J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics College of Business, Public Policy and Law Centre for Adult Learning and Professional Development
PROGRAMMES AVAILABLE: PDip DURATION: 1 year, part-time NUMBER OF PLACES: Unlimited COURSE INSTANCE(S): 1PDT1. Visit www.aua.ie for application forms and further details. FEES AND FUNDING: Fees information and funding opportunities: pages 286 and 288. CLOSING DATE: Applications will open in April 2021 and places will be offered on a rolling basis. The final application deadline is Sunday 25 July 2021. CONTACT Niamh Nolan T: +353 91 493 746 E: firstname.lastname@example.org 3 GOOD REASONS TO STUDY THIS COURSE 1. Flexible learning: The programme is delivered using a blended approach, that is, a combination of distance/online learning materials and face-to- face tutorials and seminars. 2. Peer learning and professional networking: As this is an executive education course, participants will learn from each other and benefit from the high- level and diverse experiences of fellow students. 3. Experience different
Your Course The aim of the Postgraduate Diploma in Technology Commercialisa- tion is to improve the commercialising success rate of the next generation of technology entrepreneurs. It will provide you with information and guidance on business planning, securing project finance, and bringing new technologies, products and services to market. Modules include Innovation and Technology Transfer; Marketing Technology Products; Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Technology Finance and Capital; industry seminars; and a capstone project. The programme is delivered in association with the University of Limerick (UL) and University College Cork (UCC), with the location of Saturday workshops (approximately monthly) rotating between the three universities. Career Opportunities Graduates of this course work in both private and public sector organisations in the area of research and development of new technologies, with a specific focus on commercialisation and marketing activities. The course is also suitable for those who have a business idea and wish to avail of an opportunity to explore its potential through a structured course. Students who successfully complete the PDip with an average grade of 2.1 honours may apply for the MSc in Technology Management with exemptions. Minimum Entry Requirements Candidates must have a First or Second Class Honours degree at undergraduate level in any discipline, with three years’ work experience; or an Ordinary or Third Class Honours degree with five years’ work experience; or a recognised professional qualification with five years’ work experience. FIND OUT MORE AT: www.nuigalway.ie/courses/taught-postgraduate-courses/ technology-commercialisation.html
campuses: Students attend seminars approximately one
Saturday per month, on a rotating basis, at NUI Galway, UL and UCC.
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