Dublin City University

Introduction
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Dublin City University – Ireland’s University of Enterprise

Dublin City University (DCU) is a young, dynamic and ambitious university, celebrated for being cutting edge and forward thinking. We work closely with industry to give students a modern, relevant, well-researched curriculum delivered in world-class facilities. We are noted for having an entrepreneurial, innovative and creative culture. We are renowned for our excellent employability statistics and the success of our graduates.

DCU is recognised internationally as a research intensive, globally-engaged University of Enterprise that is distinguished both by the quality and impact of its graduates and its focus on the translation of knowledge into societal and economic benefit.

Why choose Dublin City University?

  • DCU is currently ranked 46 in the QS Top 50 Under 50 Ranking (2015) and 79 in the Times Higher Education 150 Under 50 Ranking (2016)
  • In 2016, the Business School gained AACSB accreditation, putting it into the top 5% of business schools globally
  • DCU has the best graduate employability record of all Irish universities - 92% of DCU students go into work or further study within six months of graduating.
  • We have an excellent reputation for work based learning and connection to industry.
  • DCU qualifications are recognised and respected worldwide. A DCU qualification gives you a wider choice of career paths, better employment prospects and a higher salary.
  • DCU is home to several world renowned research centres and a reputation for world leading research, providing a home to a large number of PhD students.
  • DCU is home to over 2,000 international students from more than 110 different countries.
  • We pride ourselves on offering a welcoming and supportive environment in which to study and socialise.
  • Our 85 acre campus is one of the safest campuses in Ireland. It features bright modern architecture and fantastic facilities.
  • Our International Office team have many years of experience in supporting students through the application process and are here to help when you arrive on campus.
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Key Facts

  • Start date – September
  • Duration – 3 or 4 years (Undergraduate Degrees) 1 year (postgraduate taught degrees)
  • Entry requirements – School leaving qualification equivalent to Irish leaving certificate / Honours degree from recognised University
  • English requirements – IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 92
  • Location – Dublin City
  • International fees - from €12,000 per year

Why Study in Ireland?

Ireland is the most westerly country of the European Union with a population of just over 4.5 million people. Contemporary Ireland is multicultural and multilingual and one of the most open economies in the world. Ireland a safe, friendly English-speaking country. Proof of this is that Dublin has been voted the world's second friendliest city by readers of Rough Guides, and the world's fifth friendliest city by readers of Condé Nast Traveller. Ireland has also been named one of the top 10 friendliest countries in the world by Lonely Planet.

STUDY in one of the best education systems in the world for Higher Education Achievements
BENEFIT from Ireland's investment in the education system
CHOOSE from over 5000 internationally recognised qualifications
ACCESS world-class research opportunities in world-leading programmes
CONNECT with career opportunities with leading global companies located in Ireland
ACHIEVE your ambitions in Europe's most entrepreneurial country
JOIN the 35,000 international students from 161 countries enjoying Ireland's vibrant culture
LIVE in the only English speaking country in the Eurozone
EXPERIENCE living in one of the friendliest and safest countries in the world

Graduate Working Visa

Ireland is the European hub to over 1,000 leading multinational companies and these companies require a skilled, educated and highly capable workforce to drive their success chose to locate in Ireland. Students who complete a recognised, full time higher education degree in Ireland are entitled to remain in the country and work full time for 12 months under the Third Level Graduate Scheme – giving you a fantastic opportunity to gain experience at some of the top global companies located here.

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Master

MEng in Electronic Systems

Campus Full time September 2017 Ireland Dublin

This one year, full time Masters programme is designed to deepen students’ understanding on electronic systems. If you are ambitious, want to stay abreast of new developments, wish to enhance your qualifications, are prepared to commit time to personal development and yet have limited opportunity for on-campus attendance, then this programme structure is designed for you. You can take courses remotely over the WEB - the distance learning option, attend lectures on-campus, or mix and match combining on-campus and distance learning to suit your particular circumstances. [+]

Introduction This one year, full time Masters programme is designed to deepen students’ understanding on electronic systems. If you are ambitious, want to stay abreast of new developments, wish to enhance your qualifications, are prepared to commit time to personal development and yet have limited opportunity for on-campus attendance, then this programme structure is designed for you. You can take courses remotely over the WEB - the distance learning option, attend lectures on-campus, or mix and match combining on-campus and distance learning to suit your particular circumstances. Who is eligible? To apply for this programme you must have a good honours degree in Electronic/Electrical Engineering, Applied Physics, Computer Sciences or other Engineering disciplines. Candidates whose first language is not English will be required to submit evidence of an English Language qualification. For more information on entry requirements please consult our website. Choice of Majors Internet of Things - This innovative Major addresses the emergent significance of the design and networking of Internet-connected embedded devices and technologies. The Major will provide graduates with knowledge, skills and competencies in the areas of real-time signal processing, data analysis and machine learning, connected embedded systems and network programming. At the forefront of current and future electronic and computer engineering developments, this Major offers a unique opportunity in the area of IoT. Nanotechnology - The aim of this Major is to deliver leaders in nanoelectronics, high-level logic synthesis and photonics - strong interdisciplinary sectors with huge growth. This Major focuses on the skills and knowledge required to produce functional electronic and photonic devices and constituent structures of nanometre dimensions. It will also provide graduates with expertise in modern semiconductor manufacturing practices, methodologies and technologies. Image Processing and Analysis - The growth of applications in manufacturing, biomedicine, media, ICT and the life sciences is creating a strong demand for graduates in the Image Processing & Analysis field. This Major will prepare graduates to specialise in the areas of image processing and analysis, computer & machine vision, biomedical imaging and image synthesis techniques. Structure The MEng in Electronic Systems is designed to be completed in one calendar year of full-time study. It consists of two (full-time) taught semesters, followed by a practical project, completed between May and early September. The next intake for this programme will be September 2017. DCU offers a number of scholarships to international students each year. To be eligible to apply for a scholarship from DCU you must first apply to and receive an offer for a DCU Masters programme. Apply online for September 2017 entry at www.pac.ie/dcu using the PAC code DC800 [-]

MEng in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

Campus Full time September 2017 Ireland Dublin

This Masters programme allows students to specialise in the widely established area of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering or to widen their knowledge from their undergraduate studies. [+]

Introduction This Masters programme allows students to specialise in the widely established area of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering or to widen their knowledge from their undergraduate studies. It enables graduates to apply their knowledge using computer–based technology to solve mechanical and manufacturing engineering problems. This programme introduces the use of advanced Computer Aided Engineering tools and, by experiencing these advanced techniques and software, the graduate will gain a vital edge. It allows the candidate to keep up with the rapidly changing manufacturing and design sectors. In addition, students can opt for a specialist Major in Sustainable Systems/Energy, or Biomedical Engineering. Who is eligible? To apply for this programme candidates must have an Honours degree in Mechanical and/or Manufacturing Engineering. Candidates whose first language is not English will be required to submit evidence of an English Language qualification. For more information on entry requirements please consult our website. Choice of Majors Sustainable Systems/Energy - There is a growing international market for Engineers in sustainable energy and development, eco– innovation, resource efficiency and clean–tech sectors. There are lots of career opportunities in the growing fields of Energy/Renewable Energy (wind, wave, solar, biomass etc.); a national priority area for Ireland. Biomedical Engineering - This discipline integrates the necessary aspects of biology and medicine with the technical engineering aspects required to engineer medical devices. The world of medicine is evolving and expanding rapidly, with new treatments and new diseases appearing all the time. As Ireland is a major player in Bioengineering, this Major provides graduates with specialisms required by industry. Structure The MEng in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering is designed to be completed in one calendar year of full-time study. It consists of two (full-time) taught semesters, followed by a practical project, completed between May and early September. The next intake for this programme will be September 2017. DCU offers a number of scholarships to international students each year. To be eligible to apply for a scholarship from DCU you must first apply to and receive an offer for a DCU Masters programme. Apply online for September 2017 entry at www.pac.ie/dcu using the PAC code DC814 [-]

MSc

MSc in Computing

Campus Full time September 2017 Ireland Dublin

The M.Sc. in Computing offers a choice of Majors, designed to equip graduates with a range of cutting edge skills, which enable them to produce high quality software and systems that deliver solutions to business and the economy. [+]

The M.Sc. in Computing offers a choice of Majors, designed to equip graduates with a range of cutting edge skills, which enable them to produce high quality software and systems that deliver solutions to business and the economy. Exposed to the latest ideas and best industry practice, students gain the opportunity to hone analytical, creative and critical faculties, as well as acquire novel techniques and experience. The importance of a developed awareness of the professional responsibilities, required in the software engineering profession, is also emphasised. Graduates from the programme will be well positioned to advance their careers in a fast changing industry. Who is eligible? To be eligible to apply to this programme you must hold a degree in Computer Science, Computing, Computer Applications or a related discipline with a result equivalent to a Second Class Honours Degree (Ireland). Candidates with significant experience in the software development sectors, in addition to an Honours primary degree in some other discipline, may also be considered for entry. Candidates whose first language is not English will be required to submit evidence of an English Language qualification. For more information on entry requirements please consult our website. Choice of Majors Cloud Computing – provides students with a comprehensive knowledge and skills in international priority areas such as cloud architecture, cloud security, data mining and networks. The programme gives students the flexibility to select additional options, and to specialise in their chosen area by completing a substantial technical cloud research project. This programme will provide skilled, technology aware experts to meet the growing national needs in Cloud Computing technologies, with the ability to deploy solutions that leverage the technical and economic advantages of cloud computing. IBM is the DCU Strategic Enterprise Partner for the MCM(Cloud) programme. Software Engineering - This programme aims to equip software engineering professionals with additional cutting-edge skills to produce high quality software and systems that deliver value to business and the economy. Programme participants also have the opportunity to broaden their knowledge base by selecting options, which enhance their appreciation of the latest ideas and enable them to advance and diversify their carer in a fast-changing industry. Security & Forensic Computing – in recent years, technologically-competent criminals have increasingly exploited new technologies in the commission of crime. Investigation of such crime has led to emergence of a key specialisation, termed “forensic computing”, which involves detection, storage, analysis and exhibition of digital evidence in a legally admissible manner. This major equips graduates to carry out this sophisticated technical work, while also exploring effective methods to assist in the prevention of such crime. Data Analytics - technologies such as the internet, sensor nets, social media and cloud computing are generating quintillion bytes of data per day, from which gems of knowledge can be extracted to improve processes and generate value. This major, delivered in conjunction with leading industry players, builds on the School’s long-term expertise in DA (ModSci Group), as well as its recent participation in the SFI-funded centre (INSIGHT), and aims to provide students with a deep understanding of the issues, techniques and tools, required to examine large amounts of raw data and extract meaningful information. Students are introduced to the challenges of dealing with large heterogeneous data sources and with the scientific methods to extract actionable knowledge from these. Structure The M.Sc. in Computing, (with Major), is designed to be completed in one calendar year of full-time study. It consists of two (full-time) taught semesters, followed by a practical project, completed between May and early September. The next intake for this programme will be September 2017. DCU offers a number of scholarships to international students each year. To be eligible to apply for a scholarship from DCU you must first apply to and receive an offer for a DCU Masters programme. Apply online for September 2017 entry at www.pac.ie/dcu using the PAC code DC836 [-]

MSc in Finance

Campus Full time September 2017 Ireland Dublin

This one-year Masters programme is designed to produce the kind of professionals in greatest demand in the financial industry. It does so by fostering analytical and decision making skills and helping you build a set of rigorous competences in financial subjects. You will be exposed to first-class specialist education in financial subjects, develop your quantitative skills, and have the opportunity to learn the latest econometrics and data analysis techniques, which are becoming extremely important for a successful career in the financial industry. [+]

Introduction Study within the DCU Business School – AACSB accredited in 2016, putting it in the top 5% of business schools worldwide. This one-year Masters programme is designed to produce the kind of professionals in greatest demand in the financial industry. It does so by fostering analytical and decision making skills and helping you build a set of rigorous competences in financial subjects. You will be exposed to first-class specialist education in financial subjects, develop your quantitative skills, and have the opportunity to learn the latest econometrics and data analysis techniques, which are becoming extremely important for a successful career in the financial industry. Who is eligible? To apply for this programme you must have an honours degree (or international equivalent) in a Business-related discipline including economics: OR An honours degree (or international equivalent) in a discipline, other than business, which has a high analytical and quantitative content, such as mathematics, statistics, computing or engineering: OR An honours degree (or international equivalent) in any discipline *and* suitable evidence of high analytical and quantitative reasoning skills, as demonstrated by, for example, a GMAT, GRE score in the top 20% range or a high grade in leaving certificate maths Candidates whose first language is not English will be required to submit evidence of an English Language qualification. For more information on entry requirements please consult our website. Choice of Majors Capital Markets - designed to equip graduates for challenging but rewarding careers at the forefront of the financial industry, especially in investment banking, asset management and corporate finance. It does so by fostering analytical and decision making skills and helping students build a set of rigorous competences in financial subjects. Students opting for this stream of the programme will be exposed to first-class specialist education in investment analysis and treasury and investment management; Risk Management - designed to produce graduates able to take on the demanding role of risk managers and to generate value for their firms by promoting and practicing a culture of risk-awareness and efficient risk-taking. This is a type of professional in great and fast growing demand in the financial industry. Students opting for this stream of the programme will be exposed to first-class specialist education in risk modelling and capital management and to the latest thinking in enterprise-wide risk management. The structure and course content of this stream is designed to prepare graduates for the FRM (Financial Risk Manager) GARP examination. Energy Finance - builds on our acknowledged expertise in this area, including through being the first university in Ireland to offer an MSc in Sustainable Energy Finance. Graduates will be able to demonstrate a wide range of expertise in the energy finance industry, a sector of rapid expansion internationally. Topics include modelling energy price risk, energy markets risk management, and sustainable energy finance. Structure The MSc in Finance is designed to be completed in one calendar year of full-time study. It consists of two (full-time) taught semesters, followed by a practical project, completed between May and early September. The next intake for this programme will be September 2017. DCU offers a number of scholarships to international students each year. To be eligible to apply for a scholarship from DCU you must first apply to and receive an offer for a DCU Masters programme. Apply online for September 2017 entry at www.pac.ie/dcu using the PAC code DC511 [-]

MSc in Human Resource Management

Campus Full time September 2017 Ireland Dublin

The innovative and distinguishing features of the Masters programme are its focus on international elements of management, its emphasis on enhancing leadership capability and the importance given to building professional competencies through skills workshops. This postgraduate programme is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) which is the leading professional body in HRM. Graduates who successfully complete the programme qualify for graduate membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (CIPD). [+]

Introduction The innovative and distinguishing features of the Masters programme are its focus on international elements of management, its emphasis on enhancing leadership capability and the importance given to building professional competencies through skills workshops. This postgraduate programme is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) which is the leading professional body in HRM. Graduates who successfully complete the programme qualify for graduate membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (CIPD). Who is eligible? To apply for this programme you must have: An honours grade 1 degree (or international equivalent) in a Business discipline OR An honours grade 1 honours degree (or international equivalent) in a non-Business discipline OR Professional qualifications in Human Resource Management coupled with significant relevant professional experience. Candidates whose first language is not English will be required to submit evidence of an English Language qualification. For more information on entry requirements please consult our website. Programme Content Modules on the MSc in Human Resource Management include: Leadership & Career Development People Management & Development International Employee Relations Managing Employee Performance & Reward Organisational Change & Transition International HRM The programme employs lectures, case studies, seminars, projects and presentations. There is a strong focus on leadership and personal and career development within the programme, as well as an emphasis on teamworking, communication skills, problem-solving, and the application of theory to the practice of HRM and industrial relations. Assessment is based on assignments and end of semester examinations. Structure The MSc in Human Resource Management is designed to be completed in one calendar year of full-time study. It consists of two (full-time) taught semesters, followed by a practical project, completed between May and early September. The next intake for this programme will be September 2017. DCU offers a number of scholarships to international students each year. To be eligible to apply for a scholarship from DCU you must first apply to and receive an offer for a DCU Masters programme. Apply online for September 2017 entry at www.pac.ie/dcu using the PAC code DC632 [-]

MSc in Management (Business)

Campus Full time September 2017 Ireland Dublin

This Masters is the leading graduate programme of its kind in Ireland. The MSc in Management (Business), is designed for people who do not have an undergraduate degree in management or business, but who would like to have a thorough preparation for a career in managing a business. [+]

Introduction Study within the DCU Business School – AACSB accredited in 2016, putting it in the top 5% of business schools worldwide. This Masters is the leading graduate programme of its kind in Ireland. The MSc in Management (Business), is designed for people who do not have an undergraduate degree in management or business, but who would like to have a thorough preparation for a career in managing a business. It is a busy and intensive programme which runs for 12 months commencing in September. People taking this programme typically wish to complement their undergraduate degree with a business qualification at masters level, or would like to convert from their original undergraduate discipline and gain business acumen at a masters-level. We do not assume any prior knowledge of the modules or topics covered. We also offer the MSc in Management (Strategy) for candidates who hold an undergraduate degree in a business related discipline, along with a MSc in Human Resource Management, MSc in Digital Marketing, MSc in Finance and an MSc in Electronic Commerce. Who is eligible? A second class honours grade 1 degree in a discipline other than Business, or an equivalent international qualification. If you have achieved a second class honours grade 2 honours degree in a non-Business discipline, you may still obtain a place. This will depend on the availability of places. You may be invited for interview. Programme Content Modules on this programme include: Accounting Economics Marketing Business Process Innovation Consulting Skills Finance Dissertation/Practicum The Practicum module is taken over the summer months, where you will work with a client organisation to solve a real-world problem or to exploit a real-world opportunity. Projects are sourced from DCU's research centres, corporate clients, or may be based on students' own insights and ideas. Previous companies include Microsoft, Enterprise-Rent-A-Car, 11890 and Blue Insurances. This is a great opportunity to apply all the learning that you will do over the year to a real-world case and will be a great asset on your CV upon graduation. Structure The MSc in Management (Business) is designed to be completed in one calendar year of full-time study. It consists of two (full-time) taught semesters, followed by a practical project, completed between May and early September. The next intake for this programme will be September 2017. DCU offers a number of scholarships to international students each year. To be eligible to apply for a scholarship from DCU you must first apply to and receive an offer for a DCU Masters programme. Apply online for September 2017 entry at www.pac.ie/dcu using the PAC code DC510 [-]

MA

MA in International Relations

Campus Full time September 2017 Ireland Dublin

Contemporary international relations impact on our lives in realms such as international politics, human rights, the economy, communications and trade. This degree offers a broad interdisciplinary introduction to this subject. It explores the concepts, forces and processes underpinning international relations, looking at the role of powerful states and international organisations, legal frameworks, foreign policy, and the international political economy. Students come from all corners of the globe and are both recent undergraduates and those already immersed in the field (NGOs, teachers), who want to further their professional development. [+]

Introduction Contemporary international relations impact on our lives in realms such as international politics, human rights, the economy, communications and trade. This degree offers a broad interdisciplinary introduction to this subject. It explores the concepts, forces and processes underpinning international relations, looking at the role of powerful states and international organisations, legal frameworks, foreign policy, and the international political economy. Students come from all corners of the globe and are both recent undergraduates and those already immersed in the field (NGOs, teachers), who want to further their professional development. The programme is suitable for students from a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds, from politics, law and languages, to history, business and sciences. Who is eligible? To apply for the MA in International Relations candidates should have an honours primary degree or equivalent. Appropriate combinations of professional qualifications and experience may be accepted as equivalent to an honours degree, in accordance with the relevant regulations of the University. Candidates whose first language is not English will be required to submit evidence of an English Language qualification. For more information on entry requirements please consult our website. Programme Content Modules taught on this programme include: Principles of Public International Law International Political Economy International Human Rights Law Irish Foreign Policy Political Terrorism Politics of the UN India: The Politics of an Emerging Economy Politics of the Middle East and North Africa Structure The MA in International Relations is designed to be completed in one calendar year of full-time study. It consists of two (full-time) taught semesters, followed by a practical project, completed between May and early September. The next intake for this programme will be September 2017. DCU offers a number of scholarships to international students each year. To be eligible to apply for a scholarship from DCU you must first apply to and receive an offer for a DCU Masters programme. Apply online for September 2017 entry at www.pac.ie/dcu using the PAC code DC608 [-]

MA in Journalism

Campus Full time September 2017 Ireland Dublin

The Masters in Journalism at DCU provides wide-ranging training and education for those interested in the profession of journalism and related fields. It balances practical, theoretical, technical and analytical elements to address the changing media environment and the new, and increasingly diverse, demands being made on entrants to journalism. Upon completion you will have the in-depth knowledge and aptitude to pursue a successful journalism career. [+]

Introduction The Masters in Journalism at DCU provides wide-ranging training and education for those interested in the profession of journalism and related fields. It balances practical, theoretical, technical and analytical elements to address the changing media environment and the new, and increasingly diverse, demands being made on entrants to journalism. Upon completion you will have the in-depth knowledge and aptitude to pursue a successful journalism career. Who is eligible? Up to 25 places are offered at each annual intake to the programme. To be considered for admission, applicants must have, at minimum, an upper second class honours degree (or international equivalent). Places also may be made available for candidates who have relevant professional experience. Candidates whose first language is not English will be required to submit evidence of an English Language qualification. For more information on entry requirements please consult our website. Candidates should note that entry to the programme is competitive, and the selection process includes shortlisting of candidates for interview on dates designated by the University. Programme Content This one year, full-time programme consists of taught courses for two semesters, with a project or dissertation and a trainee placement over the summer period. The project/dissertation is a major piece of academic media research, focused on journalism or a major journalistic project. All students receive training in print, online and broadcast journalism. Modules are marked, in part or in whole, by continuous assessment, namely essays, simulated newsroom exercises, preparation of features and news stories, online activities and seminar presentations. Examinations and in-class tests are also set in some modules. You are required to take part in the INTRA programme, which provides a placement with a media organisation during the summer period. Satisfactory completion of the placement, including submission of a work report, is a prerequisite for the award of this graduate degree. Modules taught on this programme include: News Reporting Radio Journalism Media Law Television Journalism Feature Writing Communication Ethics Structure The MA in Journalism is designed to be completed in one calendar year of full-time study. It consists of two (full-time) taught semesters, followed by a practical project, completed between May and early September. The next intake for this programme will be September 2017. DCU offers a number of scholarships to international students each year. To be eligible to apply for a scholarship from DCU you must first apply to and receive an offer for a DCU Masters programme. Apply online for September 2017 entry at www.pac.ie/dcu using the PAC code DC600 [-]

MA in Social Media Communications

Campus Full time September 2017 Ireland Dublin

How are social media linked to the economy? What role do they play in politics? How different is a life lived in and through social media? This MA in Social Media Communications addresses these and similar questions that have emerged out of the rise and rise of social media, and their increasing domination of the media and communication field. [+]

Introduction How are social media linked to the economy? What role do they play in politics? How different is a life lived in and through social media? This MA in Social Media Communications addresses these and similar questions that have emerged out of the rise and rise of social media, and their increasing domination of the media and communication field. The MA in Social Media Studies offers a critical examination of the history, operation, ramifications, functions, use and embeddedness of social media in all spheres of life. It is aimed at people who look for a critical reflection on social media, who wish to understand their uses, and also learn how to analyse and mobilize them strategically. Who is eligible? To be eligible for this programme you must hold an honours primary degree or equivalent. Appropriate combinations of professional qualifications and experience may be accepted as equivalent to an honours degree, in accordance with the relevant regulations of the University. Interviews may be held. Candidates whose first language is not English will be required to submit evidence of an English Language qualification. For more information on entry requirements please consult our website. Programme Content The MA modules provide students with up-to-date knowledge of social media processes, and their impact on a variety of areas, with an emphasis on communication and socio-political life. All students are required to take instruction in research methodologies which enables them to collect and analyse data from different social media. Students are required to conduct their own research and write a dissertation on a subject in the area of social media. Modules taught on this programme include: Understanding Social Media Communication Theory and New Media Research Methods Best Practice in Social Media Digital Storytelling Digital Communication Social Media, Journalism and Democracy Publication Design New Media Literacies Media Innovation and Enterprise Media Audiences and Consumption Structure The MA in Social Media Communications is designed to be completed in one calendar year of full-time study. It consists of two (full-time) taught semesters, followed by a practical project, completed between May and early September. The next intake for this programme will be September 2017. DCU offers a number of scholarships to international students each year. To be eligible to apply for a scholarship from DCU you must first apply to and receive an offer for a DCU Masters programme. Apply online for September 2017 entry at www.pac.ie/dcu using the PAC code DC614 [-]

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Dublin City University,
Glasnevin,
Dublin 9

Dublin, IE