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Securing the support of your employer is a crucial step towards successfully undertaking any MBA programme. The UL MBA is a part-time programme with a defined schedule and structured assignments, which requires significant commitment from you to complete the course. This commitment can only be reached if your employer understands how best to support your goals.

Employer sponsorship of executive education is on the rise globally. Footing the bill for an employee’s MBA represents a sizeable investment but it's one that brings a number of concrete and immediate returns:

1. Gain immediate solutions to current issues

Empowering students with the most current, relevant and applicable knowledge and insights is central to the University of Limerick philosophy for continued education. In the MBA programme, we achieve this by inviting high-calibre industry professionals to be guest speakers, by relating concepts and techniques to students’ current roles and industries, and by engaging students in ongoing analysis of their businesses.