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PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION. This MSc course prepares students for a career in dynamic food businesses to play a lead role in the analysis of key sectorial issues and strategic management of the food industry. Read more

PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION

This MSc course prepares students for a career in dynamic food businesses to play a lead role in the analysis of key sectorial issues and strategic management of the food industry. The balance of modules on this programme reflects the global nature of the food industry. Students will expand their knowledge of food, the food consumer, innovation in food and the decision-making processes in companies that develop, brand, distribute, and sell food products. Through practical application, this programme will equip graduates with analytical, communication, business and presentation skills, which are required and highly valued by the industry. Graduates from the MSc in Food Business and Innovation course pursue employment opportunities in the food sector (international corporations, SMEs, start-ups and food agencies) and non-food sector (banks, market research firms and higher education) as the skills acquired are highly transferable.

The MSc in Food Business and Innovation is delivered over 12 months and includes a Food Industry Centered Research Project. 

UNIQUE ASPECTS OF THE PROGRAMME

A central part of the MSc in Food Business and Innovation is a Food Industry Centred Research Project with the opportunity to work in a food firm, food agency, university, bank or related establishment, where students gain valuable work experience and apply the theoretical skills developed through lectures and capstone style seminars. Additional unique features of the MSc in Food Business and Innovation programme include: an in-depth introduction to the national and international food sectors; a unique blend of relevant courses that are relevant to both established food firms and start-ups; and an introduction to leading edge food research issues, innovative teaching methods (including boot-camps) and exposure to digital marketing methods.

SKILLS AND CAREERS INFORMATION

The Programme provides the graduate with the expert skills to analyse the key issues impacting on food chains: changing consumer demands and demographics; food supply chain management and structural changes at retail level; food safety and consumer behaviour; consumer acceptance of novel foods; new food product development opportunities; the evolution of functional foods and the marketing of health-enhancing foods. The course is ideally suited to graduates who seek employment opportunities in Market Research, Consumer Research, Food Business Management, Product Marketing and Brand Management, New Product Development, Food Retail Organisations, the Financial Sector as Food Analysts, Research Institutions and Policy Organisations, and organisations that support food firms nationally and internationally. 

What can I do after I graduate with a MSc in Food Business and Innovation?

Problem solving, creative thinking, communications, strategic thinking, entrepreneurship skills

Occupations associated with MSc in Food Business and Innovation

Food Sector: Market Research, Consumer Research, Food Business Management, Product Marketing and Brand Management, New Product Development.

What are our Graduates Doing?

Graduates on sister programmes have secured employment in international food and non-food firms (Glanbia, Ornua, Kerry, Britvic, Danone, Aldi, Dawn, AIB, LinkedIn), banks, food agencies (Bord Bia, UK Home-Grown Cereals Authority, Teagasc), brand management and marketing departments (Kerry Foods, Musgrave Group, Nestle), non-food agencies (Enterprise Ireland, IBEC, Bord Bia), market research firms (AC Nielsen, Spark Market Research, Dunhumby) and in Higher Education (CIT, WIT, University of Lancaster).

PLACEMENT AND STUDY ABROAD OPPORTUNITIES

Participants can complete their placement either in Ireland or abroad, depending on their interests

LEARNING OUTCOMES

On successful completion of the MSc in Food Business and Innovation, students should be able to:

  • Communicate and work effectively to a high professional standard;
  • Demonstrate advanced analytical and problem solving skills associated with effective practice;
  • Engage in the application of advanced frameworks and techniques in organisational settings;
  • Demonstrate advanced analytical skills associated with the key challenges and decisions facing those along the food supply chain;
  • Demonstrate research and professional proficiency through the completion of an independent industry centred research project.

 

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PRACTICALITIES & ASSESSMENT

PRACTICALITIES

The MSc in Food Business and Innovation is a full-time 12 month programme. In Part I, you will need to be available to attend classes and seminars from Monday to Friday (inclusive). During Part II of the programme, you will complete a full-time Applied Food Industry Centred Research Project under the guidance of an academic and industry mentor.

The MSc in Food Business and Innovation programme is taught by academic staff of the Department of Food Business and Development and Management and Marketing. In addition, invited guest lecturers, adjunct professors and experts with a broad range of national and international experience will also contribute to the programme.

ASSESSMENT

You will be assessed by examinations, continuous assessment and a Food Industry Centred Research Project report.

WHO TEACHES THIS COURSE

The MSc in Food Business and Innovation programme is taught by academic staff of the Department of Food Business and Development and Management and Marketing. In addition, invited guest lecturers, adjunct professors and experts with a broad range of national and international experience will also contribute to the programme.



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PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION. The MSc (Economic and Enterprise Development) gives you a competitive edge for finding employment. Read more

PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION

The MSc (Economic and Enterprise Development) gives you a competitive edge for finding employment. The course enables you to develop the skills of an economist by offering you the opportunity to work with leading businesses and policymakers on the competitiveness challenges and opportunities they face. The success of the course is indicated by the employability of its graduates, which has been impressive, despite the recession. For example, within a year of graduation, over 80% of graduates are in relevant employment. 

The unique selling points of the course are:

  • projects completed for leading policymakers and businesses
  • active support and encouragement by the teaching team
  • examination completely by coursework – there are no end-of-year exams
  • strong employment record of graduates

PLACEMENT AND STUDY ABROAD INFORMATION

A unique feature of the MSc (Economic and Enterprise Development) is that leading businesses and policy makers sponsor the team projects that are completed during the course. This involves you doing research in order to address particular business problems, such as whether to do business in a country or how to assist SMEs to be innovative. It gives you the opportunity to engage meaningfully with a range of employers

UNIQUE ASPECTS OF THE COURSE

The unique selling point of the MSc (Economic and Enterprise Development) is its focus on acquiring key economist skills through the completion of projects for leading businesses and policymakers, which gives you a competitive edge that is crucial for getting a job in these challenging times.

SKILLS AND CAREERS INFORMATION

The MSc (Economic and Enterprise Development) provides invaluable skills that are transferable to occupations where economics is used to understand change and to think creatively about the future.

On successful completion, you will be able to:

  • successfully execute projects to deadline
  • plan, conduct and evaluate economic research
  • help policymakers and businesses to think creatively about the challenges they face
  • apply quantitative and qualitative research methodologies
  • communicate findings, both in writing and orally, to a high professional standard
  • work effectively in teams
  • self-direct your career development journey

https://www.cubsucc.com/programmes/postgraduate/msc-economic-and-enterprise-development/



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PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION. The MSc Economics programme is a rigorous advanced programme in economic theory and its practical application and is at the top end of graduate programmes in economics in Ireland. Read more

PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION

The MSc Economics programme is a rigorous advanced programme in economic theory and its practical application and is at the top end of graduate programmes in economics in Ireland. The programme provides its graduates with the recognised portfolio of skills required for a career as a professional economist in business, finance and the public sector. It also prepares graduates for further advanced studies in economics at PhD level. The skills acquired throughout the course are brought together in a research dissertation on an economic issue of practical interest.

UNIQUE ASPECTS OF THE PROGRAMME

  • Education and training acquired are transferable across a range of economist roles in the private and public sector
  • Excellent record in placing graduates in employment
  • Provides top-quality training and expertise in skills that are highly sought after by employer

 SKILLS AND CAREERS INFORMATION

A student with an MSc Economics degree will have their analytical, technical and problem solving skills enhanced to a level that is highly sought after by employers. Any graduate from the MSc Economics is qualified for whole host of positions in economics, business, finance and the public sector.

Recent examples of graduate destinations include:

  • Research Assistant, Irish Fiscal Advisory Council
  • Associate Risk Underwriter, Atradius
  • Economist at the Department of Social Protection
  • Economist at the Department of Children and Youth Affairs
  • Economist at DKM Economic Consultants
  • Senior Risk Analyst at Bank of Ireland
  • Audit Senior at Ernst & Young
  • Senior Dealer at Nationwide Building Society

The MSc Economics is also an excellent training if students are seeking to continue their education and begin a PhD either nationally or internationally.

Many graduates stay in third level education and go on to become lecturers, including some of the CUBS Economics academic staff.



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PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION. The MSc (Finance) Corporate Finance programme has been accepted into the . CFA® Institute University Recognition Programme. Read more

PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION

The MSc (Finance) Corporate Finance programme has been accepted into the CFA® Institute University Recognition Programme and the CAIA® Academic Partner Programme. In addition upon graduation from the programme you have exemptions from certain ACCA examinations. 

The CFA® Institute University Recognition Programme  status is granted to institutions whose degree program(s) incorporate at least 70% of the CFA® Program Candidate body of Knowledge (CBOK), which provide students with a solid grounding in the CBOK and positions them well to sit the CFA® exams.                        

The CAIA® academic partnership is granted to institutions who cover at least 60% of the entire CAIA® curriculum as represented by the Core Knowledge Outline (CKO). In addition this partnership allows UCC to grant a number of scholarships each year for students who wish to sit the CAIA® exams.  

ACCA has also assessed the MSc Corporate Finance for accreditation. Graduates of the programme will be exempted from sitting papers F1-F3.

The programme has an excellent employment track record. Since inception 100% of students on the programme gained graduate employment. 

The objective of the MSc Finance (Corporate Finance) is to produce graduates who can contribute immediately in the corporate finance industry. As a participant on the course, you will focus on developing your analytical and professional skills, culminating in a real-life corporate finance consultancy project.

The course has been designed in conjunction with an industry course board to ensure it meets the corporate finance skills needs of employers. Upon completion of the MSc Finance (Corporate Finance), you can expect to have excellent career prospects with business advisory, consultancy, corporate, investment banking and venture capital firms

UNIQUE ASPECTS OF THE PROGRAMME

  • You will gain excellent employment prospects on completion of the course.
  • The course is developed and delivered in conjunction with industry.
  • It includes an induction week focused on developing business skills.
  • You will benefit from a deep corporate finance syllabus.
  • A corporate Finance and Industry Leader lecture series will take place during the course.
  • A business research skills module is included.
  • You will produce an integrated Corporate Finance real-life research project.
  • Throughout the course we will also focus on enhancing your analytical skills and personal development.

PROFESSIONAL BODY EXEMPTION



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Overview. The PME course is designed to prepare high quality teachers for today’s second level schools. Students undertake a study of the principles of teaching and learning, develop practical teaching skills, and engage in a supervised teaching placement in at least two second-level schools. Read more

Overview

The PME course is designed to prepare high quality teachers for today’s second level schools. Students undertake a study of the principles of teaching and learning, develop practical teaching skills, and engage in a supervised teaching placement in at least two second-level schools. Students normally take disciplinary courses in the teaching of two curricular subjects.

The course normally commences in late August and lectures and school placement end in May. Examination results are usually available in late June.

Course Structure

School Based Experience

In the first year, school placement is carried out on two full days a week in a second level school where the principal and members of staff have agreed to co-operate with Maynooth University Education Department. Students spend about 65 days per year in a school within a 85 kilometer radius of Maynooth. In addition there is a period of ‘block’ teaching in January, of approximately three weeks continuous work in schools. Students make their own arrangements for teaching practice.

Teaching, Learning, Assessment and Curriculum /The Teacher as a Critically Reflective Practitioner

The central focus of these modules is on enabling the student to develop a repertoire of pedagogical skills and to adopt a professional, self-analytical and reflective approach to classroom practice. These course elements are aimed at deepening the student’s understanding of the processes of teaching and learning, of assessment, of education, of pupils and their psycho-social development, of schools within their social context and of the structure and development of the system within which they work. Among the research sources that inform these modules are pedagogical and curriculum studies, the history and structure of education, educational psychology, sociology of education and the philosophy of education. 

Teaching/Learning Seminars in Subject Methods

These consist of seminars/lectures/workshops devoted to the methodology teaching and learning of school subjects.

Duration: 2 years Full-time



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Maynooth University, Department of Education are offering an exciting and innovative Postgraduate Diploma in Educational Leadership and Management (Future… Read more

Maynooth University, Department of Education are offering an exciting and innovative Postgraduate Diploma in Educational Leadership and Management (Future Leaders) for teachers who seek, or are currently in, leadership roles. The Future Leaders programme includes a combination of practical skills and theoretical foundations to support preparation for leadership and management positions at all levels.

The programme is designed and delivered by experienced leaders from a variety of professional education roles and has input from national and international academic/practitioner experts in the areas of educational leadership and management.

The diploma is offered at Level 9, with 60 credits and will be completed over one year on a part-time basis.

The programme will cost €2,900 & the current postgraduate student levy see link below:

https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/study-maynooth/postgraduate-studies/fees-funding-scholarships/fees

 

All fee payments and student levy queries should be referred to the Fee’s Office at Maynooth University: 

 

Location:

The course will be offered in the academic year (2018/2019) in the following venues (times & days) subject to sufficient numbers:

Maynooth University: Monday – 5.00-8.00pm

Tralee Education Centre: Monday – 5.00-8.00pm

North Dublin Centre (Drumcondra Area – Venue to be confirmed): Tuesday – 5.00-8.00pm

Carrick-on-Shannon Education Centre – Wednesday – 5.00-8.00pm

Laois Education Centre (Portlaoise) : Thursday - 5.00-8.00pm

 

Information Sessions / Open Nights:

If you would like to find out more about the programme and meet members of the course staff, the following open nights/information sessions will provide full details.

(i)  Maynooth University, Education Lecture Theatre, Education House (located in Car Park 12, North Campus - 6.00-7.30pm on Monday 26th February 2018 – (suitable for Drumcondra area candidates also)

(ii)  Tralee Education Centre – Monday 19th February 2018 - 5.00 – 6.30pm.

(iii) Carrick-on-Shannon Education Centre – Wednesday 21st February 2018 – 5.00-6.30pm

(iv) Laois Education Centre (Portlaoise) – Thursday 22nd February 2018 – 5.00-6.30pm

 

Please register your interest in attending the Information Session/Open Night of your choice by completing the following online form Please ensure that you select the centre you wish to attend.

Please note: Registering your interest for an Open Night/Information Session is not a guarantee of a place on the programme or application for same.

How to apply for the programme :                    

The PAC system is now open for applications to the Future Leaders Programme, Postgraduate Diploma in Educational Leadership and Management (PGDELM) and will close at 12.00 noon on 8th May 2018.

Application Process:

(i) Places on the course will be limited.

(ii) Fully completed eligible applications only will be considered.

In order to be prepared to make an official application via the Postgraduate Application Centre (PAC) http://www.pac.ie, please have the following documents ready:

  • Certified copies* of all official transcripts of results showing date of conferral or degree/diploma parchments (Primary Degree, Teaching Qualification or Concurrent Degree (including Teaching Qualification).
  • Certified copy* of birth certificate or valid passport.

Please note: A *certified copy is a copy of an original document that has been verified as being a true copy after the original document has been sighted by an authorized person (a member of An Garda Siochana, a Solicitor, or Commissioner for Oaths)

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Modules include:

  • Leading and Managing Educational Innovation
  • Leadership for Enhancing Cultures of Communication
  • Participative Research as Leadership Practice
  • The Person and The Professional: Who am I as Leader?
  • Legal Contexts, Policy and Practice
  • Coaching & Mentoring in & as Leadership Practice

Course Duration: 1 year part-time



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