Having a project which involves building an online business on your CV as a marketing graduate about to enter the workforce is a powerful thing. At this point, graduates will have completed minimal work experience and having a project of this calibre under their belt can make them stand out from the crowd when applying for entry-level positions and boost their employability.
Studying part-time delivers great benefits, but it’s not a decision to be taken lightly. Upgrading your qualifications can assist you in changing careers or moving up the ladder, but it will require short-term sacrifices.
This summer National College of Ireland is launching a new lunchtime series: In Conversation With. The series comprises three free events with Bobby Kerr interviewing some of the best minds in Irish business. The first event takes place on Wednesday 28th June, from 1-2pm where we'll be welcoming Brian Lee, co-founder and Managing Director of Freshly Chopped, on campus. Ahead of this event we sat down with Brian to get to know a little more about how he got started.
National College of Ireland is delighted to be running a Festival of Digital Creativity and Innovation in partnership with the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning for the All Aboard 2017 initiative. This initiative is promoting a series of national and regional public events designed to build confidence in Ireland’s digital skills for learning.
We’ve decked the halls, the carols are playing and the students have finished their second semester. Christmas is almost upon us once more, and all that’s left is for us to wish all of our friends, students, alumni and the entire NCI community a very merry Christmas and a happy new year, and to thank you for your continued support.
In case you missed it, NCI's open day on November 23rd was featured in today's Irish Independent: National College of Ireland is preparing to welcome students from schools across the country to its biggest and best open days yet.