Griffith College

University typePrivate University

CityDublin

CountryIreland


Tradition – Reputation - Employability

Griffith College Dublin was established in 1974 and has become Ireland's largest independent higher education college with over 7,000 full-time and part-time students, including 1,400 international students from 66 countries.

Why Choose Griffith?

Griffith College degrees are internationally-recognised and validated by HETAC (the Irish government higher education awarding body)

Griffith College enjoys a strong national and international reputation for student success which is built on over 30 years of teaching experience. Our students achieve excellent pass rates and win many prizes in the examinations of independent Irish and international professional bodies.

Employability: Many former students have risen to senior positions in prestigious national and international companies. Their success is a testament to the value of Griffith College and its place in the wider international community. We believe that we can help you achieve these same levels of success.

Entry Requirements:a minimum of 2 Grade C A-Levels  & 4 subjects from either AS-Level (Grades A-E) or G.C.S.E.  (Grades A, B or C) for level 8 Honours degrees; and for level  7 Ordinary degrees a minimum of 1 Grade E A-Level & 4 subjects from either AS-Level (Grades A-E) or G.C.S.E. (Grades A, B or C)

Griffith College annual tuition fees are c. £4,500, which compares very favourably to UK universities where the standard annual fee is around £9,000.

Accommodation: available on campus in the Griffith Halls of Residence. This is a safe and secure environment on the grounds of our historic Dublin campus.

Life in Dublin: there can be few better cities than Dublin, the capital of Ireland, in which to enjoy your time as a student as it continues to be one of Europe's most exciting and vibrant capital cities.

Campus life: our 7-acre Dublin campus is five minutes from the city centre, where students can enjoy the cosmopolitan buzz of the Irish capital, famed for its bars, theatres, music scene and rich cultural heritage. Student Halls of Residence are located on campus, within minutes of the library, creative studios, the student bar and restaurant, our gym facilities and the Students Union.

Applying: you can apply directly to Griffith College here (you don’t need to apply through UCAS or the Irish equivalent, the CAO). 

Our Courses

Business

BA (Hons) in Business Studies

BA (Hons) in Accounting & Finance

BA (Hons) in International Hospitality Management

BA in Marketing

Higher Certificate in Business

 

Law

LLB (Hons) in Irish Law

BA in Business and Law

Higher Certificate in Legal Studies

 

Design

BA (Hons) in Fashion Design

BA in Interior Design

BA (Hons) in Interior Architecture

Diploma in Interior Design

 

Journalism & Media

BA (Hons) in Journalism & Media

BA in Journalism

BA (Hons) in Music Production

BA in Film and TV Production

BA in Photographic Media

Diploma in Photography

Diploma in Media Techniques

Diploma in Sound and Music Technology

Higher Certificate in Music Production for Games

 

Computing

BSc (Hons) in Computing Science

Higher Certificate in Computing

Higher Certificate in Computer Games Technology

 

Student Testimonial

Read the testimonial of British student, Gabrielle Steele who is currently studying Law at Griffith College.

 

 


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