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Mercury’s second-year graduates virtually begin classes with Irish Management Institute

Author: Cormac Byrne  /  14th Sep, 2020  /  News, Announcements & Press

This morning, Mercury’s second-year graduates (class of 2019-21) began their graduate week virtually with the Irish Management Institute (IMI).

From Monday 14th to Friday 18th of September, Mercury’s second year graduate cohort are taking part in a week of specialist training with the IMI virtually through Zoom.

This follows on from a successful first year on Mercury’s graduate programme.

The training sessions are being led by a number of specialist multidisciplinary lecturers and cover a wide variety of areas.

This is the first time Mercury’s GradIreland Award shortlisted Graduate Programme is taking place online, in order to adapt to the current restrictions on travel due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Last week, our first year cohort began their virtual training after Mercury recently expanded its graduate programme to 55 people in 2020, our largest intake to date despite the challenges posed by Covid-19.

At Mercury, we are committed to developing our graduate programme to provide the next generation of leaders.

Achieve Incredible Things – Our Graduate Programme

At Mercury, we are committed to recruiting the best people and developing them to become the leaders of tomorrow. We continue to develop and innovate our graduate programme to provide the next generation of leaders the best experience we possibly can. We will be accepting applications for our Graduate Programme 2021-2023 in the coming months. Read more about our graduate programme below.

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