BSc (Hons) Business Computing
BSc (Hons) Business Computing
Higher Secondary School
The most popular exams that we receive are outlined below :
If you have completed the International Baccalaureate Diploma, you can apply for all courses in TU Dublin.
Pass Mark: 4 at a standard level where OD3 is required. Minimum Entry Requirements/Matriculation Proof of English proficiency is required in all cases. There may also be specific subject requirements for courses.
N.B. For Mathematics requirements, Mathematical Studies is NOT acceptable (although it can be used as a subject to meet general matriculation requirements of passes in 6 subjects). Where Mathematical Studies is presented, a Leaving Certificate grade or GCSE may be used to meet specific mathematics requirements for entry (but not as a 6th matric subject).
Bonus Points for Maths (International Baccalaureate)
25 additional points will be awarded for a grade 4 or better on higher level Mathematics ONLY. The bonus points will only be relevant where that subject is scored as one of the applicant’s best four subjects for point purposes.
Recognised School-Leaving Qualification(s) Level 6/7 only
the following qualifications may be recognised for admission to Level 6/7 courses in related areas only. They will be scored to a maximum of 400 points:
Like most other countries, Ireland requires candidates from many non-EU countries to have a visa to come and study in Ireland. If you are a citizen of any of the non-EU countries on this list you will need a visa to study in Ireland.
Ireland is not a member of the Schengen Agreement. You will, therefore, still have to apply for an Irish visa even if you have a visa for a Schengen country.
Applicants are advised to apply for their visa as early as possible as it normally takes eight weeks for it to be processed but in busy periods it may take longer than this. All applicants must apply for a visa using the Online Visa Application Facility only.
This programme aims to develop skilled IT professionals with strong software and related skills and a good knowledge of how businesses function.
It combines computer studies, particularly software development, with business subjects. On graduating, you’ll combine technical, business and interpersonal skills regarded as being important to the industry, and that is in constant demand by employers.
The technical skills include a high level of proficiency in Object-Oriented Software Development through Java and Ruby. The Interpersonal Skills, Communication Skills and the Project Management modules along with a work placement will develop your personal effectiveness in the workplace, while business and information systems topics provide a framework for workplace effectiveness. In Year 3, you can choose to go on a work placement or an Erasmus exchange.
On graduating, you may proceed to postgraduate studies leading to the award of MSc, MPhil or PhD at research institutes and universities worldwide.
Technological University Dublin - Grangegorman, Grangegorman Lower, Dublin 7, Ireland