Undergraduates expecting to secure employment upon finishing their primary degree might be surprised to discover that they may lack the core skills wh(...)

Taught postgraduate courses can be a continuation of your undergraduate studies or in an entirely new area.

How to differentiate between what’s on offer and, more particularly, how to ensure your course has credibility in the labour market, is a major challe(...)

Despite an upsurge in nationalist politics and the recent spread of the corona virus and their potential impact on global trade, the established intri(...)

Completing a postgrad might seem a daunting prospect but it can also  be rewarding. Photograph: Getty

Dr Melanie Ryberg  MLitt Neuropsychology UCD School of Psychology (2008)  Clinical psychologist My postgrad was an opportunity to explore (...)

A Masters of Business Administration is a valuable qualification in terms of career advancement. Photograph: iStock

Trinity College Dublin Trinity MBA Web: tcd.ie/business/mba/ This is offered as a 12-month, full-time MBA or part-time Executive MBA that takes place(...)

Lizzy Hayashida, Trinity College, 2018, Change Donations How did the MBA affect your career? I actually started a company with another Trinity MBA (...)

Kavita Shial, global operations manager for Qualtrics.

Taking on a masters of business administration (MBA) is a big commitment. However, the business skills and knowledge you will acquire can have a posit(...)

One in every six applicants to the CAO seeking a college place in a level 8 higher degree lists a business degree programme as their first choice, sec(...)

One of the first things to consider when thinking about working and studying is whether you want to do your course full time or part time and the pros(...)

Mark Rogers worked in HR for indigenous Irish companies for 25 years.

“I had worked in HR for indigenous Irish companies for 25 years - including Dawn Meats and Dairygold - before deciding to go and do the MBA at the Wat(...)

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