Griffith College Dublin:
Griffith College in was established in 1974 and is now the largest independent college in Ireland, with a student population of over 5,000, including approximately 700 international students. It is based on a seven-acre campus in Dublin city centre. New developments in 2009 include the MSc in Accounting and Finance, and the Tripartite Masters in Paris, Berlin and Dublin.
The Graduate Business School at GCD provides programmes in International Business Management at MSc and MBA levels in full and part time modes. These programmes prepare graduates for the world of international business by providing an educational experience which is strongly vocational, academically rigorous and intellectually challenging - a key stepping stone to a career in international business management.
BA in Business Management, BA in Accounting & Finance, BA in International Hospitality Management, Certificate in Hotel & Catering, MBA (International Business), M.Sc. in International Business, Management Postgraduate Diploma in International Business, MPC in International Business Management, Professional Certificate in International Business Management. MSc in Accounting and Financial Management, Tripartite Masters (in Dublin, Paris and Berlin)
College facilities include modern lecture halls and rooms, a new purpose built student accommodation block, a gymnasium and a student restaurant and bar. GCD library is well stocked and up to date and provides access to a wealth of print and electronic resources. Other on-campus facilities include computer laboratories, a student common room, field sport practice grounds and underground car parking facilities.
The campus itself is steeped in history having had uses as varied as a prison and army barracks, right through to the renowned centre for educational excellence it is today. During the First World War the building was used as a recruiting and training centre for many of the Irish soldiers who fought in that war.
The change from Wellington Barracks to Griffith Barracks occurred on 15th April 1922 when it became one of the first to be handed over to the Irish Free site and was renamed by the Army Council after Arthur Griffith, (the first President of Dail Eireann) following his death.
After classes students can spend time with friends in the College canteen, enjoy a game of football, or work-out in the fitness room.
A wide range of sports are offered to suit the needs and interests of all students. GCD's sports clubs and societies are constantly expanding and in many cases the societies are organized by students thus providing an opportunity for them to develop their organizational, fund-raising and social skills.
Griffith College is Ireland’s largest independent third level institution. Situated on a seven-acre campus within a mile of St. Stephen’s Green on Dublin’s South Circular Road, it enjoys a strong national and a growing international reputation for student success. The College has gained an enviable reputation for providing students with first class lectures and excellent study material.
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|Address: South Circular Road, Dublin 8, Dublin, Ireland|
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