JE Cairnes MBA enjoys a strong reputation

27th September, 2015
From left: Dr Alma McCarthy, NUI Galway MBA programme director; Adrian Jones, managing director, Merchant Banking Division, Goldman Sachs; Brian Ruane, MD, The Bank of NY Mellon; Aine Brazil, vice chairman, Thornton Tomasetti; Mike Higgins, managing director and head, US Real Estate Finance, CIBC World Markets Corp; Seán Lane, senior private banker, JP Morgan; and Margaret Wright, Galway University Foundation, NUI Galway

The two year, part-time MBA programme delivered at the JE Cairnes School of Business, NUI Galway, has built a strong reputation for its thoroughness and practicality, as well as career development and progression for its graduates.

Head of the management discipline in the Business School, Dr Alma McCarthy, said, “A distinguishing feature of our MBA programme is that it is very focussed on career and professional development and the introduction of our mentoring programme, psychometric...

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