One of the world’s most vibrant capital cities, Dublin is a hub of business, finance and innovation, and provides a culturally diverse home for our Master of Business Administration. Benefit from an outstanding and challenging academic curriculum, delivered by an international faculty within an intimate classroom setting.
Immerse yourself in case studies, action learning, international study trips, integrated projects and global virtual teamwork. Expand your horizons with a dedicated careers service and an active network of 3,800 MBA Alumni worldwide. Engage in Smurfit’s MBA Leadership Development programme, and focus on the skills necessary to communicate effectively, understand yourself better, and lead diverse teams and organisations anywhere in the world.
Graduates of the Full Time Master of Business Administration from UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School are highly sought after to take up roles across all types of organisations. They are hired into a variety of commercial roles in Ireland and abroad.
Over the past few years, our Full Time MBA class have secured roles in a large number of organisations, including: McKinsey, Google, Accenture, Microsoft, AIB, Kellogg’s, EY, Workday, Deloitte, Aer Lingus, ABB, Grant Thornton, WebSummit, Hilti, PwC, Amazon, Oxfam and Bank of Ireland.
UCD Smurfit School is the only business school in Ireland and one of an elite group of schools worldwide to hold “triple crown” accreditation from the three centres of academic and business excellence, Equis, (Europe) AMBA (UK) and AACSB (US).
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- Financial Reporting
- Corporate Finance
- Performance Driven Marketing
- Leadership & Organisational Behaviour
- Competitive Strategy
- Business Economics
- Global Network Immersion Week
- 12 months
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DisciplinesBusiness Administration Master in Business Administration (MBA) View 55 other Masters in Business Administration in Ireland
- A university degree
- A minimum of three years’ quality professional experience (excluding summer placements, part-time or temporary work experience).
- A valid score on the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT)
Living costs for Dublin
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.
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