DIT Marketing Graduate won at the Global Undergraduate Summit 2018

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DIT Marketing Graduate won at the Global Undergraduate Summit 2018

Published 29 November 2018

Dublin Institute of Technology business school graduate, Brian Heffernan, has won a prestigious Global Undergraduate Award for his research on Online Impression Management of Generation X. The undergraduate awards are highly reputed as they recognise the best undergraduate work on a global platform, including students from different cultures and disciplines.

Dr Kate Uí Ghallachoir, Head of Marketing at DIT College of Business, said: “Brian’s global triumph at the Undergraduate Awards is a testament to his talent, detailed rigorous research and creative thinking, and the wealth of expertise available in DIT School of Marketing”. The DIT College of Business is one of the largest business school in Ireland and is located in the heart of Dublin city with more than 5,000 registered students. The School offers a wide choice of undergraduate and postgraduate courses delivered in an excellent teaching environment.

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