History, Affiliations and Rankings
Situated in the city of Dublin, Ireland, Dublin Business School is a private institution that was founded in 1975 as an Accounting and Business College. It was later renamed in 1999 after it acquired LSB College, Dublin. Dublin Business School has created a serene and focused learning environment for its students due to its location in a quiet residential area. The college's undergraduate and part-time degrees are acknowledged by QQI (Quality and Qualifications Ireland). The school is affiliated with Higher Education and Training Awards Council (HETAC) and Liverpool John Moores University.
Campus, Courses and Infrastructure
With its main campus in Aungier Street, the college stretches across 6 campuses in Dublin. The other locations include Balfe Street, Dame Street and South Great George's Street. The vibrant campuses are filled with all the basic amenities, teaching spaces, cafes, learning centres, laboratories and libraries. It focuses on building a sustainable campus by adopting the latest technological trends to regulate energy consumption and minimise the use of carbon. Dublin Business School specialises in the provision of career-focused education. It offers an array of Master’s programs, Postgraduate Higher diplomas and DBS Degree in various subject areas. The courses are developed in such a manner that instils transferable skills in an individual. It provides relevance to the offered degrees in the modern world.
Accomplishments and Alumni
It focuses on high-quality education which can be accessible to all. The key feature of Dublin Business School is that it emphasises educating its students according to the professional bodies and industry standards to drive them towards a fruitful career. Some of the most famous alumni include Paul Connolly (International songwriter), Ray Shah (Irish personality), and Ann Gleeson (Irish radio personality).
Student Diversity and Visiting Companies
DBS offers more than 70 courses for international students where students from more than 75 countries join the institute. Some of the top companies that hire students from DBS include Accenture, Bank of Ireland, Google, Microsoft, etc.