Colleges and Universities Offering Master of Business in International Business in Ireland

  • Course Name: Master of Business in International Business()
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Institutions Offering Master of Business in International Business

  • American College Dublin American College Dublin, Dublin  
    Course entry requirements
    -An honours bachelor degree in a cognate discipline is required. If the applicant has an honours bachelor degree in a non-cognate discipline, it will be necessary for the applicant to complete such bridging modules as the Admissions Office deems necessary in order to achieve the prerequisite intended learning outcomes for participation in the programme. The length of this bridging programme depends on the amount of prerequisite learning outcomes achieved by the applicant, but normally will not exceed duration of one year.

    Applicants whose first language is not English should have an IELTS score of 7.0 (or equivalent).

    (i) Further education students
    -The College accepts students from further education colleges to all of its courses. Students must have gained three distinctions in a cognate area of the degree programme that they wish to study. Students must have a full level 5 or level 6 award and this award may have been taken over a number of years. Students with a FETAC qualification can gain access to both American College Dublin and American College Delaware.

    (ii) Mature student application
    -Mature applicants can apply directly to American College Dublin for the September or January intake. Mature applicants must be 23 years of age on 1 January of the year that they wish to begin their course. Mature applicants must be interviewed by one of the admissions team. All applicants must submit a CV and a personal statement to the College.

    (iii) Other EU applications
    -Every student who has taken examinations in an EU member state is expected to have completed mathematics and English in his or her final year. The only exception to this is students who have completed the A-Levels. These students must have taken mathematics and English for their O-Levels. Please refer the Admissions section for full listings of entry requirements for non-EU students

    Intake: September and January

    Course content:
    (i) Semester 1
    -Cross cultural management
    -International regulatory environment
    -The political economy
    -Designing and conducting research

    (ii) Semester 2
    -International corporate finance
    And two modules from the following:
    -International entrepreneurship
    -Corporate policy
    -International business ethic and corporate governance
    -International strategic marketing

    Semester 3 (summer)

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