Athlone Institute of Technology, Bangor University & Dublin Business School join Tor Rise growing list of partners

Tor Rise Consultancy signs partnership agreement with The Institute of Technology Tralee
October 13, 2017
University of East London and The University of Buckingham on board
November 15, 2017
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TRC are absolutely delighted to have signed a representative agreement with these universities: Athlone Institute of Technology Ireland, Bangor University & Dublin Business School.

AIT (Athlone Institute of Technology Ireland) is located in the heart of Ireland. Home to 6,000 students, AIT offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in business, humanities, engineering and science. The institute is a leader in applied research and innovation. Read on 'Why study at Athlone Institute of Technology?'.

Founded in 1884, Bangor University has a long tradition of academic excellence and a strong focus on the student experience. Around 11,000 students currently study at the University, with 650 teaching staff based within twenty three Academic Schools.

Bangor University is ranked in the top 40 in the UK for research*, according to the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014. The REF recognised that more than three-quarters of Bangor’s research is either world-leading or internationally excellent, ahead of the average for UK universities.

The most recent National Student Survey (NSS) results place Bangor amongst the UK’s top 10 universities for student satisfaction (excluding specialist institutions). Find out more about Bangor.

Dublin Business School (DBS) specialises in the provision of career focused business and law education as well as the delivery of contemporary programmes in the areas of arts, media, social science, humanities and psychology.

One of these innovations is DBS Advantage. DBS Advantage is an initiative which gives students the opportunity to engage in a development programme run parallel to their academic studies that prepares students for the workplace. It has long been recognised that the role of third level is not simply to impart knowledge but to contribute to maintaining a competitive and a ‘smart’ economy, and also to play a valuable part in the holistic development of the person.
Here are reasons why you should study in Ireland.


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