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Mandarin Classes

DTC now offers Chinese Language Classes right in the centre of Dublin.

With three or four* good A Level results, you are well placed for entry into Universities in Ireland or the UK.

The principal difference between A Level and the Irish Leaving Certificate is that three to four subjects are taken instead of the six to eight. The points awarded by Irish universities for each full A Level subject are therefore proportionally higher.

Students wishing to pursue a medical or science-related career have an obvious incentive to take three A Level science subjects (four if applying in Ireland), as opposed to repeating the Leaving Certificate.

Courses

Chinese for International Business

The principal difference between Chinese and the Irish Leaving Certificate is that three to four subjects are taken instead of the six to eight.

Monday and Tuesdays 18hs to 20hs

  • Starts: First week of May
  • Ends: Last week of October

8.750

Chinese for International Business

The principal difference between Chinese and the Irish Leaving Certificate is that three to four subjects are taken instead of the six to eight.

Monday and Tuesdays 18hs to 20hs

  • Starts: First week of May
  • Ends: Last week of October

8.750

  • Well placed for entry into Universities in Ireland or the UK.
  • Points awarded by Irish universities for each full A Level subject are higher.
  • Opportunity to concentrate on their best subjects benefits all.
  • A-level exams are modularised, with the exams composing an A-level qualification
  • Each subject is now divided into either four or six modular units. You choose how manyunits by year
  • In many subjects 20% of the marks are awarded on individual coursework
  • Well placed for entry into Universities in Ireland or the UK.
  • Points awarded by Irish universities for each full A Level subject are higher.
  • Opportunity to concentrate on their best subjects benefits all.
  • A-level exams are modularised, with the exams composing an A-level qualification
  • Each subject is now divided into either four or six modular units. You choose how manyunits by year
  • In many subjects 20% of the marks are awarded on individual coursework