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The UCD College of Business and Law embraces two schools, the UCD School of Business and the UCD School of Law. The UCD School of Business is Ireland’s premier business school and enjoys an international reputation of the highest standards. The UCD School of Business is comprised of an undergraduate school, the UCD Quinn School of Business on the Belfield campus, and the UCD Michael Smurfit School of Business in Blackrock where taught and research postgraduate studies are conducted.
The UCD School of Business consists of six main subject areas: Accountancy; Banking and Finance; Industrial Relations and Human Resources; Management; Management Information Systems; and Marketing.
The UCD School of Law is the largest and most richly diversified law school in Ireland and currently has over 1,000 students. A new building is under construction to facilitate the expansion in postgraduate education. It has a full-time teaching faculty of 30.
UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School
UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School is Ireland’s leading business school and research centre. We offer a wide range of postgraduate business programmes that equip students to become the business leaders of the future. Our success is down to an unwavering commitment to excellence. We are one of less than 50 schools worldwide to hold triple accreditation from the US, Europe and the UK accrediting bodies.
UCD School of Law
UCD School of Law is the leading centre for legal education and research in Ireland, where law has been taught for over 100 years. It is the largest and most diversified law school in the country. Taught by faculty with international reputations in their field, the School has unrivalled breadth and quality of programmes at graduate studies level.
Institute for Criminology
The aims of the Institute for Criminology is as follows:
To achieve these aims by collaborating with national and international organisations, including government departments, other research institutes, the community and voluntary sector.