Higher Education: Independent College Dublin

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We are a goal-focused and career-oriented university. We pride ourselves on our personalized teaching, delivered to the highest academic standards in an interactive learning environment by friendly and highly qualified teaching staff.

Your time at Independent College Dublin, if you enroll with us, will be enjoyable and academically rewarding as you prepare for the next chapter of your life. You will learn from some of the industry’s most experienced and respected lecturers in their field in what is an intellectually vibrant academic community. It will not only provide you with the stepping stone to your career of choice, but also life lessons, friendships, and connections that will endure into the future.

About Dublin

  • Dublin has a wide variety of apartments, bed-sit, hostels, pensions and hostels where students make their home each year. There is so much to do and see with thousands of traditional and contemporary pubs, restaurants and clubs. The city also has more museums, galleries, and historic buildings than is fair.

  • Dublin has a world-famous literary history, having produced many prominent literary figures, including Nobel laureates William Butler Yeats, George Bernard Shaw, and Samuel Beckett. Other influential writers and playwrights include Oscar Wilde, Jonathan Swift, and Bram Stoker. In July 2010, Dublin was named a UNESCO City of Literature, Edinburgh, Melbourne, and Iowa City with permanent title. There are several theaters in the city center and the best known include Gaiety, Abbey, Olympia, Gate and the Grand Canal.

  • Dublin has a lively nightlife and is reputed to be one of the youngest cities in Europe, with an estimated 50% of citizens under the age of 25. There are many pubs in the city center, with the area around St. Stephen’s Green and Grafton Street, especially Harcourt Street, Camden Street, Wexford Street and Leeson Street, with the most popular clubs and pubs. The best known area for nightlife is Temple Bar, south of the River Liffey. Live music is popularly played on the streets and in Dublin venues in general.

  • Sports wise, Croke Park is just north of the River Liffey and is home to Ireland’s national sports of hurling and Gaelic football. With a capacity of 82,300, it is the third largest stadium in Europe. Rugby is played in the impressive new Aviva Stadium on the south side, while there are hundreds of football, rugby, Gaelic football, hurling, tennis, swimming and other clubs throughout the city.

Why Independent College Dublin?

  • Because we are committed to academic excellence. We are determined to provide all of our students with a rewarding, professional, and career-focused education of the highest quality. Our faculty members are committed to maintaining academic excellence not only through excellent teaching, but also through personal and individual support.

  • Because our enrollment is second to none. Our professors and tutors are among the most respected academics in their fields. Our teachers are people with real experience and knowledge of the industry. Class sizes are small so that everyone can contribute to the debate and discussion and no one is left behind.

  • Because our results are the best in the country. The School of Law is the state’s largest provider of entrance exam preparation programs to the Law Society of Ireland. For four of the past five years, students in this program have finished first overall on these state entrance exams. The school’s preparation programs for the King’s Inns entrance exams and the New York bar exams have proven to be very successful.

  • Because we are in the heart of a vibrant city. Independent College Dublin is the perfect location for student life in Dublin: we are right in the center of the city, surrounded by cultural, academic and entertainment attractions.

  • Because this is an ideal learning environment. Our conference rooms are specially designed to offer the best in comfort, style and technology: all are air-conditioned and have wireless high-speed Internet access and networks, along with the latest presentation and video conferencing equipment.

  • Because your degree will be recognized internationally. Independent College Dublin’s programs are validated to the highest standards both nationally and internationally. Your new grade represents academic achievement, but also a deeper understanding of your subject in practical terms and this is highly valued in your field.

  • Because you will enjoy your time here. Whatever subject and degree you choose, we promise that you will have an engaging and challenging learning experience that each class will look forward to. Your student life will be enriched not only by the university and the course, but also by new friends, colleagues and a wonderful city.

  • Business School:

Our business courses are mainly offered in our well-equipped facilities in central Dublin, in a vibrant, friendly, progressive and cosmopolitan environment. In addition to high academic standards and relevance, we place great emphasis on the well-being of students and ensuring on a personal level that everyone who studies with us gets the most value out of the learning experience.

The programs within the Business School are complemented by a range of additional personalized programs that are designed to suit the needs of individual companies and commercial sectors, SMEs, and others from the public or private sector.

Undergraduate courses in business:

BA (Hons) in Business Studies

BA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance

BA (Hons) in Marketing

  • Law School:

The School of Law presents one of the most diverse and innovative ranges of law courses in Dublin, from the certificate and diploma level, to the undergraduate, graduate and professional levels.

The Graduate School of Law offers a one-year Master’s Degree in Dispute Resolution which is awarded by QQI and is Level 9 in the National Qualifications Framework.

  • Minimum age: 18 years
  • Bachelor’s Degree Graduates -> work permit for 12 months
  • Graduates in Masters -> work permit for 24 months

C1 in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, or the following scores:

  • IELTS: An average score of 6.5 in all components and a minimum of 6.00 in each band.

The main campus of Independent Colleges is located at The Steelworks, Foley Street, Dublin 1. The Steelworks is an impressive five-story building with 40 classrooms and a floor-to-ceiling window atrium, rooftop restaurant and outdoor terrace, library, computer facilities overlooking the private landscaped development and with stunning views of the city.

The Steelworks complex is located in the city center between Talbot St and Amiens St in the vicinity of IFSC. The campus is located approximately 600 meters from the main shopping area of Henry St and O’Connell St, and has an excellent transport service with easy access to trains, Luas trams, and city and regional bus terminals.

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