Managed Services Case Study: Dublin Business School

With more than 9,500 students currently enrolled in more than 100 courses, Dublin Business School is now Ireland's largest independent third-level college.

6th July, 2013
Eddie Ormonde of Dublin Business School with David Quinn of Oki Ireland and Darren Costello, IT adviser to DBS.

With more than 9,500 students currently enrolled in more than 100 courses, Dublin Business School (DBS) is now Ireland's largest independent third-level college. Its curriculum ranges across a wide range of subjects, including arts and law as well as the business-related studies in which it has a long and successful record - it was established in 1975 as the Accountancy and Business College.

Its qualifications are certified through its partnership with Liverpool John Moores University and under Quality...

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