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BA (HONS) EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE
The BA (Hons) in Early Childhood Education and Care is a degree which is designed with Early Childhood professionals, and the children they will engage with, in mind. The programme has three exit awards – Higher Certificate in ECEC (level 6), BA Ord in ECEC (level 7), and BA Hons. In ECEC (level 8). At each exit award stage, the programme aims to equip future ECEC professionals with the tools to navigate the ever changing landscape of early childhood education and care in Ireland and internationally, provide learners with the tools and dispositions to provide the best practice and care for the children they engage with, and to enable learners to think critically about their roles as professionals, both locally and globally. A key aspect of this four year (240 credit) award is work based experiential learning, which permits the learner to consolidate theoretical and practical knowledge. On successful completion of this programme, learners will achieve a BA (Hons) in Early Childhood Education and Care at Level 8 on the NFQ. The exit award options are suitable for learners who unexpectedly are unable to continue to the final stage of the principle programme and wish to exit with a recognised award/qualification.
Undergraduate Course / Humanities, Arts & Tourism / Dublin

Intakes: February Intake , September Intake ,

English Tests Scores:
  • 1. DET (Duolingo English test) [ 105 ]
  • 2. IELTS (International English Language Testing System) [ 6.0 ]
  • 3. PTE (Pearson Test of English) [ 52 ]
  • 4. TOEFL Internet Based [ 60 ]
4 years
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Business
This programme is differentiated from other general business degrees in that it is underpinned with the knowledge and skills required for data informed decision making. In the first year you will gain a fundamental understanding of data collection and presentation, as you progress you will learn how to be more critical in your analysis, you will learn how this analysis is applied to decision making and business intelligence and by the final year you will be confidently using modern tools and techniques to understand how good data is used for predictive purposes. In today’s workplace a fundamental understanding of ethics throughout business practices and an appreciation of corporate governance is expected at all levels in the company, this programme will provide you with this knowledge. Another reason for selecting this programme at IBAT College Dublin is the supportive college environment, small group practical classes and the College’s reputation for being responsive to learner needs. This programme is designed for: prospective students intending to pursue a career in business or management, those intending to start their own business those wishing to pursue a general higher education programme and develop industry relevant skills, in a supportive academic environment.
Undergraduate Course / Business / Dublin

Intakes: September Intake ,

English Tests Scores:
  • 1. DET (Duolingo English test) [ 110 ]
  • 2. IELTS (International English Language Testing System) [ 6.0 ]
  • 3. PTE (Pearson Test of English) [ 52 ]
  • 4. TOEFL Internet Based [ 60 ]
3 years
POSTGRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN FRENCH FOR TEACHING AT POST PRIMARY LEVEL
The Postgraduate Certificate in French for Teaching as Post-Primary Level aims to provide domestic and international candidates with an opportunity to complete the subject-specific credits they require in order to be able to submit themselves for accreditation through the Teaching Council of Ireland. It is particularly suitable for holders of a BA and HDip/PME who already teach in the post-primary system and want to add French as an additional subject to their skillset; it will also be of interest to international candidates (including native speakers of French), who have completed their teacher education, have had it approved by the Teaching Council, but require up to 30 ECTS credits in French to register as teachers of the language. This programme has been specifically tailored to meeting the Teaching Council of Ireland’s requirements for registration as an accredited French teacher at post-primary level. The programme follows a three-pronged approach by offering intensive studies in the areas of French language skills; literary, cultural and film studies of the French-speaking world; and French linguistics and language pedagogy. In this way, it aims to enhance students’ knowledge and understanding of important concepts in French language and literature, culture and society, including their didactic and methodological application. Prospective candidates may qualify for partial funding of this programme through the Post-Primary Languages Initiative (PPLI). See here for further details.
Post Graduate Course / Humanities, Arts & Tourism / Maynooth

Intakes: September Intake ,

English Tests Scores:
  • 1. DET (Duolingo English test) [ 110 ]
  • 2. IELTS (International English Language Testing System) [ 6.5 ]
  • 3. PTE (Pearson Test of English) [ 58 ]
  • 4. TOEFL Internet Based [ 79 ]
1 year
POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN FRENCH FOR TEACHING AT POST PRIMARY LEVEL
The Postgraduate Diploma in French for Teaching at Post-Primary Level is intended for candidates who already possess a Professional Masters of Education (PME), or equivalent, or those who intend to pursue a PME upon completion. The programme aims to provide domestic and international candidates with an opportunity to engage in a programme of studies that has been designed with the intention of meeting Teaching Council requirements for registration as an accredited French teacher at post-primary level. The programme offers intensive studies in the areas of French translation, French and Francophone literary and cultural studies, and French language pedagogy. The Postgraduate Diploma programme may also serve as an entry route to the MLitt / PhD programme in French Studies. IMPORTANT: This programme does not involve professional accreditation. It provides its graduates with the requisite 60 ECTS credits configured to meeting current Teaching Council requirements for French. In order to be accredited by the Teaching Council, all graduates of this programme must hold a PME or equivalent, and will be required to submit themselves for individual evaluation by the Teaching Council of Ireland.
Post Graduate Course / Humanities, Arts & Tourism / Maynooth

Intakes: September Intake ,

English Tests Scores:
  • 1. DET (Duolingo English test) [ 110 ]
  • 2. IELTS (International English Language Testing System) [ 6.5 ]
  • 3. PTE (Pearson Test of English) [ 58 ]
  • 4. TOEFL Internet Based [ 79 ]
1 year
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