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Business & Economics

Business & Management

BA Business Administration

3 years

€890 pa

Programme profile

You are offered a standard learning path throughout this programme, but also the flexibility for you to compose significant elements of your own learning journey. The programme is aimed at equipping you with the core knowledge and skills of international business, including the ethical dimensions of corporations. It will both give you ample opportunities to apply newly acquired knowledge and skills into practice and help you develop new social and communication skills, including languages.

In addition to your formal learning experience, you get a lot of coaching, especially as a first year student. Apart from tutorials, during which extra exercises give you a better understanding, trial exams are organised to measure the progress you've made.

Programme content

Year 1: Psychology; Economic History; Philosophy; Principles of Law; Principles of Managerial Economics; Foreign Language; Scientific Thinking in Economics & Management; Statistical Methods; Mathematical Methods; Principles of Organisational Behaviour ; Financial Accounting; Banks & Stock Exchanges

Year 2: Economic Sociology; Commercial law; Principles of Taxation ; Macroeconomics; Foreign Language; Research methodology; Financial Algebra; Statistical Methods; Mathematical Methods ; Marketing; Financial Statement Analysis; Corporate Law & Accounting; Introduction to Information Systems

Year 3: Social Law; International Economics; European Policy; Foreign Language; Research Project; Statistical Methods; Principles of Human Resource Management; General Management & Corporate Strategy; Management Game; Cross Cultural Competences ; Principles of Management Accounting; Corporate Finance PLUS Elective Specialisations in: Business Information Management; International Business Management; International Relations


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

International Business Economics & Management;
Business Information Management;
International Business Management;
International Relations

Entry Requirements

3 A-levels (grades between A and E) + 3 GCSE (grades between A and C). Subjects to include A-Level Maths

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate including at least two 2 at H4. Subjects to include H4 Maths

Yes: SAT


Yes: Letter of Motivation

01 November

01 June