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Bachelor of Arts (Joint Honours) (Law) Dublin City University

Ireland

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Summary

Choose from a range of Arts subjects for a degree with multifaceted perspectives. You’ll examine areas central to contemporary society, including tradition, culture, theology, law, politics, communication, human-environment relations, and human behavior.

You’ll graduate with an honours degree in one of five areas, Law (DC292), this course is described in more detail in the About the Course tab above.

You’ll have the option to take a year abroad, extending your degree to four years and graduating with a Bachelor of Arts (Joint Honours) International.

Internship Year You can opt to apply for a year-long INTRA work placement in Year Three. This will give you a unique opportunity to enhance your CV, increase your employability and experience the relevance of your study in the real world. This option is competitive and subject to the availability of placements.

This programme will prepare you for a variety of careers and also provides a foundation for postgraduate study.

About the course

Law (DC292)

Select Law + One other subject from:

History | International Languages | Media Studies

Law: You'll learn about constitutional and criminal law, about property and European law and the law of evidence.

History: You’ll explore how human beings behave grounded on a close examination of how they have behaved in the past in all spheres of the world but with a particular emphasis on Ireland.

International Languages (French, German, Spanish): You’ll acquire proficiency in your chosen language and learn about culture, film, literary traditions and intercultural communication.

Media Studies: You'll learn how we are shaped by culture, about the social and economic pressures on media organisations and the way mass media are used by government, corporations and others to influence us as citizens and as consumers.

Careers

Graduates look for work in a range of areas, including:

  • Advertising
  • Community Development
  • Education
  • Journalist
  • Law
  • Policy evaluation
  • Public Relations
  • Research

Course options

Here are the different ways in which you can study Bachelor of Arts (Joint Honours) (Law).

Full Time (3 years)

Tuition fees

€15,000.00 (13,36,524) per year

Student Contribution: €3,043 / Annum

*Price shown is for indicative purpose, please check with institution

From

Sep-21, Jan-22

Venue

Dublin City University

Glasnevin Campus,

GLASNEVIN,

Dublin,

Republic of Ireland

Entry requirement for international students

You can directly enter Year 1 if you have studied in one of the following:

  • GCSE A levels - you must have 4 A levels or 3 A levels + 1 AS level in different subjects from the same year or preceding year only;
  • International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma;
  • Or have an equivalent qualification.

In the case of all applications, evidence MUST be provided of competence in the English language. The list below indicates the minimum standards in the English language, which should be met for entry to undergraduate programmes in DCU.

  • Irish Leaving Certificate English: Ordinary Level Grade D3
  • GCE A-Level English Language: Grade D
  • IELTS: Composite score of 6.5 or above, with no less than 6.0 in any one component
  • TOEFL: 237 (computer-based), 580 (paper-based test)
  • TOEFL iBT: Total Score of 92
  • Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CAP): Overall score of 180 with a minimum of 169 in all components.
  • Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE): Overall score of 180 with a minimum of 169 in all components.
  • English Test for Academic and Professional Purposes (ETAPP): C1
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE Academic): 63 (with a minimum of 59 in all components)

* Please check with your chosen school for the exact entry requirements for your programme.

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