|Study location||Ireland, Limerick|
|Type||Master courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||1 year|
Generally tuition fee for a non-EU student would be: €14,000*
*with exception of the:
In addition to the above R.I.A.P. fees of 835 apply and consist of:
There are bursaries and scholarships available to non-EU students:
- Griffith College Bursary of €2000 (and €1000 in case of MSc in Pharmaceutical Business & Technology and MSc in Digital Transformation) – awarded to each successful applicant
- Academic Merit Scholarship (AMS) awarded to students demonstrating strong academic performance. Has 3 levels, offering an award of €500, €1000 or €1500 respectively.
NB! the amount of R.I.A.P. fees and bursaries available is subject to change and can depend on individual circumstances. To confirm the tuition fee applicable, as well as the amount of bursary available to you individually, please talk to your UA consultant.
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
Applicants must normally hold an approved honours degree, to at least H2.2 level, in a business related discipline or equivalent qualification from an approved tertiary/or professional institution. Non-business graduates or candidates with substantial work experience may apply but will be subject to interview.
IELTS 6.5 or equivalent
Please upload your CV
Interview would be part of the entry requirments.
MSc programme in International Business Management is available on a full- and part-time basis and prepares graduates by providing an academically rigorous and intellectually challenging educational experience.
A flexible study model gives students the option of either full-time or part-time study with class size, structure and assessment tailored to each individual module.
A highly practical learning approach taught by a Graduate Business School lecturing team with outstanding industry experience.
An international course perspective increases the variety of career opportunities open to graduates.
Students have the opportunity, after gaining management experience, to return and convert their MSc to an MBA award.
Variety of modules covering all aspects of International Business Management
Flexible study modes
Lecturers chosen from industry
Opportunity for advancement in dynamic industries of hospitality & tourism
The Graduate Business School lecturing team includes practitioners from a wide range of industries. These lecturers bring their expertise to the classroom and offer insights to students of a practical and applied nature. There is also extensive use of the Faculty’s industry network to provide opportunities for students to engage with companies through their project work, research and through guest lecturing seminars.
Griffith College has endorsed and embraced the Bologna spirit of the transfer and progression of students between institutions in different countries and in doing so, a number of close working relationships have been developed. The College’s APL policies provide an opportunity for students with previous academic studies at Masters Level in a Business/Management discipline to apply for exemptions to a maximum of 30ECTS, or capitalise on their strong international network to spend a semester of your studies in a partner college.
Graduates who attain appropriate management experience after graduation, can opt to return their MSc and “convert” to MBA award. This is facilitated through the completion of an experiential learning report, which marries the graduate’s academic achievement with their subsequent management practice.