For the sixth consecutive year, the J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics at NUI Galway has partnered with local businesses to provide students with the opportunity to learn real-life business through the ‘Innovation, Creativity and Enterprise’(ICE) initiative.  ICE is available to all final year students of Commerce, Business Information Systems, Information Technology and a number of Engineering programmes.   As part of their final year of studies, approximately 400 students are given the opportunity to work together in a multi-disciplinary fashion to innovate in all aspects of business and community enterprise. Leadership, student engagement, societal contribution and commitment are core values within the School’s mission.  We aim to create students with the skills and knowledge to fulfil their lifelong potential in professional, public and entrepreneurial environments.  The ICE module encourages students to be develop confidence in their ability to be ...