Campus Consulting Dublin presents Michelle Crowley

In today’s interview, we are pleased to introduce one of the most recently joined members we have interviewed from the Consulting Society of CCD. Meet other team members in Parts One, Two, Three. Michelle Crowley, who is studying a Higher Diploma in Business, joined Campus Consulting Dublin in January 2021.   “I saw CCD advertised after I joined the College. They immediately caught my eye as I saw that … Continue reading Campus Consulting Dublin presents Michelle Crowley

Campus Consulting Dublin presents Lukas Malmqvist

In this third article about Campus Consulting Dublin, we explore the experience of one of the leaders of CCD, Lukas Malmqvist. See Articles One and Two. Lukas is currently studying for a Bachelor (Hons) Business Management degree at DBS, and he has been working in this Society for two academic years.   Lukas told us that he decided to start this Society because he felt that it … Continue reading Campus Consulting Dublin presents Lukas Malmqvist

Campus Consulting Dublin presents Julia Franczak

In our second article about the DBS Society of Campus Consulting Dublin, we want to present Julia Franczak, student of International Business who has been involved in CCD since September of 2020. See Part One for more information on CCD. Julia joined the consulting society because she liked the idea of working with real organizations. In her opinion, sometimes students learn a good deal of theoretical information about business, but practical aspects are missed … Continue reading Campus Consulting Dublin presents Julia Franczak

Campus Consulting Dublin

There is a well-known range of societies in our college, working with a variety of topics and areas such as music, psychology, sports and so on.  In today’s article, we will look at an important consulting society that is starting to boost inside of DBS, “Campus Consulting Dublin” (CCD). This consulting organisation set off during the beginning of the academic year in 2019/2020 with the … Continue reading Campus Consulting Dublin

Those IT queries

Finding help online Any computer user has run across some issue they don’t immediately understand. Some issues the user can quickly resolve, and others remain a mystery – an obstacle – and a pestilential nuisance in some cases. The more extreme version can be caused by switching from Windows PC to Apple Mac, or vice versa, because you are changing Operating System (OS) and programs … Continue reading Those IT queries

Languages at DBS: Goutham’s Experience

Part Six of our article series from the Language Exchange Society. See Parts One, Two, Three, Four and Five. As we have been learning during the last weeks, there is an impressive number of languages and cultures interacting every day in Irish society. In today’s interview we are glad to present a student from South India, to be more accurate, from Bangalore. The so-called Silicon Valley of … Continue reading Languages at DBS: Goutham’s Experience

Languages at DBS: Yasin’s Experience

Part Five of our highly popular article series from the Language Exchange Society. See Parts One, Two, Three and Four. In today’s article our special guest comes from a transcontinental country, which is located between South-eastern Europe and Western Asia. This country was part of the Ottoman empire, which lasted from the 14th to the early 20th centuries. Do you know which country this is?   Yasin Cayir was born in 1993 in Turkey … Continue reading Languages at DBS: Yasin’s Experience

Web Writing – Part Eight, Covering a Conference

If you can take notes in class, you can cover a United Nations conference. This experience could lead in to journalism or office work, diplomatic or committee secretary posts. You can do this for free, for your own blog or elsewhere, and put it on your CV. I recently attended a virtual conference on marine plastic waste held in Viet Nam by the United Nations … Continue reading Web Writing – Part Eight, Covering a Conference

Languages at DBS: Katie’s Experience

Part Four of our series: see Parts One, Two and Three. In the last 20 years Ireland has become a multilingual country. According to the statistics of the last Census (2016), 13% of the population living in Ireland speaks a different language, apart from English or Irish.   According to an article from RTE Brainstorm, 72 different languages have a number over 500 speakers currently living … Continue reading Languages at DBS: Katie’s Experience

Languages at DBS: Gessica’s Experience

Part Three of our series: see Parts One and Two. In our last article we went through the differences in number of some alphabets in languages like Irish, English, Spanish and German. Today our guest Gessica Ferreira would help us to learn that the Portuguese language had 23 letters until 2009. The letters K – W and Y, were recently included in it. The change was made with … Continue reading Languages at DBS: Gessica’s Experience