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Welcome

Ross Munnelly
Pictured: Dr Kate Hynes
Assistant Professor Economics
Course Chair, Business Studies International

We are delighted to welcome you to study at Dublin City University. I would like to invite you to attend an orientation session on campus in the Business School on campus in Q301/302 in the Business School on Thursday 7th September between 10am-12pm. There will be some refreshments at this event – you will have the opportunity to meet me, support staff at DCU, and other international students. Wishing you a wonderful experience both academically and personally during your time in Ireland.

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For BSSAO O Study Abroad Incoming Students

Study Abroad: fee paying mobility programme to study one semester/one year at DCU. It is available for partner universities and Free Mover students.

Students should contact their lecturer for questions related to the module they are studying.

Academic support please contact Programme Chair Dr. Kate Hynes Kate.hynes@dcu.ie

Programme support for Exam Result queries please contact Emily Phipps emily.phipps@dcu.ie

Students should contact Catarina Ramalho at study.abroad@dcu.ie in the need of assistance in regards to their registration at DCU, module registration, transcripts, offer letter or visa support letter before they start their semester at DCU.

Also, they should contact study.abroad@dcu.ie in regards to any letter they need for (visa purposes, to open a bank account etc) after they are registered at DCU at the beginning of each semester.

Study Abroad students should contact Student Support and Development at student.support@dcu.ie in regard to other support matters: visas, off-campus accommodation assistance, assistance with disabilities, student events, etc.

Students should contact ISS (https://www.dcu.ie/iss/student-services) for tech issues as login or problems accessing Digitary Core for their transcripts.

For BSSAX Erasmus/Exchange Incoming students

Erasmus – students who are on their study mobility for one semester/one year at DCU, from our partner universities from one of the Erasmus+ programme countries.

Exchange – students who are on their study mobility or one semester/one year at DCU, from our partner universities from one of the third countries not associated to the Erasmus+ Programme (e.g., China, Japan, USA, etc.)

Students should contact their lecturer for questions related to the module they are studying.

Academic support please contact Programme Chair Dr. Kate Hynes Kate.hynes@dcu.ie

Programme support for Exam Results queries please contact Emily Phipps emily.phipps@dcu.ie

Students should contact Vikki Doyle at incoming.erasmus@dcu.ie and incoming.exchanges@dcu.ie if in the need of assistance in regards to their registration at DCU, module registration, transcripts, offer letter or visa support letter before they start their semester at DCU.

Also, they should contact exchange@dcu.ie in regard to any letter they need for (visa purposes, to open a bank account etc) after they are registered at DCU at the beginning of each semester.

Erasmus or Exchange students should contact Student Support and Development at student.support@dcu.ie in regard to other support matters: visas, off-campus accommodation assistance, assistance with disabilities, student events, etc.

Students should contact ISS (https://www.dcu.ie/iss/student-services) for tech issues as login or problems accessing Digitary Core for their transcripts.

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