Interested in global business and management and want an internationally recognised qualification and a great career. This course will enhance your employability skills and enable you to build a successful professional career with organisations that trade internationally.
SPRINGBOARD FUNDING - Course starting in January 2020 for Employed with Springboard and Funding for Jobseekers (T&C Apply).
A challenging business programme that will give you a global focus and expose you to key ideas and new thinking that is essential for enterprises that trade internationally.
Obtain the QQI internationally recognised business degree that will set you on your way to a successful business career or progress to a master’s degree.
Maximise your career potential as you grow in confidence learning about international business in a student-centered learning environment.
Learn from friendly and highly qualified industry-experienced academic staff and expert guest lecturers.
Be part of a culturally diverse group of learners from all over the world while unlocking your learning potential with a diverse student community, and fun social programmes.
Applicants must have a level 7 qualification in business or equivalent.
Mature learners who are over 23 years of age may be deemed eligible to take the course depending on their work experience, general education standard, motivation and commitment to the course.
Start Week: 27/01/2020
Easter Break: 13/04/2020-18/04/2020
End Date: 5th September 2020
Exams Week Semester 1: 18/05/2020 to 23/05/2020
Exams Week Semester 2: 07/09/2020 to 12/09/2020
Full-time classes will be scheduled over a maximum of 3-4 days per week depending on electives from 9.00 to 17.00.
Part-time classes are due to be held on a Monday and Wednesday evening each week from 18.15 to 21.30 over two semesters.
Classes can be held in any of our locations which are all within a 10 minute walking distance of the main building 8 Belvedere Place, Dublin 1, D01 EV27.
Work experience (Work Based Learning) is an elective module in Semester 2. Learners taking the module must complete a minimum of 100 hours work experience in a company setting. (subject to demand)