What our graduates said of the European MSc in Business Informatics

First Graduation of the programme at Dublin City University
Saturday 29th of March 2008

The graduation ceremony held in March 2008 at Dublin City University included the first graduates of the European MSc in Business Informatics. Students from this programme Jan Mueller, Stefka Dzhumalieva, Ruth Hartigan, Frank Dempsey, Ultan Fitzgerald and Calr Rushe received their certificates at the ceremony and were congratulated by Dr. Markus Helfert (Programme Chair) to their great achievements and success. All our Graduates have exciting job opportunities, including positions at

  • The European Commission in Brussels
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Financial Service Industry
  • Software Companies
  • IT Consulting

embin graduation

embin student

I am really glad that I have the chance to attend the European MSc in Business Informatics. Graduating computer science and keen on information technology, I was still not able to see myself just behind the computer. The course offered me the opportunity to go beyond the technical skills and study at academic level the appropriate application of Information Technology in different business areas (often underestimated knowledge, which appeared to be highly critical in the practice). The friendly and supportive environment of highly diverse group of lectures and colleagues is just adding more advantages. Certainly, I see European MSc in Business Informatics as investment in my future!
Ms Stefka Dzhumalieva
Student Year 2006/07

embin student

 

I had graduated in 2004 with a B.Sc. in Computer Science and since then I had been working in the public sector. The main attraction (among many) for me was the opportunity to spend three months abroad working on a research project. Since starting in September 2006 I haven't looked back. I plan to go to Vienna at the end of May and begin work on my practicum. The college facilities at DCU are excellent, the lecturers are very helpful and my classmates are really friendly. We are a really tight knit group, made up of students from many different countries working together. This course has offered me chance to research abroad, it has given me a lot more confidence in myself and it has increased my job opportunities. I wouldn't change my decision for the world!
Ms Ruth Hartigan
Student Year 2006/07