As an MBA student, you will build on your previous experience and gain practical skills in finance, strategy, marketing, accounting, economics, human resources, leadership, communications and information technology.
|Foundation Week (End August)|
6 Core Modules
Optional Global Network Immersion Week
|5 Core Modules
3 Option Modules
International Study Trip
|2 Core Modules
|LDP: Team Building||LDP: Personal Development||LDP: Real World Practicality|
|Careers: Personal Skills||Careers: Strategic Job Search||Careers: Job Acquisition|
A week-long orientation session prior to the academic course that is designed to assist participants as they return to formal study. Subjects covered include: Communication Skills, Report Writing, Team Building, Networking Sessions, Case Study Analysis, Library & IT Skills, and Productivity Management.
- MBA Blog
- MBA Clubs
- International MBA Sporting Competitions
- Intervarsity MBA Strategy Competitions
- Networking Events
- Social Events
Full-time MBA participants have the opportunity to complete their MBA by undertaking an exchange period at one of our exchange partners abroad. We have exchange partners in Asia, India, South Africa, North America and South America (subject to availability).
By utilizing a range of methods including lectures, seminars, guest speakers, practical projects, and case studies, the Smurfit MBA faculty encourage participants to draw on their own professional experience as they broaden their knowledge.
Assessment for the MBA is based on a combined grade for group assignments and presentations, individual projects, class participation and written examinations. Graduates are given a GPA and level result.
Our faculty hold the highest qualifications from the world’s leading universities. This, coupled with their business experience, creates an environment of excellence in teaching and research where participants study a wide range of subjects. Many faculty also consult for international corporations and institutions.