The UCD Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL) degree enjoys a proud history and an established reputation at home and abroad. The BCL degree allows you to immerse yourself in the study of law, to engage with a range of interesting legal perspectives and to acquire a profound understanding of how law works in theory and in practice.
UCD Law welcomes applications from QQI-FET award holders. You must have a minimum of 5 distinctions to be eligible. If there are more applicants than available places admission will be competitive based on your FET score (see CAO website for details of FET scoring).
Pass in one of the following QQI-FET awards with distinctions (80% or better) in a minimum of 5 modules:
|Level 5 Awards|
|5M2181||Applied Social Studies|
|5M4468||Community Health Services|
|5M2154||Cultural and Heritage Studies|
|5M3114||General Studies / Liberal Arts|
|5M2073||Language and European Studies|
|5M5165||Trade Union Studies|
|5M4732|| Youth Work
|Level 6 Awards|
|6M2007||Early Childhood Care and Education|
|6M2263||Inclusive Education and Training|
|6M3115||Information, Advice and Advocacy|
|6M2218||Social and Vocational Integration|
No specific modules are required so long as you have obtained the award with a minimum of 5 distinctions. In the case of the LFL (Law with French Law) option within DN600, FET applicants, will also be required to hold a Grade H3 in Leaving Certificate French, or equivalent. Without this standard they will not be able to take the LFL option.