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During  October Ms Serena Bryans visited 4.2 and presented the County & City enterprise Boards Enterprise programme . She returned in December to invite them to enter the Student Enterprise competition . Ms Sarah Bohan will visit the class in January and select 2 mini-companies to go forward to the Dublin finals in March.


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Mr Michael Ward from Citigroup , visited 2.3 Business studies class during Autumn.
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Business Department News
Dominican College
November 2010

STUDENT AWARDS

DCU Junior Certificate Business Studies Awards

The purpose of this award is to give recognition and encouragement to the top 50 students in Dublin city and county who achieve the highest grades in Junior Certificate Business Studies each year . The scheme also aims to assist schools in nurturing the potential of students who demonstrate aptitude for business at Junior Certificate level.
On Tuesday evening December 7th 2010 the winning students, together with their parents and teachers, will be invited to an awards reception at DCU Business School , Glasnevin. In addition prizes will be awarded to the top three performers on the night.
The following students of Dominican College are among the top 50 achievers in Business Studies in the Junior Certificate Examination 2010 in Dublin City & County.
Congratulations & Well Done to:
Nabeeha Moollan
Eleanor O Brien
Aoife Horan
Ciara Dawson

DCU Leaving Certificate Business & Accounting Awards

In recognition of our strong relationship with DCU and building on their long tradition of educating our past pupils at third level - DCUBS has sponsored Awards for two students of Dominican College . The prizes are awarded to the students who achieve the highest mark in the Business or Accounting subjects at Higher Level in the Leaving Certificate Examinations. In order to be considered eligible for the prize, students are required to go on to pursue studies in the business area at third level.
Congratulations & Well Done to:
Niamh Hussey – Business Award
Jennifer O’ Connor – Accounting Award

Both students are now studying business in DCU.
Professor Barbara Flood of DCU will visit the school in the coming weeks to present the students with their certificates and  prizes.

DIT 5th Year Leaving Certificate Course Awards

In order to encourage students to take further studies in the business area ,DIT College of Business Aungier Street has sponsored an award for the top 5th year student performers of Accounting or Business in their Summer Exams in Dominican College.
Congratulations and Well Done to:
Business Class Winners:                                            Accounting Joint Winners:
Meadhbh Murtagh                                                      Emma O’ Donnell
Shauna Walls                                                              Ashling McDonagh
Stephanie Fagan
DIT will visit the school on Monday 15th November to present the students with their certificates and prizes.

TY Business


During TY Mini-Company students are organised into mini-companies.
The students then go through the various stages involved in establishing and running an enterprise of their own..
Forming a company
Generating a Business idea.
Market research
Production
Marketing
Costing & Pricing
Finance
Sales
Evaluation