Irish Times journalists Mark Paul and Ciarán Hancock, who  won the business news story of the year award at the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School, 11th Annual Business Journalist Awards for an article on the boardroom row at Independent News and Media (INM) over its proposed bid for radio station Newstalk are pictured with (from left) Eavann Murphy, director of sales services and marketing at sponsor Open Eir; Emer Gilvarry, chairwoman awards judging panel and chairwoman of  Mason Hayes & Curran; and  Prof Mike O’Neill, associate dean and director of  UCD Smurfit School. Photograph: Shane O’Neill /  SON Photographic

Irish Times journalists Mark Paul and Ciarán Hancock have won the business news story of the year award for an article on the boardroom row at Indepen(...)

The business school has climbed five places in the 2017 rankings to 24th

The UCD Smurfit School has continued its rise up the FT’s European Business School Rankings after breaking into the top 30 colleges last year. The bu(...)

Prof Joyce Tait of Innogen in Edinburgh: ‘It costs $2 billion –€1.72bn – and takes 15 years to develop a new drug’
Unshackling innovation

The burden of regulation may be preventing the development of disruptive innovation from basic research in life sciences. That will be the theme of th(...)

UCD College of Business interim dean Prof Tony Brabazon: “To get into the top 100 puts a school in a very elite group.” Photograph: Shane O’Neill

UCD Smurfit School’s executive part-time MBA programme has been ranked 74th in the world and 35th in Europe in the latest Financial Times Top 100 Glob(...)

Niall FitzGerald, chairman, UCD Smurfit School Advisory Board, Helen Brophy, director, Smurfit Executive Development, and Dr Michael WJ Smurfit, founding benefactor, at the opening of the new €5 million Executive Development Centre at UCD Smurfit School in September. Photograph: Shane O’Neill, SON Photographic
Making global waves

Last month saw the opening of the new €5 million Executive Development Centre at UCD Smurfit School. Fittingly opened by Dr Michael Smurfit, the new c(...)

UCD’s Smurfit business school.

UCD Smurfit School’s executive part-time Master of Business Administration (MBA) course has risen 15 places to be ranked 74th in the world. The Finan(...)

 Liam Kavanagh, MD, The Irish Times presenting the overall Irish Times Innovation award to John Browne and Dr James Kennedy from Kastus at the Irish Times Innovation Awards 2017 which took place at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham. Photograph:  Conor McCabe

Irish firm Kastus, which has developed a pioneering antimicrobial coating which kills 99.99 per cent of harmful bacteria and superbugs such as E.Coli (...)

“You can forget about reading for pleasure or watching TV because there is no down time.” Photograph: iStock

For two years, Michelle Mary McEvoy got on a plane to Dublin every Friday at the end of a long week’s work as a paediatric consultant at Great Ormond (...)

Professor Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh, dean of the UCD College of Business, said that the ranking underlined the school’s commitment to maintaining and increasing standards. Photograph: Eric Luke

UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School’s masters in finance has been ranked 36th in the world and 31st in Europe in a survey published on Monday(...)

Winner of the Graduate Employer of the Year category, the team from EY, led by Caroline McAniff. Photograph: Paul Kelly/Studio 3

EY was the big winner at the gradireland Graduate Recruitment Awards ceremony in Dublin’s Mansion House last Thursday, with the financial consultancy (...)

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