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  • Dublin City University Ollscoil Chathair Bhaile Átha Cliath DUBLIN CITY UNIVERSITY BUSINESS SCHOOL B.A. in European Business Two business degrees! Two different countries! Two work placements! Fluency in a second language! B.A. in European Business (French) CAO Code: DC112 Duration: 4 years Minimum points 2009: 430 Places: 15 B.A. in European Business (German) CAO Code: DC113 Duration: 4 years Minimum points 2009: 360 Places: 15 B.A. in European Business (Spanish) CAO Code: DC114 Duration: 4 years Minimum points 2009: 400 Places: 10 B.A. in European Business (Transatlantic Studies) CAO Code: DC116 Duration: 4 years Minimum points 2009: 505 Places: 10 Special Entry Requirements for this Course: Leaving Certificate Grade C3 at Ordinary Level or Grade D3 at Higher Level in Mathematics PLUS French (DC112): Grade C3 at Higher Level in French; German (DC113): Grade C3 at Higher Level in German; Spanish (DC114): Grade C3 at Higher Level in Spanish Why Study European Business at DCU? n gain two qualifications, awarded by DCU and another top international business school The B.A. in European Business is a unique course combining n benefit from work placements in Ireland and abroad a broad understanding of international business with intercultural experience and work placements. As such, you n combine international studies, language and the study of will gain the necessary knowledge and skills to work in the business subjects. The study of a European language is challenging and diverse world of international business. optional for students on the Transatlantic Studies programme. You will have the opportunity to: n immerse yourself in the social, cultural and academic life of another country alongside students of many nationalities
  • B.A. in European Business (CAO Code: DC112/113/114/116) Course Structure Dual Degree This degree is the only one of its type in Ireland and is a At the end of your four years of study you will graduate unique and exciting way to learn business. Offered with with two qualifications: the B.A. in European Business French (DC112), German (DC113), Spanish (DC114) or from DCU and one from the partner institution: Transatlantic Studies (DC116), the course is full-time n the DESEM (Diplome d’Études Supérieures Européenes over four years. de Management) from Reims Management School You will spend the first two years in DCU (including a four- (French), or month work placement in Ireland) and the final two years n the B.Sc. in International Management from the in the relevant partner institution, where you study through European School of Business, Reutlingen (German), or that country’s language. You will also go on a work n the Graduado Superior en Ciencias Empresariales placement while abroad. Internacionales from the Universidad Pontificia The course is offered in conjunction with our partners Comillas (Spanish), or from the International Partnership of Business Schools: n the Bachelor of Science in International Business from n Reims Management School, France (DC112) Northeastern University (Transatlantic Studies). You may choose at the end of the third year to return to n European School of Business, Reutlingen, Germany DCU to do your final year here. Those who choose this (DC113) option will graduate with a single degree – the B.A. in European Business from DCU. n ICADE at the Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Madrid, Spain (DC114) n Northeastern University, Boston, USA (DC116) A Future Career This degree is designed to develop graduates who will be Business: The main emphasis is on business subjects. future leaders in an increasingly international and diverse Over the four years you will gain an understanding of the business environment. Your immersion in international principles of business especially international business. business, cultural and social practices while studying and In your first two years you will study subjects such as working abroad will help you to excel in today’s global accounting, finance, economics and marketing. On business world. transfer to the partner institution in Year 3, the focus on Graduates from this course are working from Brussels to international business continues and then in Year 4 you Buenos Aires and beyond, specialising in a range of areas have the opportunity to specialise in one of a variety of including general management, finance, marketing, human business areas. resource management, e-business and law. Employers Language and culture: For students on DC112, DC113 and include Adidas, BMW Group, Bank of Ireland Global Markets, DC114 the course includes the study of European political, McKinsey and Company, Nestlé, Nike, Procter and Gamble, cultural and social developments. These are combined with and Universal McCann. the study of French, German or Spanish, which will be the working languages of the final two years of the course. Contact Details Overseas students have the opportunity to learn another For more information go to or contact European language in Years 1 and 2. Students on the the School Office at: tel: +353 (0)1 700 5265 or Transatlantic Studies programme study US history, politics email: and business practice and also have the option to study a second language. What Our Graduates Say “Probably one of the best business courses you could “My two years of study at the ESB Reutlingen in Germany was the most do, blending Irish-American college experiences, fantastic experience. My German improved unbelievably and I have become work placement and, above all, some of the best life a lot more independent. There are also many big companies here, like BMW experiences you will probably ever have. Both DCU and L’Oreal, where you can do your internship. I had the most amazing two and Northeastern are amazing, providing world class years and am so glad I made the decision to go. I am looking forward to levels of education. Would I recommend this course? starting a Masters in International Fashion Marketing shortly, which will Definitely.” hopefully lead me to find my dream job in the fashion industry.” Paul O’Connell Aoife Caffrey European Business Graduate European Business Graduate