The MSc in Executive Leadership is a two year, part-time degree designed, delivered and accredited by Ulster University in association with Irish Times Training.
Great leadership is at the heart and soul of great organisations and is the key to unlocking human potential. It is the means by which organisations secure and maintain their competitive edge and by which they create and capture value. This Business Masters degree is more than an academic programme of study and knowledge acquisition. The MSc in Executive Leadership combines a personal and professional journey to excellence by providing access to networks of local, national and global academics and industry thought leaders.
As a 2 year part-time strategic development initiative, the MSc is structured around 8 classroom-based modules each lasting 3 days, delivered in The Irish Times Building, Dublin 2 and one 5 day module delivered at the Global Leadership Institute, Boston College, USA. Relevant case studies and a wide selection of e-books and online materials from Ulster University's library are used to support participant development throughout. Induction and graduation take place at Ulster University's Jordanstown Campus.
Assessment for the MSc in Executive Leadership is by a company-based assignment at the end of each module. On successful completion of all nine modules participants will be awarded the Postgraduate Diploma in Executive Leadership. Those who go on to complete the Dissertation will be awarded the MSc in Executive Leadership by Ulster University. The MSc is an internationally recognised degree.
YEAR 1: €11,950 or Early Bird €9,750 - YEAR 2: €9,950 or Early Bird €7,800
Fees are inclusive of the international study visit to Boston College.
Programme Co-Ordinator: Una O'Hare
T: (01) 472 7101
(incl. course materials & refreshments)
The Irish Times Building,
24 - 28 Tara Street,
This course is also offered on a tailored in company basis
‘Each individual's journey to success follows a unique path, but all share common goals.
The MSc in Executive Leadership with Irish Times Training is not designed to teach executives how to become leaders, but to guide professionals in unlocking their full potential.’
Tim Hynes ,
Chief Information Officer ,
‘I have had fantastic support from lecturers, other students and from staff at Irish Times Training and Ulster University. Assignments are very well explained and, because the classroom lectures are only one evening a week, I still have lots of time to keep up with the due dates and to have a life! ’
Laine Tavares ,
Client Advisor ,
Irish Engineering Services
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