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Business & Economics

Business & Management

BSc Business Administration: International Business

3 years

€2083 pa

Programme profile

This programme caters for students who aspire to a career in international business and prepares them for a job on the international labour market. Just like business itself, the labour market is also moving towards globalisation. In this day and age, companies and organisations need a new type of manager, one trained in the needs and demands of that environment. These managers must operate smoothly and knowledgeably in an international context, where working in international teams with a feel for other cultures is the most natural thing in the world. This programme provides you with a sound training in business studies and at the same time acquaints you with some of the main challenges for managers in international firms

Programme content

Although the programme is strongly rooted in the basic disciplines of business administration, sociology, economics and law, it also concentrates on the management perspective in international contexts. Language training, business skills and a study period abroad are also part of the programme.

International experience is an invaluable step in developing a deeper understanding of the subjects you study. Self development is stimulated by using the small group teaching method for direct application of theory and by helping you to improve your practical skills such as presenting, reporting and teamwork


The university offers related Masters programmes, taught through English, in the following areas:

International Business and Management
International Financial Management Advanced International Business Management & Marketing

Entry Requirements

3 A-levels, including Maths

Leaving Certificate showing at least 6 subjects of which at least 2 are Higher Level subjects (at least Grade H4). Ord Maths usu. accepted




Note: The International Foundation Year

This is a one-year programme, specially designed for international students who do not meet the requirements for direct entry to an undergraduate (Bachelor of Science) degree programme at the Faculty of Economics and Business, and from which they can progress to one of the faculty's undergraduate programmes.

10 October

15 January