Niamh Ryan, UCD Business & Law Alumnus wins Irish Tax Institute’s Hunt Scholarship 2015

 

 

 

 

The Irish Tax Institute, Ireland’s only professional body exclusively dedicated to tax, is delighted to announce that the winner of the Hunt Scholarship 2015 is Niamh Ryan, Barrister-at-Law.  Niamh is an alumnus of UCD, having completed a Bachelor of Business and Law in 2014.

The Hunt Scholarship is a wonderful opportunity for recently qualified solicitors and barristers with an interest in tax to win a place on the prestigious CTA (Chartered Tax Adviser) programme. This three-part programme, delivered by lectures, small workshop tutorials and online learning, provides students with deep tax technical knowledge across all areas of tax.

For further details on the Hunt Scholarship, contact Cáit Monagher at cmonagher@taxinstitute.ie or visit http://www.careerintax.ie/getting-started/professionals/

Irish Tax Institute, Hunt Scholarship Award 2015 Winner – Niamh Ryan.
Irish Tax Institute, Hunt Scholarship Award 2015 Winner – Niamh Ryan.

Photograph: Niamh Ryan receiving her Scholarship from Mary Honohan, President of the Irish Tax Institute.

UCD Graduates, would you like a job in the Dept of Foreign Affairs?

 

 

 

 

 

UCD Graduates, would you like a job in the Dept of Foreign Affairs?

Apply here: https://goo.gl/CuYthw

Paid Internship – Conflict Resolution Unit

As set out in the Programme for Government, the Government is committed to developing

Irish engagement in international conflict resolution as an important dimension of Irish

foreign policy. This internship is designed to provide the individual selected with the

opportunity to gain practical experience in policy development and in the work of the

Conflict Resolution Unit of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The internship will

be for a maximum duration of 11 months, commencing on Monday 14 September 2015.

Qualifications/Experience:

 A first or second class honours degree is required, preferably in International Relations,

History, Politics or related discipline

 A strong interest in conflict resolution is desirable, as demonstrated by previous work

experience in this area, specialised studies or academic training

 A postgraduate degree with a focus on conflict resolution and/or peace and security

studies is desirable

 High level of oral and written communication skills are essential

 Good interpersonal, administrative and organisational skills

 Flexibility and capability to work independently and as a member of a team

The role is likely to involve assistance on a variety of tasks and projects in the area of conflict

resolution (as well as the OSCE, Council of Europe, and United Nations as required) including

 research and policy analysis

 drafting of briefing papers and reports on selected thematic issues

 attending and taking notes at meetings

 contributing to the design and planning of conferences and events

 responding to public queries and requests for information

 performance of other related duties to support the ongoing work of the Unit as

Thinking of studying law?

 

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Fancy obtaining a legal qualification while continuing with your current job? Or have you already obtained an approved law degree?

King’s Inns are hosting an open evening on Tuesday 11th March 2014 from 5:30pm-7:30pm.

Why not attend to find out about their diploma in legal studies or their other part-time law courses?

See www.kingsinns.ie  for further details.