Irish Universities Preparing Students for Future-Proof Career - See How!

Mrunmayai Bobade
Updated on Feb 28, 2022 09:10 PM IST

Universities in Ireland are taking the lead in this field and setting a new standard in terms of non-traditional courses that use a unique instructional model that sets them apart from other universities in the UK and Europe.

Ireland Universities Preparing Students for Future-Proof Career
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The French novelist Emile Zola, in the late 19th century, quoted, "Travel develops intelligence as nothing else can." Learning while you travel is the perfect way for students to gain a global perspective and expose themselves to different cultures. Providing an alternative academic experience that will provide an opportunity for positive leadership development within the global community is a significant benefit for many students.

Many of the best-known companies in India are changing their learning and development strategies as a result of this opportunity for personal growth and development. In the aftermath of a pandemic, organisations are partnering with universities abroad to give their employees exposure to courses that will prepare them for the future.

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It is the colleges and universities in Ireland that are taking the lead in this field, as they offer non-traditional education via a unique and different instructional model when compared with other colleges and universities in Europe and the UK. The courses are designed with contemporary technology integrated with traditional analogue pedagogy, and cover topics such as financial services, climate crises, next-generation instrumentation in healthcare, HR planning, enterprise management, etc.

The University of Limerick, Ireland and a few tech companies are collaborating to upskill their employees and prepare them for Industry 4.0 and the digital future using new and radically different computer science courses.

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Partnerships between academia and industry are driving innovation in Ireland. As organizations look to add value to their businesses, soft skills are becoming increasingly important. In order to produce innovation and growth in technology, industries and academia must collaborate. Using this process, industries get qualified, job-ready candidates, whereas universities have opportunities to benefit from the knowledge and practical training they gain.

Source: The Economic Times

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