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Ibat College Dublin Ireland. 1) The placement record of MBA pass outs of let us say last two years. Ans The majority of ibat students find employment upon MBA graduation i.e. 90% + 2) Does college organize campus interviews or job fairs or internships through which one can find decent jobs? Ans Yes, we have an annual Careers Fair, where employers come to our campus to meet our students. Also we advertise many jobs on out student Moodle website. 3) Does the curriculum include internship and if yes, is it arranged by the college? Because in many cases this may also be useful in locating good jobs. Ans Internships are neither mandatory nor guaranteed. Why study in Ireland · Known worldwide for a high standard of internationally accredited education · World-class innovative learning across many disciplines · Close industry links · Characterised by creativity, fle1xibility and innovation · Ireland is ‘open for business’, more consistent transparent approach to visa processing with improved processing times Working in Ireland · Students can work up to 20 hours per week part-time while studying and up to 40 hours per week during holiday period · Minimum wage in Ireland - €8.65 · Graduate Visa Scheme allows students to work full-time for up to 12 months on completion of their studies. (Level 7 graduates - 6 months, level 8 & 9 graduates -12 months). Graduates can also apply for a green card/work permit. · Jobs in IT, Management, Accounts and Business Analysis are popular choices for graduates in companies like Accenture, Google, Apple and Microsoft Salary · The average starting salary for a business graduate is €25, 000 · Those holding a post-graduate qualifications can expect to earn over €30, 000 · MBA graduates, combined with their work experience can expect to earn between €40, 000 and €60, 000, depending on the industry · The overall average salary in Ireland is €36, 000
  • 2016-05-02T03:41:07

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