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Monthly Archives: May 2014

Sept 2013 New Members of Faculty

ISB Dublin is delighted to welcome three new members of the faculty this semester: two English teachers, Peter Sheekey and Robert Bodrog; and Michael Grant for Management. For more details please see our Staff page.

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New Member of Faculty

ISB Dublin is delighted to welcome Rowena Hennigan to the faculty. Rowena will be lecturing in the areas of International Marketing and Digital Media.Rowena brings a wealth of corporate experience in the areas of marketing, IT and communications.

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State Accreditation

ISB Dublin is delighted to announce that it is now a HETAC recognised institution! This confirms that ISB meets national and international standards in third level education. Two of ISB’s programmes – the Certificate in Business for International Learners and ...

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ISB Welcomes New Faculty

ISB is delighted to welcome Martha O’Hagan Luff as a lecturer in Economic Aspects of Ireland. Martha is an Economics graduate from Trinity College and also holds an MSc in Finance from Trinity. She is currently working on her PhD ...

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ISB and CEA Establish a CEAGlobal Campus in Dublin

ISB and CEA, one of the largest study abroad organisations in the US, have set up a CEAGlobal Campus in Dublin. This new alliance will allow US students study a range of business and liberal arts courses in Dublin and share their ...

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ISB Appoints Academic Director

ISB is delighted to announce the appointment of Darragh O’Briain as Academic Director. Darragh has extensive experience in both lecturing and management in international education, and his energy and enthusiasm around the office is just what the doctor ordered!

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New Media & Society Course at ISB

The NEW Media and Society Course will provide an overview of the development of the mass media in Ireland and globally and its impact on society. This course will explore the historical, social, political, economic and regulatory contexts within which ...

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Dublin Voted Friendliest City

Dublin has been named the friendliest city in Europe for the second consecutive year, in a survey of travellers’ perceptions of European cities by TripAdvisor, the world’s most popular and largest travel community. Meanwhile the least friendly city is Paris, ...

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