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karan5567
Dear Duncan and all the other advisers what do you think of Msc ibusiness or Msc Management from UCD smurfit Dublin ireland and what are the opportunities in ireland by these courses.
Thanks
Dear Duncan and all the other advisers what do you think of Msc ibusiness or Msc Management from UCD smurfit Dublin ireland and what are the opportunities in ireland by these courses.
Thanks
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Duncan
Smurfit is the best school in the country. MSc alumni get good outcomes: http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/university-college-dublin-smurfit/masters-in-management-2012#masters-in-management-2012

The management and CEMS MSc are more career oriented. As at most schools, the MSc in international business is more academic and more suited for students returning to their own countries. The CEMS masters is excellent, and I strongly recommend that.

However, if you are not a EU citizen, I think you should ask the school specifically about the outcomes for recent students from outside the EU.
Smurfit is the best school in the country. MSc alumni get good outcomes: http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/university-college-dublin-smurfit/masters-in-management-2012#masters-in-management-2012

The management and CEMS MSc are more career oriented. As at most schools, the MSc in international business is more academic and more suited for students returning to their own countries. The CEMS masters is excellent, and I strongly recommend that.

However, if you are not a EU citizen, I think you should ask the school specifically about the outcomes for recent students from outside the EU.
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karan5567
Thanks for your reply sir.CEMS is definitely a very good options but in that their is a requirement of proficiency in Three languages and i could not fulfill that.So now what you suggest..?
And one more issue the name of the program which is written in the MIM Ft ranking is Msc Business,but there is no such course available in the UCD Smurfit website.
Please help..
Thanks for your reply sir.CEMS is definitely a very good options but in that their is a requirement of proficiency in Three languages and i could not fulfill that.So now what you suggest..?
And one more issue the name of the program which is written in the MIM Ft ranking is Msc Business,but there is no such course available in the UCD Smurfit website.
Please help..
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Duncan
That is an error. There have never been an "MSc Business" At UCD. Just ask them. I think it's a reference to the MSc in Management. That's a stronger course than the MSc in IB, which has fewer courses.
That is an error. There have never been an "MSc Business" At UCD. Just ask them. I think it's a reference to the MSc in Management. That's a stronger course than the MSc in IB, which has fewer courses.

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karan5567
Smurfit is the best school in the country. MSc alumni get good outcomes: http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/university-college-dublin-smurfit/masters-in-management-2012#masters-in-management-2012

The management and CEMS MSc are more career oriented. As at most schools, the MSc in international business is more academic and more suited for students returning to their own countries. The CEMS masters is excellent, and I strongly recommend that.

However, if you are not a EU citizen, I think you should ask the school specifically about the outcomes for recent students from outside the EU.

I have checked the requirements for the CEMS programme but they are asking
(Proof of academic preparation: either a Bachelor's in Management or Economics or a related field or the equivalent of a one year of full-time education at Master's level in any of these areas)
but i have a degree in engineering is it possible to get admission...
<blockquote>Smurfit is the best school in the country. MSc alumni get good outcomes: http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/university-college-dublin-smurfit/masters-in-management-2012#masters-in-management-2012

The management and CEMS MSc are more career oriented. As at most schools, the MSc in international business is more academic and more suited for students returning to their own countries. The CEMS masters is excellent, and I strongly recommend that.

However, if you are not a EU citizen, I think you should ask the school specifically about the outcomes for recent students from outside the EU. </blockquote>
I have checked the requirements for the CEMS programme but they are asking
(Proof of academic preparation: either a Bachelor's in Management or Economics or a related field or the equivalent of a one year of full-time education at Master's level in any of these areas)
but i have a degree in engineering is it possible to get admission...
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Duncan
Probably not. Ask them?
Probably not. Ask them?
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