Choosing to do the bachelor of business will open up a range of opportunities in terms of your future career direction. Combining studies within the core business disciplines with the benefits of practical experience gained through the work placement element of this programme will provide you with an opportunity to consolidate and apply business skills within a business setting and is likely to offer you a distinct advantage in securing graduate employment. This four-year honours degree programme offers an opportunity to study the key business subjects of accounting, finance, economics, management, marketing, human resource management and computing. The inclusion of an 18-week work placement in the third year of the programme gives students an ideal opportunity to apply and embed their learning. You will have the opportunity to study a wide range of business-related subjects in the early years of the programme, while still having the benefit of selecting the key subject options that interest you most during the final two years of the programme.
In addition to this, you will benefit from an 18-week industry placement, which will afford you the opportunity to put into practice the knowledge you will have acquired in the classroom. The option to further internationalise your learning experience by undertaking a semester or year of your degree studies at one of AIT’s extensive list of overseas partner universities. You will have the opportunity to develop your IT skills through the use of a variety of relevant software application packages.
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High school diploma including any honors subjects with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
The EU student contribution applies annually to all free fee eligible students and the current rate is €3,000 per annum.To avail of the funding EU students must meet the criteria of the free fees schemes, as determined by the university a student is attending. Application deadline for EU students is February 1.
Athlone East Rural ED
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- On Campus Learning