Leaving Certificate Minimum Number of
Minimum Grade in
English OR Irish
On the CAO application, the student applies for TU932 Bachelor of Business (Honours) (General Entry).
Following entry to TU Dublin, the student transfers to the following Level 8 course:
- TU908 Management
(23+) are welcome. Further details at www.tudubin.ie/mature
This programme in Management uses an inter-disciplinary and applied approach in design and delivery. It is underpinned by practical
application of theory and practice related to modern business and its management. This programme allows students to work across a wide
range of industry sectors. Past students have:
- Gained employment in leading organisations such as Google, CitiBank, Coca Cola, Bord na Mona, Primark and AIB.
- Successfully set up and manage their own businesses in a variety of different sectors.
- Worked in a broad spectrum of roles.
- Participated in post graduate study in all third level institutions in Ireland and abroad.
- Graduate Job Titles:
Business Development Executive
- Graduate Employers:
Bank of Ireland
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Ciara Long, Graduate
TU932 Business Management, Level 8
“Business Management allowed me to develop a very broad skill set, including the ability to conduct interviews, be interviewed, confidence
in public speaking, organisation and planning. The content and span of modules helped me to develop the passion for my subject and left me
knowledgeable in a variety of business-related disciplines, e.g. Computer Software, Supply Chain Management, Innovation etc. This was very
appealing to employers and secured me an internship straight out of college, which led to a permeant public sector job in one of Ireland’s
utility companies. This gave me a year of real-world experience which is invaluable to my teaching now.
The people I met while at TU Dublin are friends for life. There is a real sense of community and belonging on campus. It’s the perfect
place for guided education, which will boost your employment opportunities while also allowing for self-discovery. I liked that the
lecturers where friendly, approachable and helpful throughout. The course itself was diverse and included an array of modules helpful to
life in a business and now, as a teacher
I cannot stress enough the sense of community at TU Dublin. As someone who struggled with the transition from post-primary to higher
education TU Dublin was perfect for me. The lecturers where approachable and committed to giving practical education while also supporting
you in whatever way you required”.