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Social Sciences

Politics & International Relations

BSc Public Management

4 years

€2083 pa

Programme profile


This programme prepares you for a career as either a policy maker or manager in an organisation that deals with complex, international public issues, such as global warming, trade, peace and security, or human rights. The programme is a very practical, hands-on programme, where you"ll learn by doing. In the first two years, you"ll learn the fundamentals, developing the skills and knowledge you"ll actually need in your career. But you"ll spend quite a lot of your time actually working on team projects, solving problems drawn from real life scenarios.

In the final two years of your programme, you'll have to apply everything you've learned and practiced on a work placement, or job, for a real organisation. So you"ll graduate with two years of experience already behind you. You choose your minors, your work placement and your thesis subject, so you can customize your final two years to your own ambitions and career goals.

In the last two years, specialisations include areas such as [but not limited to]: European Public Management, Globalisation and its new divides Globalisation, Governance and Governments or International Law

Programme content


Year 1: Comparative Politics; Stakeholders in International Organisations; International Law; Human Rights Law; Policy Making Processes; Migration; Project: Migration; Project: HIV-AIDS in Africa; Research Skills

Year 2: Governmental Accounting; Global Sociology; Organisational Management; Human Resources Management; Economics; International Trade; Global Economics & the Environment Project; Human Rights in the Workplace Project; European Institutions; Intercultural Communication

Year 3: Specialisations [see above] ; Financial Management; E-Governance; Project; negotiation Skills; Conflict Resolution Skills

Year 4: Internship; Thesis

Progression


The university offers a related Masters programme, taught through English, in the following area:

- European Policy & Law

Entry Requirements


Two A-Levels and four GCSEs OR relevant BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate including 2 at H4, or relevant QQI/Level 5

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10 October

31 May

Applications from EU students may be considered after 31 May (usually until 1st July, or sometimes later)