DCU – MSc in Electronic Commerce (Business) 2017. Currently working with SAP as Business Analyst in Ireland.
I’ve done my Bachelors in Computer Science at Bangalore and have gained 6 years of work experience.
I chose Ireland for my Masters firstly, its English speaking country in the whole of Europe and it offers one year Masters Course and are generally more cost-effective.
Ireland is known as IT hub and top MNC’s have set up their European headquarter & huge facilities for R&D.
DCU is one of the top-ranked university in Ireland and I was more interested in & fascinated about the course E-Commerce and I found that the course has been awarded the prestigious EPAS accreditation. The course to be very competitive and challenging
The growth of E-Commerce is huge and my goal was to collaborate and be part of a team that introduces innovative business models and technology-driven approaches within the online business industry, this is what led me to pursue Msc in E-Commerce at DCU.Gagan Raghavappa
Ireland is a host of the newly emerging software technologies, which is why I opted to study here. The opportunities for career growth are vast. Ireland provides a good quality of education at a low cost and is one of the safest countries in the world.
Studying at National College of Ireland offered me a wealth of opportunities to enhance my data analytics foundations. The course gave me an in-depth up to date theoretical knowledge but also a practical approach to industry-oriented scenarios. Another reason to select this college was the low cost of education and the scholarship provided. Studying at NCI, being one of the top research-oriented colleges in Europe.
I find that Data Analytics is playing an important role in future of marketing and business decision making. The course also aided me in real-life scenarios such as monitoring my finances and having a better planning process.
During my second semester, I applied for the position of Blockchain Intern from the Deloitte’s career page. The blockchain is one of the latest technologies in the IT industry, and it has a lot of scope for Data Analytics.
After the successful completion of the course and the knowledge I received from Data Storage and Management module helped in clearing the interview and I got the job, and I continue working there even after the completion of the internship and my education.Smriti Verma
NCI – MSc in Data Analytics 2015. Currently working with Eir as MIS Analyst in Ireland.
I chose Ireland to do my masters because it has a booming IT industry. It is also a good place to live and the Irish are very friendly. The education fee is also very cheap when compared to the USA and other countries. I was also largely influenced by movie Leap Year.
I decided I wanted to do Data analytics when I was doing my third year in Undergraduate. I was fascinated by prediction modelling and playing around with data to influence and help business decisions. I chose National College of Ireland as its curriculum was good and the fees were way cheaper.
Job Opportunities in Ireland is very good especially in the Field of IT and MIS. There is a huge demand for Data analysts and scientists too.
As I mentioned, my masters in NCI helped me acquire my skills in Data analytics. You can easily get a job provided you study well in your masters and improve your skills.