|bachelor of science (bs / bsc)||€24,004 - €58,723|
|bachelor of engineering (beng / be)||€26,943 - €55,115|
|Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS)||€24,867 - €61,000|
|Master of science (ms)||€60,000|
|bachelor of arts (BA)||€39,494|
|Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)||€60,000|
|Master of Computer Science (MCS)||€34,412|
|Bachelor of Business (BB)||€25,000|
|Bachelor of Technology (BT / BTech)||€40,695|
|Master of Business Administration (MBA), Sports Management||€100,000|
|Master of Business Administration (MBA), Business Management||€58,125|
|Master of Technology (MTech)||€58,004|
|Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering (BSME)||€44,000|
|Master of Engineering (MEng / ME)||€57,500|
|Certificate (Cert), Information Technology (IT)||€38,000|
|Advanced manufacturing technology||€55,495|
Country: Ireland | Currency: EUR | Updated: 19 Aug 2017 | Individuals Reporting: 190
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