MBA in Ireland


Is anybody thinking about going to Ireland for MBA in 2020?

I am seriously considering Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin. I visited Dublin last year and was taken with it.

However, I am concerned about housing costs. Does anybody know if most MBAs at these schools live in school facilitated housing?

Anyway let me know if you are thinking of this as well.
Is anybody thinking about going to Ireland for MBA in 2020?

I am seriously considering Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin. I visited Dublin last year and was taken with it.

However, I am concerned about housing costs. Does anybody know if most MBAs at these schools live in school facilitated housing?

Anyway let me know if you are thinking of this as well.
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Duncan
That is most unlikely.
That is most unlikely.
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mba hipste...
If they don't provide student housing, or even if they do, they'll have resources to help students find flats. Why don't you touch base with the schools? Given that MBA students find housing in places like London and San Francisco, I'm sure Dublin would be doable as well.
If they don't provide student housing, or even if they do, they'll have resources to help students find flats. Why don't you touch base with the schools? Given that MBA students find housing in places like London and San Francisco, I'm sure Dublin would be doable as well.
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Larry
Well there is a bit of rental crisis in Dublin at the moment. I know people who are paying over 2000 per month for smallish flats. You probably would just need to get roommates though, don't over think it.
Well there is a bit of rental crisis in Dublin at the moment. I know people who are paying over 2000 per month for smallish flats. You probably would just need to get roommates though, don't over think it.
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Is anybody thinking about going to Ireland for MBA in 2020?

I am seriously considering Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin. I visited Dublin last year and was taken with it.

However, I am concerned about housing costs. Does anybody know if most MBAs at these schools live in school facilitated housing?

Anyway let me know if you are thinking of this as well.
[quote]Is anybody thinking about going to Ireland for MBA in 2020?

I am seriously considering Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin. I visited Dublin last year and was taken with it.

However, I am concerned about housing costs. Does anybody know if most MBAs at these schools live in school facilitated housing?

Anyway let me know if you are thinking of this as well.[/quote]
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Is anybody thinking about going to Ireland for MBA in 2020?

I am seriously considering Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin. I visited Dublin last year and was taken with it.

However, I am concerned about housing costs. Does anybody know if most MBAs at these schools live in school facilitated housing?

Anyway let me know if you are thinking of this as well.


Hi,

I am looking for good colleges in Ireland for MBA. Could you please suggest me some?

Thanks,
Priyatam Soni
[quote]Is anybody thinking about going to Ireland for MBA in 2020?

I am seriously considering Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin. I visited Dublin last year and was taken with it.

However, I am concerned about housing costs. Does anybody know if most MBAs at these schools live in school facilitated housing?

Anyway let me know if you are thinking of this as well.[/quote]

Hi,

I am looking for good colleges in Ireland for MBA. Could you please suggest me some?

Thanks,
Priyatam Soni
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mba hipste...
https://find-mba.com/schools/uk-ireland/ireland

Smurfit, Trinity, Dublin City University, Dublin Institute of Technology, National University of Ireland, Galway, University of Limerick all have some kind of international accreditation.
https://find-mba.com/schools/uk-ireland/ireland

Smurfit, Trinity, Dublin City University, Dublin Institute of Technology, National University of Ireland, Galway, University of Limerick all have some kind of international accreditation.
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