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MSc Students Doing Applied Research for Cork City Council

Posted on: 07 Feb 2018

MSc Students Doing Applied Research for Cork City Council

On Tuesday 6th February,  students from the MSc Economic and Enterprise Development programme at Cork University Business School presented their research to the economic development committee of Cork City Council. 

The students - Atlanta Cotter, Jane Dunne-Terry, Katie O'Neill and Daragh O'Leary - presented their findings on the economic impact of the Heritage Day on the Cork City economy.

The MSc Economic and Enterprise Development programme is aimed at Economics graduates seeking to develop skills from completing applied research projects sponsored by leading businesses and policymakers. Past sponsors have included Logitech Ireland; PM Group; Bord Gais Energy; South Cork Enterprise Office and Science Foundation Ireland.

The students were invited to present last night by Mr Pat Ledwidge, Director of Services at Cork City Council.

For more about the programme see here.