Trinity Business School was founded in 1925 and has had an innovative role in management education and research which both serve and influence industry. Over the years, our School has played a pioneering role in bringing the MBA to Europe as well as having a series of top ranked MSc programmes.
1. Education focused on careers and business performance. Programmes which create great careers for our graduates and excellent performance for the businesses in which they are engaged.
2. We take a deep and responsible view of the term ‘business performance’ which creates an awareness beyond profit to include the impact of business on the wider economy and society.
3. The personal development and well-being of our students. We provide opportunities for our students to explore and to develop their business and personal potential on our degree programmes as well to prepare them for a healthy career existence in today’s dynamic but often stressful work environment.
Research in Trinity Business School is both a collective and individual endeavour. The basic element of research is the inquisitive individual mind, seeking answers to managerially relevant questions. Much of our work is carried out individually, but much also is undertaken in local, national or international collaborations. Our research, broadly considered, falls under a number of thematic areas. These themes are not however exclusive and we all work, separately and together, across a wide and diverse range.
Named by New York Times as one of the top 150 global universities most highly rated by employers, we provide opportunities for students to develop their full potential and prepare them for today’s work environment. Our Career Development team give career guidance as well as the tools and skills necessary to advance in their academic and professional lives.
The Global Room is staffed by student ambassadors who can help you navigate Trinity, Dublin and beyond. Many are international students or have lived abroad and all of them are available to chat when you drop into the room. With over 300 international television channels, you can relax and catch up on the news from home. During term, the room is open from 9.30am to 9.00pm Monday - Friday.
There are many accommodation options available to students who are studying at Trinity Business School. Student accommodation varies from halls, on and off-campus, to apartments and private facilities around the city of Dublin. Accommodation is in high demand and we recommend that you apply for a room as early as possible.
The TCD Accommodation Office runs an Accommodation Advisory Service in the Arts Building from early September until the end of the Postgraduate Induction Week. See their website for more details.
The Library’s history dates back to the establishment of the College in 1592 and it is the largest library in Ireland. Today it has over 6 million printed volumes with extensive collections of journals and online databases.
IT Services is the central provider of computing facilities and services to students and staff of Trinity College Dublin. Their website contains comprehensive information e.g. information for new students; college computer rooms amongst other services.
The Health Centre is located in a modern, purpose built premises situated on Trinity Campus. Visit their website to see the services they have to offer.
Trinity Business School sits right at the heart of Dublin. Global finance, tech, agricultural and pharmaceutical multinationals, and the energetic start-ups based in Silicon Docks are only minutes away. Many of these contribute to all of our postgraduate programmes and global business network. Within a kilometre of campus are the European headquarters of:
Membership to the Sports Centre is included in the tuition fee. All registered students with a current Trinity ID card will have full access to the state-of-the-art Sports Centre. Students have free access to the Fitness Theatre, which has a full range of cardiovascular and weights stations. Also available is the swimming pool,the Climbing Wall, Aerobics Fitness and Cycling Studios, Mind and Body Studio, changing rooms, Ancillary Hall for Martial Arts and Main Hall for a variety of indoor sports. Off campus there are extensive playing fields at Santry and the Trinity Boat Club has its boathouse on the River Liffey at Islandbridge.
There are over 100 societies in college, covering a huge variety of interests.
Visit our website to discover business-related clubs and societies.
Trinity Business School is the No. 1 business school in Ireland - Eduniversal, 2017.
Ranked 1st in Ireland, and in the World’s Top 100 Full Time MBAs - The Economist, 2017.
Trinity College is ranked 1st in Ireland and in the top 100 universities in the World - QS World University Rankings, 2018.
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