Springboard+ One-year part-time.
A Level 7 business qualification or a Level 8 qualification in any other discipline or equivalent with relevant work experience. Mature applicants who are over 23 years of age on January 1st (year of entry), may be deemed eligible to take the course depending on their prior learning and work experience, general education standard, motivation, and commitment to the course.
English Language Requirements
Candidates whose first language is not English may be required to sit the Dorset College English Competency Test.
The following meets the entry requirements:
PTE Academic computer-based English language test
PTE test 50 points = IELTS 6.0
Toeic - 700-720 points is a sold 6.0
The Bachelor of Business (Honours) in International Business is a one-year Level 8 qualification awarded by Quality & Qualifications Ireland (QQI)
A combination of module appropriate assessment methods will facilitate the assessment of learning outcomes on the course including group work, presentations and business reports.
QQI Bachelor of Business (Honours) in International Business Level 8
Total Credits: 60 ECTS
Protection of Enrolled Learners
Dorset College Dublin has arrangements in place to ensure the Protection of Enrolled Learners (PEL) in the event of a cessation of programmes by the college.
Stand out in today's challenging job market with a combination of professional business experience and a strong foundation in the subject areas that provide wide opportunities for employment.
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Graduates are eligible to progress to a Master’s Degree in Business or a related area at one of the Universities or Institutes of Technology.
Dorset College continues to adhere to the government’s guidelines on protective measures required to be in place in order to combat the COVID-19. These protective measures mean that our classes might be delivered through a Hybrid model in case of new restrictions being put in place.
Hybrid Learning combines face-to-face instruction with live online learning. In the context of the coronavirus social distancing recommendations, a hybrid model reduces the number of students in the building, by moving some of the course delivery online.