Internal Transfer Application to Bachelor of Business Studies Year 2 or 3

Internal Transfer Application to Bachelor of Business Studies (Year 2/3). Application form will open on 1st May 2021.

Please complete this form if you fall into the category listed below and you wish to transfer into Year 2 or Year 3 of the Bachelor of Business Studies programme.

There is a €35 transfer application fee, this fee will not be processed until the applicant has been notified that their application has been successful.

Please note that approval for an internal transfer is subject to the applicant meeting the criteria indicated in their category, the programme entry requirements, the availability of places on the programme and approval of the programme Chairpersons.  

While it is not obligatory, applicants are advised to consult with the Student Advice Centre or the DCU Careers Service to discuss your application to transfer.  The finance office should also be consulted to ascertain possible fee liabilities. 

If you wish to continue with your application, please select from the category listed below:

Category 1: I am an incoming second or third year student who wants to transfer to year two or three of Bachelor of Business Studies course. I have passed all Semester one and Semester two or resits assessments/examinations. Closing date for applications is Friday 8th October 2021.

 

 

 

 

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