc) programme equips graduates with a winning combinatio(...)

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