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DCU Business School

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Your Talent, Our Expertise

Do you want to develop your organisation's talent and expertise. The DCU Business School Centre for Executive and International Education provides customised, accredited and non-accredited management and professional programmes that will strengthen your firm's strategic and operating capability.

Find an Expert

With specialists in accounting, economics, finance and entrepreneurship, human resource management and organisational psychology, managagment, and marketing, DCU is a wellspring of current thinking and practical solutions. Some of our people provide consultancy services; you can contact faculty members directly here.

Student Research Projects 

DCU Business School sources applied research projects from a wide range of organisations, business and not-for-profit. These provide our MSc in E-Commerce, MSc in Digital Marketing, and MSc in Management students with supervised practical applications of previously studied theory. Your organisation gets the latest thinking, a solution to a business problem, and maybe even a future employee. Register your interest here

Research Sponsorship or Funded Project Collaboration

Does your business need research to avail of an opportunity or solve a problem? Could your firm participate in any of our funded research projects? DCU faculty collaborate with industry, the public sector, and international research partners. In recent years, Enterprise Ireland, IDA Ireland, the EU (e.g. FP7 and INTERREG), Irish Research Council, Science Foundation Ireland and individual firms have all funded research in DCU Business School. To identify a potenial partner, view our staff information page, academic groups section, research centres webpages, or contact our Research Administrator.

Working in the Cloud?

The Irish Centre for Cloud Computing and Commerce (IC4) is speeding the development and adoption of cloud technologies and showcasing Ireland's capabilities in cloud computing. This is a collaborative initiative for innovation and applied research, involving DCU, UCC and AIT. Read more about our current research, completed projects and how to go about suggesting a new project. 

Running a Family Business?

The DCU Centre for Family Business is the first national hub for research, expert advice and best practice for managing and sustaining family businesses in Ireland. Family businesses account for 75% of all Irish firms, more than 50% of GDP and 50% of all employment. They face unique challenges, not least survival to second and third generations, but also unique opportunities they can grasp with expert support. At DCU, we advise on best practice in issues such as management, governance, and succession. We also provide support through education and training, learning from others, and problem-solving e.g. in market development.