NUI Galway MBA Masterclass
NUI Galway Executive MBA in association with the MBA Association of Ireland Western Chapter present the seventh NUI Galway MBA Masterclass event entitled
Hear from Business Leaders in a Peer-Group and Experience it Yourself
Chair: Dr. Christine Domegan, Senior Lecturer in Marketing at NUI Galway
Alan Mulholland, MD, John Mulholland Bookmaker
Paul Glynn, MD, Topform Ltd
Gene Browne, CEO, The City Bin Co.
Barry Walsh, The People Development Co.
Thursday 26th September 2013 at 6.30 p.m. Aula Maxima, Upper Level, The Quad, NUI Galway
Refreshments and Light Finger Food at 6.30 p.m.Due to a limited number of places, you must RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 091 495 066
Executive MBA Student 2012-14
“I’ve been running my own physiotherapy business for eight years but I had no business training and wanted to gain skills in management, marketing and IT. I chose the Executive MBA because it offered the full range of disciplines that I needed and I felt that I could apply what I was learning directly to the business as I went along. Over the past year I have studied accounting for managers, management theories and looking at how technology can help business. All our systems at my company are computerised and I am now integrating those systems to get more leverage from the information we gather. We can look at our activities week on week and use our data more strategically. I have a summer elective in business negotiations and in Year 2 I will have the option to choose modules such as economics with Alan Ahearne. It was the calibre of the lecturing body that really drew me to this programme”.
Executive MBA Student 2010-12
“I selected the NUIG Executive MBA program because it offered me the opportunity to continue with my career and embark on my MBA education at the same time. This provided me the opportunity to apply the learning in my organization almost simultaneously. The program also offers access to a network of MBA students, alumni, faculty, and business leaders both local and international. Overall it has been a very positive experience”