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18th Jan 2013

Business on course

A POSTGRADUATE business course at the University of Ulster’s Magee campus has provided a launch pad for an enterprising young businesswoman. 
The Masters in Business Studies (MBS), is helping Anna Ni Bhroin, an Irish language journalist and mum of two young children from Sligo, launch an innovative Irish music and language company.
Anna, whose husband Shane Mitchell is a founder member of the internationally renowned traditional music outfit Dervish, plans to offer a range of Irish courses and classes.
The UU course builds on students’ existing knowledge and skills by introducing the fundamentals of business and management such as organisation theory, business strategy, business improvement, change management and implementation, marketing, leadership, enterprise and innovation, and its application to the business environment.   

A postgraduate business course at the University of Ulster’s Magee campus has provided a launch pad for an enterprising young businesswoman. 

The Masters in Business Studies (MBS), is helping Anna Ni Bhroin, an Irish language journalist and mum of two young children from Sligo, launch an innovative Irish music and language company.

Anna, whose husband Shane Mitchell is a founder member of the internationally renowned traditional music outfit Dervish, plans to offer a range of Irish courses and classes.

The UU course builds on students’ existing knowledge and skills by introducing the fundamentals of business and management such as organisation theory, business strategy, business improvement, change management and implementation, marketing, leadership, enterprise and innovation, and its application to the business environment.   

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