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Institute of Technology Blanchardstown (ITB)

(01) 885 1001
Blanchardstown Road North, Blanchardstown, Dublin, Republic of Ireland

The Institute of Technology Blanchardstown offers those looking to a Masters or PhD a number of postgraduate programmes to bring them closer to their career path.

The Institute of Technology Blanchardstown offers taught and research-based postgraduate courses to Masters and PhD levels. Entry requirements to postgraduate programmes usually include either a first or second class honours primary degree in the appropriate field.

Research activities and communication with industrial and commercial businesses have helped to enhance both the relevance of courses and the career path direction for graduates.

You can visit Postgrad.ie┬áto find ITB’s postgraduate courses and enquire directly to the institute when you find a course of interest.

MBA in Business

This course aims to enable participants to develop advanced core competencies in business, to build on learning and business skills already gained at honours Bachelor of Business Level (or cognate discipline) and to further develop the analytical skills and academic experience of students. The curriculum offers a richness and variety of learning that will ensure…

Computing

The Higher Diploma in Science in Computing is designed to give students a comprehensive understanding with specific abilities in the areas of computing technology and associated best practices, as well as to act as a basis on which to progress to higher studies in computing

Computing

The Higher Diploma in Science in Computing is designed to give students a comprehensive understanding with specific abilities in the areas of computing, information technology and associated best practices, as well as to act as a basis on which to progress to higher studies in computing.

Computing - Applied Data Science & Data Analytics

Information Technology is one of Irelands most important economic sectors, employing approximately 5% of the Irish workforce and accounting for a third of Irish exports (32 billion per annum). The Dublin region has a significant concentration of IT multinationals similar to Silicon Valley and through its successes in the IT sector, Ireland has built an…

Computing - Multimodal Human Language Technology

Information Technology is one of Irelands most important economic sectors, employing approximately 5% of the Irish workforce and accounting for a third of Irish exports (32 billion per annum). The Dublin region has a significant concentration of IT multinationals similar to Silicon Valley and through its successes in the IT sector, Ireland has built an…

Computing - Applied Cyber Security

Information Technology is one of Irelands most important economic sectors, employing approximately 5% of the Irish workforce and accounting for a third of Irish exports (32 billion per annum). The Dublin region has a significant concentration of IT multinationals similar to Silicon Valley and through its successes in the IT sector, Ireland has built an…

Computing - Applied Cyber Security

Information Technology is one of Irelands most important economic sectors, employing approximately 5% of the Irish workforce and accounting for a third of Irish exports (32 billion per annum). The Dublin region has a significant concentration of IT multinationals similar to Silicon Valley and through its successes in the IT sector, Ireland has built an…

Internet of Things Technologies

The Internet of Things (IoT) is about the new connected world, that is fast expanding, based on synergistic integration of Computer Science, Sensor Technology, and Engineering Science and Technology. It concerns the new generation of systems of networked devices that are becoming capable of sensing, transmitting and acting on data, e.g,: wearables, autonomous vehicles, drones,…

Internet of Things Technologies

The Internet of Things (IoT) is about the new connected world, that is fast expanding, based on synergistic integration of Computer Science, Sensor Technology, and Engineering Science and Technology. It concerns the new generation of systems of networked devices that are becoming capable of sensing, transmitting and acting on data, e.g,: wearables, autonomous vehicles, drones,…

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