Galway Announces MSc. Management Internships

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National University of Ireland, Galway launches Internship Programmes for Management Courses

Published 16 January 2019

Starting September 2019, management students at the J.E. Cairns School of Business and Economics at the National University of Ireland, Galway will be able to take up internship programmes at national and multinational companies in Ireland. This opportunity is available to MSc. students for a range of management courses including:

  1. MSc. International Management
  2. MSc. Human Resource Management
  3. MSc Strategy, Innovation and People Management

Students will be given complete academic support from the University during the internship period which will be between February to July. Paid internships with companies located regionally or nationally will be offered to management students for their well- rounded professional development and to ensure learning in a real-world context.

MSc. International Management is a highly regarded postgraduate business programme at NUI Galway which was also selected as the best  postgraduate course in Ireland for 2019. The other two courses in Human Resource Management and Strategy, Innovation and People Management are also one of the few courses in Ireland accredited by the Chartered Institute of Professional Development.

If you are interested in studying management internship courses at NUI Galway, book a free consultation with SI-Ireland.

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