Working together for high-tech skills

Our partnership with Griffith College

Griffith College is a leading independent college with thousands of students at its campuses in Dublin, Cork and Limerick.

In 2015 we came together to establish the Griffith Innopharma Faculty of Science, which provides graduates with the skills and competencies necessary for a successful career in Ireland's flourishing pharmaceutical and medtech sectors.

The Faculty offers specialist degree and masters courses in:

  • Pharmaceutical Business Operations
  • Pharmaceutical Data Analytics
  • Medical Device Business and Technology

Griffith College Dublin

Griffith Colllege Dublin

Our partnership with TU Dublin-Tallaght Campus 

Established in 1992, TU Dublin - Tallaght Campus is one of the leading higher education institutes in Ireland. Its qualifications are recognised world-wide and provide opportunities for educational and career mobility on a global basis.

Innopharma Education and TUD - Tallaght Campus collaborate on the design and delivery of courses for people who want to progress their careers in the pharma, medical device and food industries. 

Together we offer courses at every level of study, from certificate to degree to masters degree level. Our partnership began in 2009 and in that time over 3000 students have successfully graduated.

TU Dublin

TU Dublin Tallaght

Springboard+

The Springboard+ initiative offers funded courses to people who want to advance their careers in enterprise sectors and gain qualifications that offer strong opportunities for progression.

We have delivered a range of Springboard+ courses – from certificate up to masters degree level focused on the pharma, medtech and food science industries – since 2009.

Over 70% of graduates from our Springboard+ courses have gained employment or advanced in their careers within six months of graduating.

Springboard+ is co-funded by the Government of Ireland and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF programme for employability, inclusion and learning 2014-2020.