Accredited by and delivered in partnership with Ulster University, the MSc in Executive Leadership combines a personal and professional journey to excellence in leading people and organisations, providing access to networks of local, national and global academics and executive thought leaders.
Irish Times Training has been delivering this programme together with Ulster University for over 10 years and it boasts alumni from a range of prestigious organisations including Deutsche Bank, PM Group, State Street, and AIB.
Delivered in 3-day block-release workshops & with online learning support over two years, the programme empowers leaders and offers the opportunity to reflect on your career while building on your skills. The programme is structured around eight taught modules each lasting three days and one five day study visit to the Global Leadership Institute, Boston College, USA.
The first year of the qualification constitutes a Postgraduate Certificate in Executive Leadership on successful completion.
The MSc in Executive Leadership is delivered via eight three-day block release modules each followed by a half-day off-site Action Learning Set. In addition, there is a five-day study visit to the Global Leadership Institute, Boston College, USA (included in programme cost).
The programme is delivered using a mix of classroom teaching with leading industry guest speakers, company visits, action learning, class interaction and participation and case study analysis. Contextualised learning is supported by a range of e-books and online materials accessed from the University’s library.
To request a programme brochure or for more information on how to apply, please contact Peter Morgan on email@example.com or (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 ,