Calling all natural leaders: Join the Web Summit MBA Programme

Take ownership of your career at Web Summit. Join our MBA Programme.

If you’re due to graduate in 2016 with an MBA qualification and have between two and five years of commercial experience locally or internationally, we want to hear from you.

If you’re a natural leader, who loves challenges and change and strives in a collaborative environment, we want to hear from you.

If drive and motivation is second nature to you, we especially want to hear from you.

We want to nurture the next generation of graduates into our next generation of leaders and we’re recruiting for our MBA Programme.


At work in our HQ in Tramway House.

We think Web Summit is a pretty great environment in which to work. Take it from Cian Kennedy, General Manager of our fintech conference MoneyConf:

“I did an MBA with a view to moving to a management role in a dynamic, growing company where I could have a direct and visible impact on shaping the company’s future and most importantly where I could grow with the company.

“In this regard, Web Summit is the perfect place to be as it is very much a meritocracy. People who have proven their abilities and who have risen to the occasion are to be found in senior positions across the company.

“Every day is different, throwing up new problems and challenges which we strive to overcome as a team – it makes me want to get out of bed in the morning!”

Our MoneyConf General Manager Cian Kennedy.

Grow into a business leader of tomorrow. Grow with the Web Summit MBA Programme.

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