If you are a non-EU applicant you can apply directly to UCD for entry into the BSc Business. Information about the specific entry requirements for your country and the application process is available at the UCD Global website here.
Please note the BSc Business is currently not available for entry through the CAO.
No. Currently you are not able to apply for BSc Business through the CAO. Non-EU students wishing to apply for the course apply directly to UCD.
No, students wishing to undertake the BSc Business in the Quinn School of Business do not have to have studied business before. For country specific entry requirments please visit the UCD Global website here.
On average there are approximately 12 –18 contact lecture hours per week. There are approximately 2-3 hours of lecturers/tutorials per subject each week. The number of hours per week then depends on the number of modules you are taking.
Outside of this you will be expected partake in personal study, group work, projects and assignments. We would estimate workload (inclusive of lectures) to be around 30-40 hours per week.
The UCD Maths Support Centre is also available for students who might need additional help with maths or quantitative subjects during the academic year. The School has a low dropout rate and we can support students through academic or personal difficulties that you may have.
BSc Business students take 5 Horizon Electives in total and can choose the electives from a languages subject area (depending on availability and timetabling).
Any UCD student taking French via the School of Languages & Literatures (SLL) must have a minimum HC3 in Leaving Cert French (or equivalent). In addition to this SLL have School Language Regulations requiring students to have completed certain French modules to move from one Stage to the next so your student must be careful with the subject she chooses.
However, French is also offered via the UCD Applied Language Centre which may suit better as they often offer classes later in the day than the normal timetable – full details of their courses on their website www.ucd.ie/alc