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Computing Students at NCI

Become and Employer

Live Industry Projects

Work with Academics and the NCI Careers team to bridge the gap between theory and application by providing students with a live project in areas including marketing, audit and HR. Student groups develop and present a report to employers on completion of their research


NCI has been running successful mentoring programmes for HR students for the past number of years. We would like to give as many students as possible the chance to participate and are keen to expand mentoring to other programme areas – marketing, accounting and computing. Mentors from all sectors, any size of organisation, in any location are invited to get involved.  Through a combination of meetings, emails and telephone conversations, a mentor will provide support to their mentee between January- April of a given year and we estimate mentoring will involve a commitment of about 10 – 15 hours over these 4 months.  Mentors provide advice, guidance and support encouraging students and graduates to explore options, focus thoughts, identify their career goals and develop their job-seeking skills.

Industry Advisory Board

Industrial Advisory Boards are involved in the planning for all of our new and continually evolving degrees and provide opportunities for employers to contribute towards the strategic direction of academic programmes. The boards assist in ensuring that degree programmes reflect current developments and trends, meet skill requirements and ensures course content is shaped from an industry perspective

Industrial Dissertations

The school of Computing welcomes collaboration with employers on research projects/ industrial dissertations in the areas of Cloud Computing and Web Technologies

Professional Education & Training

National College of Ireland’s Professional Education & Training Unit works with companies, sectoral membership bodies and institutes to develop education and training programmes. We are education partners with: Irish Institute of Pensions Management (IIPM), Summit Finuas Network, Irish League of Credit Unions, Irish Life, Laya, McDonalds Restaurants of Ireland, Irish Computer Society and Retail Excellence Ireland. The Professional Education & Training Unit works in collaboration with the Schools of Business & Computing to meet the education and training needs of a diverse range of client organisations. For further information contact Deirdre.giblin@ncirl.ie

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