Griffith College Launch New Fees Structure for Selected Business Courses
Griffith College has launched a new CAO initiative to offset the cost of a business degree in Ireland for the upcoming academic year.
The initiative will be implemented as the national institution recognises the importance of educating the next generation of business people and entrepreneurs in Ireland.
To make third-level more accessible to students, Griffith College has introduced reduced fees for a number of its degrees. These full-time QQI accredited courses include programmes in business, marketing, human resource management, hospitality management and accounting and finance.
This reduction means students can avail of a third-level business degree at 40% less than the current cost. Fees for one of the popular third-level business courses at Griffith will cost prospective students €3500 per annum. This fee includes the student learner protection charge, administration fee and tuition.
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Other projects developed by Griffith College include the STEAM bursary initiative, which sees DEIS schools benefit from a monetary bursary as well as tours, tutorials and workshops organised by Griffith. Initiatives such as the STEAM bursary have been rolled out to create further interest and awareness of STEAM-related subjects in second-level students.
The business courses offered by Griffith College at a reduced price include: