Evening BSc (Hons) Management Practice from Irish Times Training

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Are you busy but looking to advance your career? Irish Times Training’s Bachelor of Science (Hons) Management Practice may be the degree for you. Accredited by Ulster University, this BSc is also an internationally recognised degree. It take two years to complete and you attend class one night a week.

The BSc (Hons) Management Practice evening programme is now enrolling for September 2017.

About the degree

The BSc is ideal for people wishing to advance their career. This is a comprehensive as well as practically orientated degree programme designed to enhance strategic thinking.

Students attend classes one evening a week (6-9pm) over two years on an academic timetable. Therefore, this degree is a great learning option for business professionals who want to work towards an accredited academic qualification. You will also be able to implement immediate and practical change in your business or organisation. As a result, you will be in a better position to progress within your organisation, or indeed, within another organisation/sector.


About Irish Times Training

Irish Times Training is a leading provider of digital, business management and executive training programmes.

They have offered professional development and education business for 35 years as a subsidiary of The Irish Times. They currently offer over 50 programmes and train over 4,000 people every year. Their key areas include:

  • Management & Finance
  • Executive Education
  • Springboard+ government funded programmes
  • Digital Marketing
  • Business
  • Personal Development

Irish Times Training is a QQI (formerly FETAC) accredited centre. Furthermore, all of their trainers are highly qualified professionals drawn from industry and come with extensive training experience.

Anne Sexton

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