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International Business / Gnó Idirnáisiúnta

Course Title: Bachelor of Business (Honours) in International Business

Holders of an appropriate Ordinary Bachelor Degree in Business in International Business should apply to CAO in the year for which admission is sought.

English Language Requirements:

If English is not your first language you will need to provide evidence of your English language proficiency as detailed on our website.

Do you like business, are extroverted and adventurous, and interested in communicating and engaging with other cultures? Then you should jump at the opportunity to study International Business at home and abroad. The course will provide you with the skills and attributes necessary to succeed in business anywhere in the world, reducing the barriers to travel and opening a world of career opportunities at home and overseas. A wide range of subjects are covered, from economics fundamentals, leadership, business information systems and organisational behaviour to creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship, and intercultural studies. You can also choose European language electives in French, German or Spanish.

IT Requirements

Students on this course will be required to have a medium spec computer/laptop (i.e. able to run Win 10, an AV solution and Office comfortably. It should be able to use Wi-fi and camera in order to attend online classes, and use other software such as SPSS, Adobe Connect; e.g. Latitude 5510; Latitude 5410.

Please search for the TU Dublin offer on the HEA website www.heanet.ie/store

You’ll be able to choose from a host of paths, including;

  • Government agencies
  • International/multinational corporations
  • Management consultancy
  • And a myriad number of business roles in the global economy

Please note, advanced entry is not being offered on this course. 

I had looked into a few other colleges who offer Business with a language, but their modules were not as attractive as those offered at TU Dublin and there was no Erasmus option. Languages are something that I've always been interested in, so the language option and the Erasmus year on the course was what appealed to me. The course has a huge variety of modules, ranging from Economics, Marketing, Business Information Systems and Financial Accounting to a choice of languages. Students also have the opportunity to gain a lot of hands-on skills 

Una Glennon, International Business  

On graduation, you may continue to postgraduate study at TU Dublin or elsewhere.

TU Code



Level 8


Bachelor of Business (Honours)


1 year



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