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Griffith College Dublin

Griffith College Dublin was established in 1974 and has become Ireland’s largest independent third-level college with over 8,000 full-time and part-time students. The College is located in Dublin city centre on a seven-acre campus with campuses in Cork and Limerick.

Postgraduate study

GCD offers postgraduate courses in Computing, Journalism, Business, Accounting and Professional Law. Undergraduate courses are available at degree, diploma and certificate levels in Computing, Business, Accounting & Finance, Law, Design, Fashion, Journalism, Photography, Music, Video Production and Hospitality Management. Griffith’s Corporate Training department offers a range of courses including application and technical IT programmes and professional development courses from Human Resource Management, Marketing, Advertising, Web Design. Griffith College offers Degrees at both Ordinary and Honours level validated by the Irish Government’s validating body HETAC (The Higher Education & Training Awards Council) and by its UK partner, Nottingham Trent University. Griffith College Dublin boasts the largest Law school in Ireland, award winning Journalism & media, Design and Computing schools. Griffith’s Professional Accountancy School holds Platinum status awarded by the ACCA, with locations in Dublin, Drogheda, Naas and Cork.Corporate Training at Griffith College Dublin.

Griffith Corporate Training is part of Griffith College Dublin and offers computer and other specialist training services to corporate clients and private individuals.

Stay at the forefront of IT with our comprehensive range of computer training courses across the spectrum of Information Technology. We have introductory courses for complete beginner’s right through to certified Microsoft Office End User courses and Professional Technical Training courses. We also offer part-time professional courses in Business, Developmental and Arts Programmes.

Choose a time that suits you with a wide range of scheduled day courses, part-time morning and evening courses and tailored courses, with courses commencing throughout the year.

Graduate Business School at Griffith College Dublin

Through its portfolio of programmes in International Business Management, each of which provides a route to the award of an MBA, the Graduate Business School can offer students a contemporary management education and a truly international environment in which to study.

The Graduate Business School offers a dynamic teaching environment characterised by a lecturing team with outstanding industry experience, and an educational setting that promotes and encourages the highest level of academic endeavour.The Graduate Business School has start dates for International Business Management and Accounting and Finance Management in both February and September. The MSc / MBA in Accounting and Finance Management is aimed at students without relevant business experience, but with a primary degree at honours 2:1 level or above, or an appropriate postgraduate qualification, in an accounting or finance discipline.

The Graduate Business School also offers a Tripartite Masters in International Business. The Tripartite MSc may be completed in four semesters. Semester One takes place in Berlin, Semester Two in Dublin, Semester Three in Paris and Semester Four at whichever of the three locations the student wishes to complete their dissertation.

Post Graduate Programmes at Griffith College Dublin

If you are thinking of going back to education and consolidating your CV by up-skilling, Griffith College Dublin offers the following Postgraduate courses commencing in either February or September 2009:

The Graduate Business School:

  • Postgraduate Certificate in International Business Management(NTU)
  • Postgraduate Diploma in International Business Management(NTU/HETAC)
  • MSc in International Business Management(NTU/HETAC)
  • MBA in International Business Management(NTU/HETAC)
  • MSc/MBA in Accounting & Finance Management (NTU)
  • Tripartite Masters in International Business

The Faculty of Computing Science:

  • MSc in Computing Science (HETAC)
  • MSc in Applied Digital Media(HETAC)
  • Higher Diploma in Computing (HETAC)

The Faculty of Media:

  • MSc in Applied Digital Media (HETAC)
  • Higher Diploma in Journalism & Media Communications (HETAC)

The School of Professional Development:

For details on our wide range of short term courses visit www.gcd.ie/corporatetraining.

For further information on courses with February and September start dates across all faculties , please visit www.gcd.ie or www.gcc.ie.

The School of Professional Accountancy

  • ACCA - Association of Chartered Certified Accountants

For further information on courses with February and September start dates across all faculties , please visit www.gcd.ie or www.gcc.ie.

Key information

Contact: Admissions Office
Contact telephone number: 
01 415 0400
Contact fax number: 
01 454 9265