DCU Business School has established a strong reputation both for providing high quality programmes that are responsive to the needs of the economy and society, and for fostering theoretical and applied research across a range of business disciplines. Industry engagement is a hallmark of all of our activities.
DCUBS Centre for Executive and International Education (CEIE) was established by DCU Business School to provide accredited programmes and leadership and management development programmes to organisational leaders across all economic sectors. Operating as an integral part of the Business School, CEIE provides a dedicated service to its clients, both at organisation and individual participant level.
The reputation of the Business School and its CEIE unit has grown rapidly, initially within Ireland and now internationally. This reputation is built on both the quality of the programmes delivered and the very high standards of executive client service. A new, purpose-designed teaching and learning space has been provided in the Business School since 2007 to meet the growing needs of participants on executive programmes. Air-conditioned classrooms, breakout rooms, a computer laboratory, and meeting areas – all covered by wireless networking on-campus, and with remote access to the Intranet, enable students to participate in study-related activities, and to collaborate effectively and efficiently on joint projects.
Whichever programme you choose, you can be confident that our experienced faculty and action-based learning approach to executive education and leadership development, with its particular emphasis on work-related projects and the integration of experiential and classroom knowledge as you go, will equip you with the insight and skills required to meet your current and future business challenges.