The Nimbus Centre, CIT, Bishopstown is the location for our November 2015 business briefing titled:
“CIT and Cork’s Technology Companies: Opportunities for Synergy”
on Wednesday Nov 11th at 6.30pm
Our hosts for the evening are:
Gerard O’Donovan, Head of Faculty of Business & Humanities
Michael Loftus, Head of Faculty of Engineering & Science
The briefing with address the following topics:
- Honest assessment of the quality of links that exist today
- Ideas around how stronger & more beneficial links can be forged
- What would the characteristics of good co-operation look like?
- What does CIT offer?
- What would CIT like to get from industry?
- Types of links: co-op placement; graduate placement; work-experience; guest lecturers; sponsorship of CIT activities/labs/buildings etc.
- New course development in line with industry requirements
After the presentations, there will be a networking opportunity with light refreshments served.
The CEIA would like to thank Gerard & Michael plus their team at CIT/Nimbus for affording the time to talk with us and for hosting the event on site.
To register please contact us by Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To get directions, please go to Nimbus Centre page on Google Places.