School of Business students hear from past students on topics as varied as behavioural finance research under way and meat and seafood trading
Recently the AIB Centre hosted a network event for undergraduate students on the Bachelor of Business (Economics and Finance) stream along with those on the Bachelor of Arts in Finance and Investment.
The students heard from some graduates of the BBS (E&F) and MBS (E&F) stream about their careers since graduating. Speakers included Shane Mallon, an Executive with Dawn International who outlined the nature of his work in the trading of meat and seafood across international markets whilst Aine Murphy documented her interest in Behavioural Finance which led her to undertake her PhD in same, assisted by the receipt of a scholarship from the AIB Centre for Finance and Business Research. Both speakers referred to the importance of the skills and competencies acquired over the course of their studies, serving as a motivational note for those in attendance.