Prof Damien McLoughlin of the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School. ‘We hold our alumni very close,’ he says. ‘This is not something you normally find outside of the US. Our alumni work with us to decide what is required for students in future.’

Representatives of some of the world’s top business schools – along with leading global companies such as EY, Google, Facebook and Salesforce – gather(...)

Course director of the Smurfit MBA, Prof Cal Muckley.

Graduates of the globally ranked UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School MBA enjoy salary uplifts of 63 per cent with three years while 90 per ce(...)

UCD Smurfit School improved its position in the list again this year

The Irish Management Institute has entered the Financial Times’ European Business Schools Rankings for the first time, becoming the highest new Europe(...)

Helen Brophy, director of executive development at the UCD Smurfit business school: “We looked at our results this year in relation to last year and we actually improved across all categories.”

UCD Smurfit Executive Development has retained its position of 48th in the world for its open enrolment programmes in the latest Financial Times Execu(...)

Hong Kong is seen as a major threat due to major Chinese banks moving in to fund leasing companies there. Photograph: iStock

The latest figures from the International Air Transport Association (IATA), published in December 2017, have forecast net profit for the industry of $(...)

Millennials have necessitated investments in virtual reality technology that allow property viewings to be conducted remotely.

From viewing properties remotely through virtual reality to flip-flopping between banks without the least regard for loyalty, millennials are posing “(...)

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(...)

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