Business (MBus) Part-time
Field of Study
Type of Course:
Type of Qualification:
Type of Study:
Application Closing Date:
11th September 2017
Applicants who have a minimum of an Honours Bachelor of Business or cognate degree (Level 8) or cognate discipline (H2.2) or an approved equivalent qualification are eligible to apply for entry to the programme.
Department (s): Organisation & Professional Development, Marketing & International Business, and Tourism & Hospitality.
Location: CIT Bishopstown Campus
Professional Accreditation: CIT & QQI
ECTS Credits: 60
Organisation and Professional Development
Students should note that Fees quoted relate to the academic year 2017-2018 only and are subject to change on an annual basis.
EU applicants: €5,900
Union of Students in Ireland (USI) Levy
The USI membership levy of €7.00 has been introduced as a result of a referendum where students opted to affiliate to the national Students’ Union. This levy must be paid before the start of Semester 1.
The overall aim of this programme is to facilitate the further personal and intellectual development of students, encompassing the skills of analysis, interpretation and synthesis within their chosen field of knowledge. Participants will be required to adopt innovative and creative approaches to business related issues and analyse critically business and management problems in a national, international, and global context.
Presentation of the programme consists of lectures, tutorials, case studies, visiting lecturers, etc.
CIT offers three streams for the Master of Business course viz:
- Marketing - Part Time
- Enterprise - Part Time
- Tourism - Part Time
Course Duration & Delivery
- 2 Years Part-time (4 semesters - Sept to Sept)
- Time: Wednesday 6.30pm - 9.30pm; and Friday 3.00pm - 9.00pm
- Each semester is of 15 week duration (including examinations).
- Presentation of course consists of lectures, tutorials, case studies, visiting lectures, and site visits.
Stage 1/Semester 1 - Wednesday & Friday
Stage 1/Semester 2 - Friday only
Stage 2/Semester 1 - Wednesday & Friday
Stage 2/Semester 2 - Research Thesis
CIT has developed a website which gives full details of all modules for all courses. The website also has information on recommended textbooks, average weekly workload, assessments and exams.
For detailed module information, please click here.
- Online application will open shortly for course commencing 11th September 2017.
> Applications are assessed on a first come first served basis.
> Places are limited. Applications are assessed on a first come, first served basis.
- Please note that applicants will be required to pay an acceptance fee of €500 online if a place on a course is offered. This fee is deductible from the overall course fee.
- When submitting your online application form, please ensure you have attached the following:
- Proof of Educational Qualifications, failure to do so will mean non acceptance.
- CV – detailing your employment history to date and any relevant expertise and experience.
- Details of the following: (entered in the Additional Information section or as an attached document)
- Main reason for applying for MBus
- What are you expecting from this course?
- Additional Relevant Information
Exams will be held in December, January and May and you are requested not to take Holidays in those months. Exam Dates will be notified to students in September and January for that Semester.
Attendance on the Master of Business Course is compulsory. You will also be required to undertake individual and group assessment work as part of the Course. Failure to participate 100% in such work will disqualify you from the course. Examinations are obligatory and must be taken on the specified dates.
- Students who have qualified outside of Ireland must get prior approval from the NQAI to verify that they satisfy the Level 9 entry requirements. This is the responsibility of the Student and must be presented before entry to the MBus Course will be considered. For more information please visit www.nfq.ie and www.hetac.ie as well as www.cit.ie
- Qualification Recognitions Ireland provide a service where foreign qualifications can be assessed for recognition against the Irish National Framework of Qualifications http://www.qualificationsrecognition.ie/recognition/
- When a student seeking entry to a taught programme at CIT presents an overseas award (or awards that are not well-known or recognised in Ireland) it is advised that these be referred to the CIT Registrar’s Office (T: 00353 21 432 6426 or 00353 21 6100. The international “NARIC” system for the comparison of awards can then be used to determine the equivalence of such awards. It is the responsibility of the Student to ensure compliance with entry requirements.
- Proficiency in English is a requirement and must satisfy College Regulations.