Accounting and Marketing - Dual BSc (Hons)
Full program details & costs, with admission requirements. Discover your dream program.
What Ulster University says about their program:
"Studying business at the Magee campus provides students with extensive choice. In this case Accounting may be taken as an equal main subject, with Marketing as the other equal main subject."
We will guide you through the application procedure; please see the details below.
Most of the courses require a minimum English level of IELTS 6.0 or equivalent, with no band score under 5.5. Trinity ISE: Pass at level III (with a pass in each component) also meets this requirement. TOEFL, PTE and CAE are also accepted
The minimum required to be considered for entry to our undergraduate programmes is the equivalent of three A-levels at CCC. However, some programmes will require higher grades and particular subjects.
A minimum of a 2:1 Honours degree, or equivalent
Fees and funding
- Undergraduate tuition
£14,480 / year
- Graduate tuition ranges from £14,480 / year to £16,210 / year
International Undergraduate Scholarship
Open to all new international (non-EU) entrants on the first year of a full-time undergraduate course delivered on one of our Northern Ireland campuses, commencing September 2020. £2,000 scholarship applied as discount to your annual tuition fee.
International Postgraduate Scholarship
Open to all new international (non-EU) entrants on the first year of a full-time postgraduate course delivered on one of our Northern Ireland campuses, commencing September 2020. £2,000 scholarship applied as a discount to your tuition fee.
John J Sweeney Scholarship
The John J Sweeney Scholarship is based at the world-renowned International Conflict Research Institute (INCORE) at Ulster University, and supports students enrolled to study full-time on the MSc in Peace and Conflict Studies , based on the Jordanstown campus (Belfast).
The Scholarship has a value of $20,000 and must be used towards the Scholar’s tuition fees. Any balance remaining may be used to purchase study materials/equipment, support course-related activities and/or in support of the Scholar’s living expenses and travel costs.