Ireland for MiM?


Hi everyone,
I am applying to MSc Management programs at TCD and UCD Smurfit. I am interested in Marketing profile, so I will be looking for employment in that area. Can you please tell me which school would provide better employment opportunities for a Non-EU student?

I have gotten both positive and negative reviews for both school and I am unable to decide which one to choose or even decide to get a masters from Ireland at all?

Hi everyone,
I am applying to MSc Management programs at TCD and UCD Smurfit. I am interested in Marketing profile, so I will be looking for employment in that area. Can you please tell me which school would provide better employment opportunities for a Non-EU student?

I have gotten both positive and negative reviews for both school and I am unable to decide which one to choose or even decide to get a masters from Ireland at all?
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Duncan

The FT ranking shows you placement and international mobility. If English is your only European language, then Ireland is the best EU choice.

The FT ranking shows you placement and international mobility. If English is your only European language, then Ireland is the best EU choice.
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laurie

Smurfit has better international mobility stats. In terms of other MiM programs in English-Speaking Europe, only LBS does better in this sense.

Smurfit has better international mobility stats. In terms of other MiM programs in English-Speaking Europe, only LBS does better in this sense.
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RobertoG83

Applying at Smurfit, among the others, I'm uncertain about one thing: the MSc Management which is in the FT ranking for Smurfit is their International Management MSc/CEMS which is undoubtfully a prestigious degree opening a range of career prospects which is different from the common MSc Management.

While some stats might be substantially different (salary, employed, intl.mobility) can some others be considered at the same level? For example I'm assuming that the career service should be the same for both courses.

Regarding your question I think Smurfit has better value than TCD.

Applying at Smurfit, among the others, I'm uncertain about one thing: the MSc Management which is in the FT ranking for Smurfit is their International Management MSc/CEMS which is undoubtfully a prestigious degree opening a range of career prospects which is different from the common MSc Management.

While some stats might be substantially different (salary, employed, intl.mobility) can some others be considered at the same level? For example I'm assuming that the career service should be the same for both courses.

Regarding your question I think Smurfit has better value than TCD.
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Duncan

That sounds reasonable to me.

That sounds reasonable to me.
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