(known as an Eircode in Ireland)
ICD’s postcode might be the easiest way to find ICD is you are searching with an online mapping or navigation platform such as Google Maps.
ICD’s postcode/Eircode is: D02 TX84
Please note: the ‘0’ in our postcode is a zero, not the letter O
Finding ICD on a Map
Travelling to ICD: Public Transportation
Dublin and Ireland have the following public transportation available for you to use. Prices vary depending on distances travelled. However, the good news is that many providers will provide a student discount.
- DublinBikes provide bicycles for short rental (e.g. 1 hour) across Dublin
- Bus Eireann provides bus/coach transportation all over Ireland
- Irish Rail provide train/rail transportation all over Ireland
- DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit) provide train/rail transportation in Dublin and Wicklow
If you need any advice on how best to travel to ICD safely, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Ms. June Shannon (Student Liaison Manager).
ICD Business School: A Vibrant Community of Learning and Scholarship
ICD Provides a High-Quality Education
ICD (International College Dublin) Business School was established in 2001 for the purpose of providing high-quality, third-level qualifications in Business and Accounting to both EU and non-EU students. The college currently offers three programmes leading to leading to major awards at levels 8 and 9 of the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) in its areas of specialism, namely the BA (Hons) in Accounting & Finance, BA (Hons) in Business Studies, and MA in Accounting and Finance. The college also offers ACCA tuition as part of its BA Hons in Business Studies and BA Hons in Accounting with graduates receiving up to 9 exemptions (F1 to F9).
ICD is a Boutique College: Every Individual Learner is Treated Equally
ICD is a ‘boutique college’, offering specifically tailored courses of education to small groups of dedicated students, and guaranteeing lecturer to learner ratios that create an environment in which students are actively encouraged to participant, interact and engage. Because of its deliberate policy of small learner group sizes – typically no more than 40 in a traditional lecture setting, or 20 in a tutorial or demonstration – ICD lecturers are free to provide learners with the individual attention they require to achieve their academic goals. ‘Quality’, ‘Consistency’, and ‘Caring’ are watchwords that embody ICD’s organisational ethos, which proceeds from the belief that a truly quality academic experience can only be delivered by world class academics, teaching to small class sizes, backed up by a caring, personal and understanding administration system.
ICD Values Diversity
ICD is committed to creating a culture in which no learner or staff member is discriminated against on the basis of age, race, colour, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religious belief, national or ethnic origin, or disability. ICD has also adopted a policy of transparent and non-discriminatory pricing, with academic fees set at the same level for all students irrespective of nationality or EU citizenship. The only exception to this arises if a student applies to ICD from abroad and requires visa assistance, which can lead to once-off fees. The college offers students a uniquely diverse learning environment, and currently serves learners from over forty five countries, including Ireland, Belarus, China, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Brazil, Poland, South Korea, Iran, Mongolia, Nepal, the United States, the United Kingdom, Russia, Peru, Croatia, Cameroon Nigeria, Venezuela, Malawi, Mauritius, Vietnam, and South Africa.
We are a proud member of ICOS (the Irish Council for International Students) and regularly hold consultations with ICOS in order to promote diversity and inclusion for International Students at ICD and in Irish Education generally.
ICD’s Mission Statement
At ICD Business School, we want all of our students to enjoy learning and to achieve success
ICD’s Core Values
At ICD we:
- Value all learners equally.
- Support all learners in achieving their personal learning goals.
- Strive to provide a learning experience of the highest quality.
- Provide enriching and authentic learning opportunities that are accessible for all students.
- Ensure that all learners are assessed fairly and consistently.
- Endeavour to offer programmes of study that are innovative, up-to-date, and responsive to changing demands.
- Collaborate enthusiastically with learners and key internal and external stakeholders.
- Promote an institution-wide culture of quality, integrity, and continuous improvement.
- Support the continuing professional development of our staff.
- Maintain a resource base which is sufficient to ensure sustainability and a governance structure which is inclusive, learner-centred, and quality-enhancing.
To provide our learners with an educational experience that will equip them with the knowledge, understanding, skills, and competencies essential for employability, life-long learning, and entrepreneurship, in contemporary life.
We will fulfil this vision and mission by:
- Developing and delivering a relevant and responsive curriculum;
- Achieving high quality of provision and services through a culture of continuous improvement;
- Promoting employability and diverse learning opportunities;
- Promoting equality and diversity in all aspects of our work;
- Meeting the learning needs of individuals, communities and employers;
- Promoting a collaborative approach to identifying and meeting learner needs, and providing appropriate pastoral and learning supports;
- Ensuring good financial control to safeguard the future of the college and the sustainability of quality education provision
- Continuously improving our Quality Assurance Framework through consultation internally and externally.