Masters of Commerce Scholarship in Strategic Marketing opportunity with the IMDO
The Irish Maritime Development Office in partnership with the Socio‐ Economic Marine Unit (SEMRU) unit of the National University of Ireland, Galway invite applications for a Masters of Commerce Scholarship in Strategic Marketing. The main objective of this project is to deliver a strategic marketing plan for development of the International Shipping Industry in Ireland. This project is timely and will link in to the proposed International Shipping Services Centre, a project envisaged to create a global maritime hub adjacent to the IFSC in Dublin Docklands.
The core output of the research will feed into the overall business development plan of the IMDO.
Details of the project are as follows:
Location: Irish Maritime Development Office (IMDO), Dublin 2
Project Title: Strategic Marketing Plan for the Development of the International Shipping Industry in Ireland.
Academic: Dr. Natasha Evers, Marketing/SEMRU, JE Cairnes School of Business & Economics, NUI Galway
Industry: Ms. Rebecca Wardell, Business Development Manager, Irish Maritime Development Office
Duration: Funded for 2 years Masters by Research full-time with the National University of Ireland, Galway (NUI Galway).
Project description: This position is funded by the Marine Institute under a Cullen Masters Fellowship specializing in Strategic Marketing and is for a 2 year period from January 2016 to January 2018.
Expected start date: January 4th, 2016
How to apply: Please send a supporting letter of application and a current CV, indicating your academic qualifications, research experience and the names of two referees to Dr Natasha Evers via email to Natasha.firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 091 492788
Closing date for applications: Before 5pm, Monday 30th November 2015
Further information on Masters of Commerce Scholarship in Strategic Marketing (Two years full-time) is available on this link.
Further information on the Irish Maritime Development Office is available at www.imdo.ie
Source: IMDO, November 2015