Study in Ireland – IBAT College (Dublin)

IBAT College Dublin Admission open for 2017 Intake

School of Business:

  • MBA in Management
  • Bachelor of Business Administration
  • Business Marketing & Finance
  • Higher Certificate in Business


                                    Admissions Requirements :



International Admissions Application

Completed High School with minimum 50%

English Language Proficiency :

IELTS : Minimum band score 5.5

Proof of Funding – Bank Statements / Employer letter / Sponsor Letter

International Admissions Application

Bachelors Degree with minimum 55%

IELTS : Minimum band score 6.0

Proof of Funding – Bank Statements / Employer letter / Sponsor Letter


Scholarships :


International Graduate Academic Scholarships : Up to Euro 1500


Application Turnaround Time :


Application turnaround time for completed application packet is 7 business days


Total Fee Structure As per Courses:





Price Duration Hours/Week


Masters Of Business Administration






1.5 years


16 Hours


Bachelor of Business


Level 8



2+ = 65%


Year 1: €6750

Year 2+:€4700


4 years


18 Hours


Bachelor of Business

Information Systems


Level 8



2+ = 65%


Year 1: €6750

Year 2+: €4700


4 years


18 Hours

Higher Certificate in Business  


2+ = 65%


Year 1: €6750

Year 2+: €4700


2 years


18 Hours


Bachelor of Business

Level 7



2+ = 65%


Year 1: €6750

Year 2+: €4700


3 years

18 Hours

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Education in Ireland

   Study in Ireland

Ireland, a large island in north-west Europe, has been offering University education since the 16th Century. The country renowned for it’s kind and welcoming population alongside it’s emerald green landscape has a world-class education provision, often overlooked when considering studying abroad.

With 9 Higher education institutions the country will undoubtedly have a course to interest you at either postgraduate or undergraduate level.

Scholarships and fellowships are available from the Irish government but the availability of these varies depending on what country you are coming from and what course you are planning to study. Some institutions also offer scholarships directly but these are limited and highly competitive.

The Costs of Living and Studying in Ireland.


Ireland’s currency is the Euro (€), however because Northern Ireland (which is home to two of the Universities in Ireland) is a member country of the United Kingdom the currency there is the Pound Sterling (£).

Study Costs

The tuition fees for non-EU international students vary widely from institution to institution and also course to course but as a guide you can see the average range for postgraduate and undergraduate fees for the 2010/11 period in the table below.

Subject Area Undergrad Fees Postgrad Fees
Business and Management € 9,000 – 15,500 € 9,150 – 18,800
Science and Engineering € 9,100 – 20,300 € 9,150 – 18,000
Arts and Humanities € 9,100 – 15,500 € 8,900 – 20,000
Medicine and Health Studies € 31,000 – 45,000 € 12,035 – 37,000

Living Costs

It has been estimated at current prices (2011) an international student will require between 7,000 to 12,000 Euros (€) per year for food, travel, textbooks, insurance, socialising and accommodation. The amount varies depending on whereabouts in Ireland you will be studying, what kind of accommodation you choose and how socially active you are during your studies.

The biggest portion of this sum is accommodation. Each institution has an accommodation officer/advisor who can provide more information about on-campus and nearby accommodation during your studies.

Important Information About Studying at a University In Ireland


If you are going to study in Ireland from a country within the EU you do not need a visa, if you are coming from outside of the EU then you will be required to hold a valid visa. This should be applied for up to 8 weeks in advance of departure.

The main conditions for a student visa in Ireland are:

  • – You have a letter of acceptance from your chosen Institution
  • – You must have proof that the tuition fees have been paid to the institution (in full if below €6,000)
  • – You have access to over €3,000 in addition to your tuition fees
  • – You have private medical insurance, this can be arranged through a group scheme with your institution or individually

More detailed student visa details are available from theIrish Naturalisation and Immigration Service (INIS)

English Language

To study at degree level you will need to prove your English language ability in order to be accepted onto your chosen course. As with most English speaking destinations you will require an IELTS composite score of 6.5 (no lower than 6.0 in any component) or TOEFL score of 550 (220 for the computer based test). If you do not meet these requirements you can study short English language courses either in Ireland or in your home country.

Why Study in Ireland?

Ireland is one of the world’s friendliest countries, in fact it has been awarded this accolade twice in recent years by the travel guide company Lonely Planet.

Degrees from Irish Universities are recognised internationally so you can be assured your future employer will respect the addition in your experience. Ireland has been chosen by some of the world’s largest technology companies as their European base, these companies include Google, Facebook, Apple and Intel. In many cases across the world, large companies work alongside nearby Universities to develop their courses and provide qualifications that better match the needs of the employer – all of which increases the value of your degree.

Whilst studying in Ireland on a course of NFQ Level 7 (Bachelor’s Degree) or above you are permitted to participate in part-time work for up to 20 hours a week during term-time and 40 hours per week during holiday time. Specific restrictions exist on working while studying so please check these with the embassy or your chosen institution before travelling. You are not allowed to stay in the country to pursue employment opportunities but you can sometimes extend your stay to study a further degree.

Ireland has strong links with both the UK (it’s nearest neighbour) and the USA (home of many immigrant Irish families). Beyond social, political and industrial links it also shares links across its education institutions, which increases the opportunities to continue your education in these countries.

Universities in Ireland

Ireland has 9 Universities in total with 7 Universities in the Republic of Ireland and 2 in Northern Ireland.Across all of these institutions you will find a range of degrees similar to those in other popular study abroad destinations, including Bachelors, Masters and PhDs/doctorates. Ireland has been increasingly popular with the international research communities as the Irish government have invested significant funds into research and development in recent years.The oldest University in Ireland is Trinity College Dublinwhich was founded in 1592. The largest University in Ireland is University College Dublin, which has over 20,000 students across it’s 35 schools.

Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland

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 Waterford Institute of Technology is one of the longest established (1970), largest and most academically respected Institutes of Technology in Ireland. It is an autonomous state sector university level Institute operating within the Irish National Qualifications Network. The awards from WIT are recognised worldwide and graduates of the Institute occupy senior positions in major companies in Ireland, the EU and further afield.

 Why is WIT one of the top destinations in Ireland for International students?

  • It is located in the cultural and commercial capital of the South East, Waterford City.
  • It has state of the art facilities and a vibrant student community.
  • Scholarships are on offer.
  • It is within the top tier of higher education institutions in Ireland.
  • The cost of living in Waterford city is favourable compared with that of Dublin or Cork.
  • Waterford City is located within easy access of the beaches and coastline of the South East, giving students excellent recreational opportunities.
  • Waterford City is two hours thirty minutes drive from Dublin.
  • Waterford has a regional airport with flights to the UK and continental Europe.
  • WIT is regarded as one of the top centres in Europe for Telecommunications software development and research.

Location :- WIT is situated in Waterford city which is 2 hours from Dublin.

Courses :-

Undergraduate Courses

  • Business includes courses in: Accounting, Administration, Business Information Systems, Business Studies, Finance, International Business, Marketing, Retail Management
  • Education and Professional Development New course in Airline Transport Operations
  • Engineering includes courses in: Architecture, Architectural Technology, Construction Management, Civil Enginering, Electronics, Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering, Quantity Surveying
  • Health Sciences includes courses in: Exercise & Health Studies, Health Promotion, Nursing (General, Intellectual Disability, Psychiatric), Recreation & Leisure, Sports Science
  • Humanities includes courses in: Applied Social Studies, Art & Design, Communications, Criminal Justice, Hospitality, Languages & Marketing, Legal & Business, Music, Social Studies, Tourism & Heritage
  • Science includes courses in: Agriculture, Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Computing & IT, Forestry, Horticulture, Pharmaceutical Science, Physics with Computing

Taught postgraduate courses

The following taught postgraduate programmes are available in WIT. All are full-time unless stated.

Department of Graduate Business Studies

Department of Computing, Maths& Physics

Department of Health, Sport & Exercise Science

Department of Engineering Technology

Department of Construction & Civil Engineering

School of Education

Department of Applied Arts

Department of Creative & Performing Arts

Department of Languages, Tourism & Hospitality

Applicants for Research and Taught Masters programmes must hold, at a minimum, a second class honours degree in a relevant or a related discipline.

Entry Requirements

Undergraduate Courses

You should be at least 17 years of age in January of the year of entry. You must have a Secondary/High School Diploma, with good grades in English and Mathematics and at least 4 other subjects, on average + 60%. If English is not your first language you should present evidence of competence.Minimum 5.5 IELTS or equivalent

Postgraduate Courses

To enter a taught mastersprogramme, you should have an honours degree in a related subject. If English is not your first language you should have an IELTS Score of 6.0 bands with no band less than 6.0.

Fees & Living Costs

Undergraduate Tuition Fees

  • Pre-Undergraduate Foundation € 6000
  • Higher Certificate €8450
  • Degree €8450
  • Honours Degree €8450

Postgraduate Tuition Fees

  • Taught Programme €9750
  • Masters (2 Annual Fees) €4950
  • PhD (3 Annual Fees) €4950

Scholarships :-Scholarship are available on bachelors and Masters, Only 10-15 Scholarship application are available for this September. For Scholarship student should have 68% and IELTS 6.5 with 5.5 in reading and writing

Postgraduate Scholarships are available on all one year taught (Full-Time) master programmes. Successful candidates will be entitled to EU fees instead of the international fee rate, please see list of fees below

Undergraduate Scholarships are available to Any 3 or 4 years degree programme. Scholarship available for advanced entry into all years of Bachelorprogrammes. However, minimum of two years on degree programme applies and this does not include any Higher Certificate Programmes.Successful candidates will be entitled to a 25% discount off fees for each year of study. However, candidates must successfully pass eachstage/year to maintain the scholarship.

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