DCU increases places on BA Global Business (USA) Programme by 30% as demand surges
DCU Business School has expanded its prestigious BA Global Business programme by adding a new partnership with the University of San Diego. The new partnership will increase the number of places available on the programme by 30%.
DCU students will have the option to spend two years of their degree studying at the University of San Diego, leading to a dual degree. This will add a new destination to the existing study options in the BA Global Business suite of programmes which allows students to earn degrees from both DCU and partner universities in Canada, France, Germany, Spain and the USA.
Executive Dean of DCU Business School Professor Anne Sinnott said “we are delighted to increase capacity on our Global Business (USA) programme. Demand for places on the Global Business programme, particularly in North America, has been exceptionally high for many years and continues to grow. The addition of our newest partner, the University of San Diego, will enable more students to participate in this unique opportunity to earn degrees from two institutions and immerse themselves in new cultures. We are delighted to expand our partnerships to the west coast of the US with such a prestigious partner in San Diego, a city known for being a tech and life sciences hub”
In CAO 2019, the suite of Global Business programmes have again remained very popular, with Global Business (USA) and Global Business (Canada) achieving DCU’s highest points at 578 and 566, respectively. Global Business (Spanish) rose to 501 points. Aviation Management was in demand this year, with points rising by 7 to 463.
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