About the course
Information is now recognised as a critical business asset and the effective management of information is one of the most important challenges facing a modern organisation. Information is a powerful lever in achieving competitive advantage. The use of systems and technology to control and manage organisational data and information has developed into a vital business discipline. As a result, business people are now expected to be proficient in relevant technological concepts and applications, skills that had been viewed as being outside of the domain of the traditional manager. This degree has been designed to equip future managers with the necessary skills and knowledge that enable them to function effectively within this environment. As well as providing a firm grounding in all aspects of business, it also introduces students to the key principles of understanding, choosing and managing information systems.
Intake Months
SEPTEMBER
Delivery Locations
C34803
Qualification
Bachelor Degree
Estimated annual course fee
EUR 9,850
Currency exchange
Duration
3 Years
English language requirements
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6.5

Dublin Business School

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About
Dublin Business School is Ireland’s largest independent third-level institution, offering a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate and professional programmes. It specialises in the provision of career focused business and law education as well as the delivery of contemporary programmes in the areas of arts, media, social science, humanities and psychology. Established in 1975, the College quickly established an excellent reputation for teaching quality and standards, offering flexible and innovative learning opportunities that reflect and match the needs of students and employers.
DBS offers a wide range of services, facilities, clubs, societies, sports activities and events. It places a big emphasis on providing a range of sporting activities, which includes Soccer, basketball, sailing, cricket and rugby. Examples of popular societies in previous years are the Surf Society, Psychology Society, the Film Society, Drama Society and the Poker Society.Dublin Business Schools student body consists of approximately 30% international students hailing from over 70 different countries. With over 9,000 students, the college hosts and promotes a number of student events throughout the year that ranges from Freshers Week to the Halloween Ball, the Christmas Ball, Graduation Reception and Rag Week. Its student services department looks after the academic, cultural and personal needs of students and works as an important interface between college staff and students, delivering information to students and taking feedback on academic and administrative matters. The department also provides help with many aspects of student life, from finances to accommodations, study issues and travel and work visa applications.
Dublin Business School is located right in the heart of Dublin, Ireland’s capital city and a perfect place to live, work, play and study. The college has created outstanding learning environments for teaching, including state-of-the-art laboratories, workshops, modern lecture theatres, and a fully stocked library.
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