Dublin City University is an institution located in Dublin, Ireland’s Northside. It was founded in 1975 as the Public Foundation for Advanced Education in Dublin, and in 1980 it hired some of its most notable understudies. In the 2023 QS World College Rankings, it comes in at number #471. It is ranked #471 in the 2023 QS World College Rankings. DCU is ranked as the seventh university in Ireland and the twelfth worldwide. The acceptance rate at Dublin City College is roughly 20%.
Dublin City University Entry Requirements:
Undergraduate: An Intermediate/Higher Secondary Certificate (HSSC/Pre-Engineering/Pre-Medical, average grade of 75% required) with a foundation year
International Baccalaureate: minimum of 30 points
Postgraduate: 4 years of study from a prestigious institution in Pakistan. Applicants may be considered where very good grades have been achieved and an overall GPA of 3.2 on a 4-point scale (or 80%) has been obtained.
English Language requirements:
IELTS: 6.5 or above, with no less than 6.0 in any one component
TOEFL: Total Score of 92
IELTS: 6.5 or above, with a minimum of 6.0 in all components.TOEFL: Overall score 92 or above.
Dublin City University fees
Business Degree: 14,000
Engineering Degree: 15,000
Health Sciences 15,000
Science Degree: 15,000
Arts Degree: 15,000
Business Degree: 14,800–19,000
Engineering Degree: 15,000–17,000
Health Sciences: 15,000
Science Degree: 15,000—16,800
Engineering Management: 15,000
Project management: 15,000
Environmental Science: 15,000
Environmental Engineering: 15,000
Public health: 15,000
Dublin City University Scholarships:
DCU Merit Scholarships
DCU offers partial merit-based scholarships to some international students.
When you apply as an international student to study at DCU, we automatically consider you for a scholarship.
We’ll let you know if you have qualified for a scholarship when we contact you to advise
if your application to study at DCU has been successful. Certain conditions apply.
Government of Ireland – International Education Scholarship
Under the initiative, 60 scholarships will be provided for one year of study at a Bachelor,
Masters or Ph.D. levels to successful candidates who have an offer of a place at an eligible Irish higher education institution.
The offer is open to students from non-EU/EEA countries and is applicable to all fields of study.
Students who are successful will receive:
A €10,000 stipend for one year’s study
A full fee waiver of all tuition and other registration costs at the higher education institution
Applications can be submitted via the online portal
DCU International Merit Scholarship
Worth up to €2000
Terms and Conditions
Students must be NON-EU Self-Funding studying for the first time at DCU and liable for full NON-EU fees-only and students must not be in receipt of other scholarship funding. Scholarships are ‘one off’, and ‘standalone’ and will be offset against tuition only on Full Time One Year Masters Programmes and Year One only of Full-Time Undergraduate Programmes.