Part time Course in Business Studies in Dublin in Ireland

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Business Studies

A course is the study of a particular topic within a wider subject area and is the foundation of a qualification. A typical course includes lectures, assessments and tutorials.

Business studies provide foundational learning for students who want to work in some capacity of business. Available at universities and business schools all over the world, students will learn business basics such as finance and management. 

Ireland lately implemented a law, which mandates all students attending university education to apply for government loans to allow them achieve their higher academic dreams. First official language is Irish, also known as Irish Gaelic, but English (the second official language) is more widely used. The national capital is Dublin. Ireland is famous for celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day (17 March) all over the world.

Dublin, which is from Leinster province, is a modern center of educational institutions that are famous for quality education. This city has great cultural importance. It offers three major universities to education seekers: The University of Dublin, The National University of Ireland and Dublin City University.

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Dublin - Irish Studies

IES Abroad
Campus 1 - 2 semesters September 2017 Ireland Dublin

In this program, you learn about Irish culture through courses in the humanities and social sciences that focus on themes of tradition, change, and identity in modern Ireland. Writing and literature courses tap into the rich artistic history of Ireland, and you may also choose to participate in an internship or service learning placement to complement your classroom learning. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Business Studies in Dublin in Ireland. Overview Rich in culture and pride, modern Dublin is a vibrant city with more than half of its population under the age of 25. This colorful, cosmopolitan city is home to a world-class art scene and is known for its literature and famous writers, such as George Bernard Shaw, Oscar Wilde, and Samuel Beckett. In this program, you learn about Irish culture through courses in the humanities and social sciences that focus on themes of tradition, change, and identity in modern Ireland. Writing and literature courses tap into the rich artistic history of Ireland, and you may also choose to participate in an internship or service learning placement to complement your classroom learning. Dublin will also be your classroom. Explore the city’s well-known landmarks such as the River Liffey, St. Stephen’s Green, the Dublin Castle, and the Garden of Remembrance. Everything you do is part of your learning experience that helps you complete the picture of what Ireland has been through–and where it’s going. We want you to feel at home in Dublin, so we do everything we can to help you integrate into life in the city, from internships to cultural activities. Our orientation introduces you to this beautiful capital and helps you get to know your classmates and our staff. After you’ve created a home base, field trips introduce you to other regions of the country to help you make the most out of your study abroad... [-]

Dublin - Entrepreneurship & Technology

IES Abroad
Campus 1 - 2 semesters September 2017 Ireland Dublin

Our Entrepreneurship & Technology Program has been designed to provide you with leadership, entrepreneurial, and digital skills in an immersive environment so you can capitalize on the business-friendly energy of this city. [+]

Overview There’s a reason why Dublin is now serving as the European headquarters for companies such as Google, Facebook, and Twitter. For the past decade, Ireland’s pro-business environment has been an incubator for start-ups, particularly in technology, and its reputation as a principal technology hub of Europe is well-established. Our Entrepreneurship & Technology Program has been designed to provide you with leadership, entrepreneurial, and digital skills in an immersive environment so you can capitalize on the business-friendly energy of this city. Dublin is Europe’s tech hub for the world’s most innovative companies with 8 out of the top 10 Global information, communication and technology firms here. Google, Facebook, Zynga, PayPal, LinkedIn, and Salesforce are well established and in the past few years, Dropbox, AirBnB, Malwarebytes, SurveyMonkey, and Yelp have set up a base in Dublin. Think of Dublin as your classroom. Here, you can foster your own essential skills needed for developing new businesses through our Entrepreneurship and Globalization, Technology Ventures and Digital Marketing and Communication courses. Our Entrepreneurship & Globalization course focuses on the macro business environment while the Technology Ventures course teaches you strategic business development and our course in Digital Marketing & Communications explores tactical and implementable marketing plans. Through assignments and the undertaking and presentation of a professional business pitch, as well as entrepreneurial and digital projects, you will develop skills in project management, business plan development, expansion strategy, customer engagement, and creativity. This learning is augmented by visits to technology centers, local start-up companies, and... [-]

Dublin – Full-Time Semester Internship

IES Abroad
Campus 1 semester September 2017 Ireland Dublin

An IES Internship abroad develops your professional skills, your ability to communicate across cultures, and provides substantive work experience to jump-start your career in today’s competitive job market. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Business Studies in Dublin in Ireland. Overview Dublin is a global leader in the arts and entrepreneurship. It’s also a major media and publishing center with excellent opportunities in business, finance, communications, social outreach, and more. This capital city’s breadth of growing industries makes a semester internship in Dublin the perfect experience for a variety of interests. Take a scenic walk, borrow from Dublinbikes, or use the DART line to commute to your internship. For lunch, enjoy a traditional corned beef sandwich or Irish stew. Build a global network of professional contacts while taking in everything this amazing city has to offer. An IES Internship abroad develops your professional skills, your ability to communicate across cultures, and provides substantive work experience to jump-start your career in today’s competitive job market. Our 14-week program in Dublin guarantees an unpaid, for-credit internship placement at a local business or organization, where you’ll work for at least 32 hours a week. Before you head off to intern in Dublin, your internship coordinator will work with you to fine-tune your résumé, perfect your cover letter, and hone your communication and interview skills as we prepare you for working in a new cultural environment. We will work with you to help find the closest match between your expressed preferences and professional goals with what’s available via IES Internships in Dublin. When you arrive, the staff at our Dublin Center will welcome you for orientation. This includes an introduction to the city... [-]

Dublin Direct Enrollment - Dublin City University

IES Abroad
Campus 1 - 2 semesters September 2017 Ireland Dublin

You won’t need the luck of the Irish to have an unforgettable study abroad experience in Dublin. By directly enrolling at Dublin City University (DCU), you’ll have the joy of befriending the Irish, who are known for their hospitality. You’ll feel more at home knowing that Dublin has a young population (more than half of the city is under 25). [+]

Overview You won’t need the luck of the Irish to have an unforgettable study abroad experience in Dublin. By directly enrolling at Dublin City University (DCU), you’ll have the joy of befriending the Irish, who are known for their hospitality. You’ll feel more at home knowing that Dublin has a young population (more than half of the city is under 25). Dublin rewards the independent spirit with a diverse culture and a wide range of educational opportunities. Dublin City University (DCU) offers a wide variety of challenging courses. This program appeals primarily to those students who are ready for the challenge of adapting to an entirely new academic culture that requires significant independent work. Dublin will also be your classroom. Take in an Irish play at Abbey Theatre, the country’s national theater. Learn about Dublin’s history by exploring Dublin Castle which was built in 1204. Visit Trinity College Dublin to see The 7th Century Book of Kells, a masterful example of an illuminated manuscript, that is housed in its own climate controlled archive in the university’s old library. Welcome to study abroad! We want you to feel at home in Dublin, so we will do everything we can to help you integrate into life in Dublin. Enrolling directly in an Irish institution through IES Abroad provides you with a chance to sample the local academic culture while still benefiting from the support of IES Abroad staff and housing. Quick Facts Center: IES Abroad Dublin City: Dublin Country: Ireland Program Credits:... [-]

Music Business Program

Recording Connection Audio School
Campus September 2017 Ireland Cork Dublin

If you’re going to be successful as a record executive, label owner or band manager, you really need to be smart and deliberate regarding your choice of music school. There are many options out there, but many schools charge far too much money and don’t offer any real connection to the music industry itself. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Business Studies in Dublin in Ireland. THE RECORDING CONNECTION MUSIC BUSINESS PROGRAM: AVAILABLE IN ALL 50 STATES AND CANADA. With hundreds of locations across the U.S., Canada, Australia and theU.K., the Recording Connection has helped thousands of students find their way in to rewarding music industry careers by placing them as working apprentices (externs) in actual recording studios. Each student is paired with a mentor, a successful working producer/engineer with years of experience and real album credits. We partner with hundreds of music professionals across the globe, many of whom work with Platinum-selling and Grammy-winning artists, to ensure that our students are receiving the best guidance, education and opportunities possible. The Recording Connection's Music Business Program is now enrolling! Are you looking for an exciting, rewarding career as a record executive, music mogul, band manager or other music industry professional? 
Do you have a desire to find fresh, new, talented bands and artists and help them reach a wider audience? Do you wish you had the connections and resources to do so?
 Are you perhaps already managing a few bands and artists but feel you need more industry connections to take it to the professional level? 
Do you have a drive and passion to find the next world music superstar and watch the world sing their songs? 
Do you dream of becoming the next Quincy Jones, David Geffen, Jimmy Iovine or Sam Phillips? 
 Do you have the work ethic and commitment to see these dreams... [-]

Hybrid StartUp Internship Dublin

Corkscrew Startup School
Campus 28 days July 2017 Ireland Dublin

Join us for a unique 28 Day Hybrid StartUp Internship and develop your creativity, initiative and leadership skills by learning about business startup at one of the city’s most innovative cowork spaces [+]

Join us for a unique 28 Day Hybrid StartUp Internship and develop your creativity, initiative and leadership skills by learning about business startup at one of the city’s most innovative cowork spaces. Invest In Your Future Learn an entrepreneurial mindset and become ultra-employable. Travel To Dublin Join Facebook and Google in one of Europe’s most entrepreneurial capitals. Hybrid Internship A blend of study abroad and work experience in a startup environment. The Hybrid ‘StartUp’ Internship We believe Internship Programs should be more than just work experience, that’s why we’ve developed our unique Hybrid StartUp Internship to focus on developing key employability skills through the world of StartUps. Our innovative program blends work experience at one of the most entrepreneurial cowork spaces in Dublin with practical training on how to create a feasible business idea and take it to market with minimal risk and investment. With personal mentorship, hands-on training and excellent feedback you can trust us to deliver a program that’s perfect for you. What’s a Hybrid StartUp Internship? At Corkscrew we feel that Internship providers have a commitment to develop interns to their full capacity and that the experience is more than just an organisations name on a resume. Since 2011 we have been developing a unique program that uses practical work experience and startup training to best develop participants professional and personal attributes within entrepreneurial environments. We want to show you that starting a business is for everyone. The vital skills that you learn when starting a business... [-]

Course 5 - Lobbying and networking for the European Projects

European Academy for Education and Social Research
Campus Part time 4 days December 2017 Ireland Dublin

Understand the EU policy‐making process, Best practices in the utilisation of EU funds; EU projects implemented at Regional level; meeting with the EU affair advisors and new potential project partners. [+]

DATE03 – 06 December 2012

TIME SCHEDULE30 Hours of in-class lectures5 hours of individual work on My Europa Platform(www.my-europa.eu)

 

LOCATIONBrussels (Belgium)

 

COURSE LEADERSProject Managers, EU Affairs Advisors, Regionalrepresentatives, EC policy officers...(see the list of our speakers)

This course has been designed to provide to the students a real networking experience which will give them the opportunity to meet new international partners and European Affair Advisors that can help to develop their European projects. The course is also addressed to explain how European projects, as a lobby tool, can influence the EU policy-making process.... [-]


Course 4 - European Projects Development

European Academy for Education and Social Research
Campus 1 week November 2017 Ireland Dublin

Project approach & partnership Building / Project Implementation / Project Management / Project Budget [+]

DATE27 – 30 November 2012

TIME SCHEDULE20 Hours of in-class lectures5 hours of individual work on My Europa Platform(www.my-europa.eu)

LOCATIONBrussels (Belgium)

Project Approach & Partnership Building (finding a call for proposal, requirements of project evaluation, how to build a partnership consortium, how to prepare a concept paper) Project Implementation (how to draft a project proposal – work plan & project objectives; how to draft a project – details of tasks and sub activities; implementation of Work Packages and Project results) Project Management (negotiation of funded projects; legal aspects of EU funded projects; Project management 1 – internal managing bodies and follow up of project activities; Project management 2 – problematic case as contract failure, change of partner, budget deviation, conflictive parties, conflict resolution and sanctions) Project Budget – Monitoring and Reporting (how to draft a project budget; budget & cost follow up; project reporting 1 – the activity report and financial and administrative issues including special case for third countries) The attendance of the European Projects Awards 2012 ceremony on 28 November 2012 at the European Economic and Social Committee in Brussels (Belgium) ... [-]

Community Programmes and Structural Funds (eLearning)

European Academy for Education and Social Research
Campus Part time 1 week September 2017 Ireland Dublin

Community Programmes: (FP7, CIP, LIFE+, TEN, LLP, Progress, Culture, Media, Europe for Citizens, Youth In Action, etc); Structural Funds: European Regional Development Fund (ERDF); European Social Fund (ESF); Cohesion Fund (CF); European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development [+]

The course in streamed on eAcademy (www.my-europa.eu)

Community Programmes: (FP7, CIP, LIFE+, TEN, LLP, Progress, Culture, Media, Europe for Citizens, Youth In Action, etc)  Structural Funds: European Regional Development Fund (ERDF); European Social Fund (ESF); Cohesion Fund (CF); European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD); European Agricultural Guarantee Fund (EAGF); European Fishieries Fund (EFF) External Aid Instruments (Focus on IPA – Instrument for Pre-Accession) European Tenders (Public contracts for works, supplies and services)  

The “Community Programmes and Structural Funds” is the third course of the first edition of “Master in Technologies for the Development of European Projects 2011 - 2012” .  ... [-]


Course 2 - European Funding Opportunities

European Academy for Education and Social Research
Campus Part time 1 week October 2017 Ireland Dublin

The course is addressed to provide a comprehensive understanding of all European funding opportunities: from the Community Programmes, toStructural Funds and to European external aid supports available for third countries such as the Instrument for Pre – Accession (IPA) for the WesternBalkans. [+]

DATE18 – 21 October 2012

TIME SCHEDULE20 Hours of in-class lectures5 hours of individual work on My Europa Platform(www.my-europa.eu)

LOCATIONRovinj – Rovigno (Croatia)

 

The course is addressed to provide a comprehensive understanding of all European funding opportunities: from the Community Programmes, to Structural Funds and to European external aid supports available for third countries such as the Instrument for Pre – Accession (IPA) for the Western Balkans. The community programmes are directly managed by the European Commission in order to grant projects in the field of research, innovation, competitiveness, environment, education, youth, culture and citizenship. The management of Structural funds are decentralised at national and regional level and the impact of these funds mainly concerns the investments to improve the competitiveness and innovation of the enterprises, to sustain the job creation, to support the environment and use of renewable energies, to develop infrastructure and transportation systems and to support the rural areas. The external aids support have been designed to enhance the role of the European Union as a global player in order tospread their proper values (prosperity, democracy and human rights) through the cooperation with third countries.... [-]


Course 3 - European Projects English

European Academy for Education and Social Research
Campus or Online 1 week November 2017 Ireland Dublin

Using English accurately in order to communicate with project partners, write effective project proposals and submit official documents to the European Commission commensurate with the standards of the EU. [+]

DATE12 – 16 November 2012

TIME SCHEDULE30 Hours of in-class lectures5 hours of individual work on My Europa Platform(www.my-europa.eu)

LOCATIONAtlas Language SchoolDublin (Ireland)

The overall aim of the European Projects English course is to improve significantly the quality of students’ written project proposals to meet the expectations of professional proficiency-level (C2) readers of English. This will be achieved by the development of appropriate knowledge, skills and techniques, which can be applied to advantage in various written assignments. The course has been designed for professionals who need to use English accurately and appropriately in order to communicate successfully with international project partners, write effective project proposals and submit official documents to the European Commission commensurate with the standards of the EU. The course will cover aspects of developing an appropriate formal style for both oral and written communications, expressing and linking ideas in writing, synthesising information to arrive at a persuasive and coherent written conclusion, and acquiring the specific EU project proposal vocabulary and formulae needed in order to submit a successful project. Students can also expect to improve their wider communication and presentation skills. The course also includes a pre-arrival task concerning the language experience and the project ideas of the students in order to tailor the course according to their general background.... [-]