FIE students are directly enrolled into one of three universities:

  • Dublin Business School
  • Trinity College Dublin
  • University College Dublin

You have access to all academic resources available at your institution of choice including libraries, computer labs, online resources and more. In addition, you benefit from the support of the professional staff at FIE Dublin.

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FIE Writing Support Tutors are available to all FIE Dublin students to help you strengthen your writing skills. Our professional tutors can help you from the brainstorming phase, through drafting and revision. Whether you are an experienced writer or just starting out, you can benefit from working with a Writing Support Tutor (WST). At FIE, we pride ourselves on our academics. The Irish way of writing may be a little different from what you’re used to, so it pays to get advice.


Learn more about how to get in contact and how a WST can help you: Writing Support Tutors 


Study facilities at Dublin Business School include the DBS Undergraduate Library, located on the second floor of the 13-14 Aungier Street building, as well as the Postgraduate / Law Library at Dame Street. You have access to all of their up-to-date print and electronic resources including over 50,000 books, 194 print journals, over 750 e-book titles, 45,000 full-text electronic journals and an extensive portfolio of online databases. The libraries provide modern, state-of-the-art facilities for undergraduate and postgraduate students. A recently opened 35,000 square-foot facility at Castle House, South Great George’s Street, provides students with enhanced classrooms, a computer lab and a student recreation area. 


The Trinity College Dublin library includes extensive online resources as well as collections of manuscripts and archives dating from the 13th-century. The library is home to the Book of Kells, the illumniated manuscript containing the four Gospels of the New Testement written circa 800 AD. In addition to these historical manuscripts, you have access to an extensive menu of online resources.


Academic resources at University College Dublin include the extensive library system and online research facilities. The libraries provide modern, state-of-the-art facilities for undergraduate and postgraduate students. In addition, UCD students have access to a wide variety of resources through the Office for International Students including Student Support Services and the UCD Global Lounge. 

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