Welcome to Ireland, Dublin, and TU Dublin’s Faculty of Business programme for students from our partner universities around the globe. We are proud of our long-established programme where over 2,000 students have studied with us and, in turn our students have been hosted at your university. Globally-minded graduates are in demand and our programme will allow you to immerse yourself in the one of Ireland’s largest Business Schools, known for its’ practice-based, research-informed cutting-edge teaching and learning, all in the heart of one of Europe’s best capital cities.

Your Study Abroad Programme Location

Located downtown, in the Faculty’s Aungier Street Campus, you will join 4,000 students at all levels following programmes of study in every major business discipline. Our 25,000 square metre campus offers you excellent facilities with a central location, close to all the action that Ireland’s capital city can offer. Our students and staff will welcome you to a unique learning environment, characterised by high quality, interactive and innovative programmes of study. 

Application and Nomination Process

To study with Technological University Dublin ( TU Dublin)  as an Erasmus or exchange student for a full academic year or one semester, your home university must already have an inter- institutional agreement (IIA) with TU Dublin, signed in the subject area you wish to study while here, and you must then be nominated by your home University.

All details relating to your nomination is available on Incoming Erasmus+ and Exchange Students

Key Dates

TU Dublin Study Abroad Programme Structure

TU Dublin undergraduate degrees are based on 3 or 4 year programmes of study. Students take a planned set of core and optional modules on a year by year basis. Unlike other countries, an Irish student has a defined path of study set out from the start. Each programme is managed as a coherent offering by a discipline-based School within the Faculty. Full-time students are required to study 60 European credits (ECTS) per year (30 per semester).

As a Study Abroad student, you can choose from across programmes and levels of study to achieve your study plan. As programmes are managed separately you will need to work with our local coordinator and the different schools to finalise your programme of study. Modules are usually 5 or 10 ECTS credits and are delivered over a single semester or over two semesters. Please note that if a module is over one semester, this module is not repeated in the same academic year.

There are over 300 modules on offer to you as a visiting student. Detailed information on the modules available is found on the links below. You should develop a ‘short list’ based on the areas you wish to study and the level appropriate to you.

Schools and Programmes

The Study Abroad programme is drawn from the Faculty’s undergraduate portfolio. Not all modules or stages are available to visiting students. However, the range, specialism and choice is vast. Only the following programmes are available to you.

TU Code Title  


Business Management

2 year Higher Certificate Programme


Business and Finance

2 year Higher Certificate Programme



2 year Higher Certificate Programme


Retail Management and Marketing

2 year Higher Certificate Programme


Business and Management

4 year Honours Degree Programme


Business and Law

4 year Honours Degree Programme


Economics and Finance

3 year Honours Degree Programme


Human Resource Management

4 year Honours Degree Programme


Logistics and Supply Chain Management

4 year Honours Degree Programme



3 year Honours Degree Programme


Business Analytics

4 year Honours Degree Programme


Business Computing

4 year Honours Degree Programme



4 year Honours Degree Programme


E-Commerce in Retailing

4 year Honours Degree Programme


Retail and Services Management

4 year Honours Degree Programme

Module Selection and Approval

The links below provide all you need to make your selection. Each School in the faculty offers tailored programmes focused on specific business disciplines for full-time students. The file provides you with a searchable listing by programme or module and details which semester the module is offered in (semester 1 is September to December, semester 2 is February to May).

Contact Us

TU Dublin Faculty of Business City Campus Aungier Street – Elaine Metcalfe, Study Abroad Co-ordinator

E: elaine.metcalfe@tudublin.ie

T: +35312207779

TU Dublin International Office – for general queries on all things International:
E: erasmus@tudublin.ie

Living in Dublin

Please see the helpful information on the link below about Accommodation and living costs in Dublin.