NUI Galway’s formal celebration of University Scholarships, prizes and gold medals recently took place in the Bailey Allen Hall, Áras na Macléinn. The celebration consisted of a presentation by the President of an award to each winner, followed by an address by the President, and a reception in Áras na Mac Léinn afterwards.
Pictured are Dr. Denise Holland, Professor John McHale, President Dr. Jim Browne, Paul Scully, Dr. Josephine Igoe, Dr. Tom Acton, and NUI Galway students Sinead Russell and Oisin Molloy, who jointly scooped the Intel Award valued at €1,000 for highest academically performing students on the MSc International Management, in the Discipline of Management at NUI Galway.
The award winning MSc in International Management provides students with in-depth knowledge and expertise in the principles and application of international business and management. Sinead is now a Financial Analyst at KPMG and Oisin work as part of In-house Recruitment department at Ernst & Young
According to Programme Director, Dr Josephine Igoe, “We are delighted to have this important industry collaboration with Intel, as a successful multinational company here in Ireland, and we thank them for their generous sponsorship of ‘ the best student award’. This collaboration recognises high performing students and the best of what this MSc programme delivers into the marketplace and is appropriately sponsored by one of the highest performing multinational companies operating in Ireland.”
Paul Scully, Vice President, Human Resources, Director of EMEA, INTEL Corporation says “As we move from internet to the digital economy there will be a number of critical leadership skills at its epicenter; critical thinking & problem-solving skills, communication skills, collaboration skills, and finally innovation skill sets. The NUIG MSc programme is equipping the future Talent pool to have these important capabilities, therefore ‘strategically’ preparing the Talent Marketplace to succeed in the Digital economy. Intel are delighted to be partnering with NUIG in building this Talent pool for the future.”
For more information about MSc in International Management email Gerry Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +353 91 493771.