Postgraduate Scholarship recipients announced by School of Business

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Sponsors of the Business Postgraduate Scholarship Programme are Sam McCauley Pharmacy, the Women’s Gaelic Players Association (WGPA) and the Gaelic Players Association (GPA)

Sponsors of the Business Postgraduate Scholarship Programme are Sam McCauley Pharmacy, the Women’s Gaelic Players Association (WGPA) and the Gaelic Players Association (GPA)

The WIT School of Business has announced its Postgraduate Scholarship Award Winners 2017/18 sponsored by Sam McCauley Pharmacy, the GPA and the WGPA

As a result of changes to the Higher Education grant system and in an effort to assist high performing students to undertake postgraduate study at the School of Business, this year the School again initiated a range of new postgraduate scholarships for 2017-18.

The scholarships were awarded to top performing students across the range of business programmes at postgraduate level.

Sponsors of the Business Postgraduate Scholarship Programme are Sam McCauley Pharmacy, the Women’s Gaelic Players Association (WGPA) and the Gaelic Players Association (GPA).

The two Sam McCauley Pharmacy sponsored scholarships went to Adriana Urdenata, (MBS Management) and Jonathan McEvoy (MBS Economics and Finance).

GPA recipients are: Jamie Snell (MBS Marketing) and William Maher (MBA)

WGPA recipients are Mairead Daly (MBS Marketing) and Roisin Murphy (MBS Marketing).

The School of Business would like to acknowledge the support of the sponsors for their support of WIT students, and ongoing commitment to our work, is very much appreciated.

“Through its activities, the School of Business has been fuelling innovation and growth in the South East for more than 35 years. Working closely with industry, it has developed relevant, leading-edge research projects and courses with more degrees and postgraduate offerings coming on line all the time. By nurturing and supporting students while maintaining a strong industry focus, it has been able to build futures and help grow the economy,” explains Prof Denis Harrington, Head of the Department of Graduate Business.

“Congratulations to all the award winners and we hope the scholarship funding will be of assistance to them this year and also in securing employment upon completion of their studies in 2018.”

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