A new, higher education initiative by Keyin College and Dublin Business School, allowing its business graduates to further their education at Ireland’s largest independent third level college, was announced today by the President of Keyin College and the Director of Marketing & Admissions at Dublin Business School (DBS).
This exclusive connection for international post-secondary advancement has moved beyond its initial memorandum of understanding to an official business education partnership. “This is an exciting partnership with an extremely prestigious college in Ireland,” said Ralph Tucker, President of Keyin College. “It offers a unique opportunity for students at Keyin College to obtain a diploma in one country and a degree in another.”
Keyin College’s partnership with Dublin Business School is based on three business pillars.
Upon completion of Keyin’s Business Management, Business Information Technology, Business Management / Human Resource Management, and Professional Business Accountant programs, students are granted the opportunity to enter and study the third year at Dublin Business School’s BA (Honours) in Business Information Systems, BA (Honours) in Business* and BA (Honours) in Accounting and Finance.
The new collaboration extends the ever-increasing DBS brand. “DBS is delighted to be partnering with Keyin, offering an exciting opportunity to both institutions,” said Cliona O’Beirne, Director of Marketing & Admissions at Dublin Business School. “DBS has a long-established relationship with partner colleges all over the world, including the United States, Brazil, China, France, Germany and Spain, and is now excited to be adding its first Canadian partnership. We look forward to receiving the first cohort of students in the coming year to Dublin.”
Keyin’s faculty and staff are enthusiastic in offering graduates an opportunity to work toward a degree at Dublin Business School, located in the heart of Dublin’s city centre. DBS aims to ensure that students will have a rewarding and challenging experience while being immersed in the culture and sights of the vibrant capital city of Ireland.
Established in 1975, the college was quickly entrenched as an academic source of quality teaching standards, with flexible, innovative learning opportunities that reflect and match the needs of students and employers. This recognition has been achieved both at the government level and on an individual student basis. The College has created a distinctive learning environment with students from over 70 countries participating in its programs.
Dublin Business School’s visit began on Wednesday, May 24th with meetings in St. John’s between the two educational institutions, including Keyin’s Senior Management, and DBS’s Director of Marketing & Admissions. Further to this, Ms. O’Beirne presented to career counselors and students throughout the province.
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