Business School

DCU Business School - The DCUBS Difference

DCU Business School

International Focus

A Truly Global Outlook

From the outset, Dublin City University Business School has recognised the importance of taking a global view on business.

DCUBS is actively involved in a wide array of international research projects, student and lecturer exchanges, and other international ventures, which are central to our existence. In addition, all of our programmes have a strong international focus. Our outlook, and our reach, is truly global.

International Programme Accreditation and Affiliations

  • All of our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes are recognised internationally.
  • In addition, our MBA programme is accredited internationally by the Association of MBAs (AMBA).
  • DCUBS is a member institution of the International Partnership of Business Schools (IPBS), a consortium of leading business schools in the UK, USA, Germany, Italy, France, Spain, and Mexico.
International Partnership Business Schools
Association of MBAs

DCUBS Graduates Blaze a Trail across the Globe

  • A significant proportion of DCUBS graduates opt to work or study overseas immediately after graduation or at a more advanced stage in their careers.
  • Graduates work in countries as far afield as the USA, Australia, Thailand, United Arab Emirates and Japan.

Experienced International Faculty

  • Our faculty bring a wealth of international experience. More than 70 per cent of staff have worked internationally.

International Atmosphere on Campus

  • There is a strong international flavour to life at DCUBS with 102 countries represented on campus and international students comprising 22% of the student body.
  • Walk through the lobby of the Business School as students stream out from lectures and you can expect to hear French, German, Spanish, Irish, Chinese, Japanese – they are all languages taught within the University.

International Student Exchanges

  • A significant proportion of DCUBS students travel to Europe, Japan, China, the USA and a host of other destinations for up to two years as an integral part of their degree.

International Collaborative Research Projects

In addition to individual and group collaboration on international research projects, our research centres have a strong international focus:

If you are an applicant from overseas, the web pages of the DCU International Office provide all the information you need to know about applying to and studying at DCU.