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Grafton College of Management Sciences

Dublin, Ireland
Campus setting Urban
Living cost USD 1,009 per month
Student population Medium (1,001 to 10,000)
International students Contact the university / college
Institution type Private

About Grafton College of Management Sciences

Grafton College is a global institution reaching out to people on every continent.

Our mission is the provision of a first class learning experience that will equip students with the skills, ability and knowledge to successfully compete in their chosen discipline.

We aim to provide access to relevant and challenging learning opportunities for all adult students regardless of their background.

Our on-going commitment to providing fair and equal treatment to our students, staff and anyone we deal with ensures a welcoming and friendly study and work environment.

Campus information

Grafton College is equipped with many resources that you should take full advantage of whilst you are studying with us. From an interactive and constantly updated virtual learning environment to an onsite library and IT facilities.  This page will provide you with more information about the facilities we offer at the London campus and how you can make full use of them.

  • Moodle
  • Grafton Library
  • EBSCO E-Library
  • Local Libraries
  • IT Facilities
  • Discount Scheme

London is a hub for cultural diversity and famous for its history, letting you benefit from an amazing range of opportunities that aid your studies and cultural knowledge.

Grafton College benefits from a great location, close to a large number of transport links with connections to all London airports and all major historic and contemporary sights.

The College is located in lively Shepherds Bush in West London which is known for its multicultural, student-friendly and artistic atmosphere. It is also home to the BBC Television Centre and Westfield London, a gigantic mall with shops, restaurants and entertainment facilities.


Living in London can be pricey and you should allow at least £1000 per month to cover your living costs, according to UK Border Agency guidelines. This includes accommodation, gas and electricity, food, clothing, books and daily travel expenses. However, you should remember that many of London’s wonderful attractions, including museums, art galleries and parks are free or heavily discounted for students.  


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