this school is of little help to your career. The syllabus and learnings, professors and their teaching style, is not as what should be in a Master's course. I feel I wasted an entire year and many Euros on this college. It's just about money to them. My course mentioned on its website that no freshers would be allowed in the course, and when i joined i was surprised to see so many freshers. On complaining the college said: "Newly graduated applicants will not be accepted onto the programmeĺ it is meant that there should be 3 months gap between final exams of a bachelors degree and the particular course start date. It does not relate to work experience.". Thats clearly a fraud and misrepresentation. You would not learn anything here and just have to listen to the constant taunts about your country from some idiot-headed professors. Plus jobs are really tough to find, even though i have 40 months of work experiece, this DBS tag and being non-European almost kills my career here. DONT ENROLL!
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none it is mostly for people who want an easy course to chill in Europe
Adds no value, bleak job prospects, just business for the college
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Koelj Yayasan Pelajaran MARA, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Accountancy, Undergraduate, ACCA
Dublin Business School
Small campus but they have a very good list of lecturers and deliver a very good courses.
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As you can see Dublin Business
School incorporating LSB College specialises in the provision of career focused business education and the
delivery of contemporary programmes in the areas of arts, the humanities and psychology.
Address: Dublin Business School, 13-14 Aungier Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
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