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Your Country: China

Entry Requirements

 

Undergraduate

 

Qualification Leads to entry into
National Senior High School Graduation Certificate plus National college entrance exams (Gaokao)
Foundation
One year at a recognised university in China with an overall average of 70% (GPA 2.0/4) or above 
University College Graduation Diploma or a Graduation Diploma from Radio and TV Universities / Spare-time Universities / Training Colleges for Administrative cadres / Higher Education Self-Study Examinations or Adult Education at Zhuanke level with high grades DaZhuan or Zhuan Ke 2 year 
Year 1 of Bachelors degrees
A recognised International Foundation course from an Irish/UK institution or a Chinese institution following a validated Irish/UK syllabus. Entry requirements vary but we normally ask for between 60% and 65% Year 1 of Bachelors degrees
Dazhuan three year Diploma in a relevant subject area with 70% (GPA 2.0/4) or above  Year 2 of Bachelors degrees  Year 3 of Bachelors degrees if in a closely related subject area. 
Irish/UK Higher National Diploma (HND)  Year 2 of Bachelors degrees  Year 3 of Bachelors degrees if in a closely related subject area. 

 

Entry onto Postgraduate programmes

If you are applying for a Masters (e.g. MA, MSc, MBA) programme at NCI, you will be required to meet the English Language Requirements and will typically have one of the following qualifications:

  • For Postgraduate courses: Bachelor degree from 211, 985 or top national universities with a GPA 2.0/4 or an overall average grade of 70%;   
  • Bachelor degree from national universities with a GPA 2.3/4 or an overall average grade of 75%;  
  • Bachelor degree from high-ranking private universities with a GPA 2.3/4 or an overall average grade of 75%; or Master degrees with an overall average grade of 70%. 

Representatives in your country

NCI has welcomed students from overseas for a number of years and strives to provide the necessary advice and guidance to help make your arrival in the Ireland and Dublin as easy as possible. NCI has developed an extensive overseas representative network offering enquirers and applicants a variety of services:

  • Counselling in programmes of study and academic issues
  • Resources and information on courses, accommodation, finance, scholarships and life in Dublin
  • Help with applying to the College and assistance throughout the application process
  • Information and advice on NCI’s progression links and partners in your country
  • Assisting with the visa application process
  • Pre-departure advice for students travelling to the Ireland

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NCI does not currently work with agents or representatives from your country.

If you have any queries about study at NCI, would like to be informed about forthcoming events or are planning to visit us, please email us at international@ncirl.ie

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