College with the professional touch

Disillusioned with the qualifications he had gained after years of study, Simon Morris took the unusual step of setting up his own college. He founded the Carlyle Institute, which will start running a range of management and marketing courses next mo

15th August, 2009

Disillusioned with the qualifications he had gained after years of study, Simon Morris took the unusual step of setting up his own college. He founded the Carlyle Institute, which will start running a range of management and marketing courses next month.

Morris described the courses at the Dublin city centre institute as ‘‘ideal for anyone looking to kick-start a career as a professional manager, or for those wanting to take their existing profession to the...

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