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Business & Economics

Business & Management

BA [Hons] Business Studies

3 years

€9900 pa

Programme profile

This programme prepares students for international business careers by combining a good theoretical understanding of key business concepts with a rigorous practical approach: assessments and internships are key components of the programme.

At each stage, students can choose to progress to the next year of their studies at GBCM or graduate with an internationally recognised qualification.

This option to graduate after years one and two provides flexibility for those students who may not want to commit initially to a three year degree programme or who may want to take time out to work during their studies. In addition, the programme is ideal for those who may want to study for a certain period in Munich and then continue their Bachelor studies elsewhere (credits from the first two years of the programme can be transferred to selected colleges in over 30 countries world wide).

Note: Fees in Years 2 and 3 increase to Eur 11,900 pa

Programme content

In Year One students gain an understanding of key business areas such as marketing, finance, accounting, management, research and law. Courses are conducted on a full time basis over two semesters. Upon successful completion, students are awarded a Higher National Certificate in Business which is accredited by Edexcel.

In the Second Year, students broaden their business knowledge by studying diverse subjects such as marketing planning, operations, entrepreneurship, management accounting, and Human Resources Management. Upon successful completion of year two, students are awarded a Higher National Diploma in Business (accredited by Edexcel).

In the Third Year, students explore areas such as strategic finance, international marketing, international HRM, business planning and business strategy. Upon successful completion of the programme, students are awarded a BA (Hons) in Business Studies by Griffith College Dublin, accredited by HETAC (the Irish national accreditation body)

Entry Requirements

Three A-Levels and Three GCSEs

Six passes at Leaving Certificate, inc two at H5



Yes: Admissions Essay

31 August