Griffith College offers both Blended and Online courses to suit your lifestyle!

We understand that balancing work, life and study is a challenge and that's why we have developed a suite of Online and Blended Learning courses at undergraduate, postgraduate and professional certification level.  


Download a prospectus to learn more about our Blended and Online courses.

Why choose a Blended or Online course at Griffith College?

Griffith College's diverse range of award-winning Blended and Online courses provide a suitable schedule to suit everyone's needs. The main benefits to choosing these study modes are:

  • Flexibility: You will have more control over your schedule as you will not need to travel to campus for classes as much as full-time and part-time students.
  • IT Help-desk Support: You will have constant access to support from our IT team if you experience any technical difficulties.
  • Accreditation: Our course are held to the highest academic standards to ensure you receive the same learner experience as students on other study modes.
  • Campus Access: As registered students of Griffith College, you will have full access to our campus facilities in Dublin, Cork and Limerick.

So why wait any longer? Explore your options now to get started on an exciting new career! 

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"Realistically, I would not have been able to go back to college if it wasn’t for blended learning. It’s the only way I could have earned a degree while still progressing in my career. By the time I finish, I’ll have a level 8 Bachelors in Business and years of experience in a global marketing company. It would have taken me seven years to achieve what I’ve gotten in four."

Conor Nolan

BA (Hons) Business Studies (Blended)

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"I’ve found the blended nature of the course gave me the best of both worlds. The flexibility of the online material allowed me to balance my studies with working and raising a family, while the small class size in on-campus tutorials fostered a real sense of familiarity with my fellow students and lecturers. This ensured I was always fully supported with my studies."

Nicola Hutchinson

BA (Hons) Business Studies (Blended)

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"To me, studying through blended learning is similar to writing. For the most part it’s just me and my laptop, there’s no one reminding me to get the work done or of impending deadlines. I think self-motivation, determination, focus and good time management are important when considering studying through blended learning."


Sara Donohue

BA (Hons) Business Studies (Blended)