Welcome to the Trinity School of Business
A warm welcome to the School of Business, Trinity College Dublin. The School is proud to offer a wide range of programmes at undergraduate, postgraduate and MBA level to the most able students in a challenging, but friendly and nurturing environment. The School of Business has a globally-recognised track record in all areas of Business research, most particularly international business, public service management, social entrepreneurship and finance. The School is ranked 16th in Western Europe by Eduniversal. The Trinity MBA is ranked No 1 MBA programme in Ireland, Full Time and Part Time and 9th and 6th respectively in Europe, in Eduniversal's latest report.
Open Days, Evenings & Fairs:
Conferences and Seminars:
- Pension Policy Research Group Annual Conference 17 June
- Research Seminars
- Infinity Conference on International Finance 2015
Exchange and Visiting Undergraduate Students:
- Information leaflet for students taking modules in Business, Economics, Political Science, Sociology and Philosophy
- Inaugural Lecture - Dean, Trinity Business School
The Dean of Trinity Business School, Professor Andrew Burke, will present his Inaugural Lecture titled “The New Entrepreneurship” on Monday 12th October 2015 at 6pm, in the Exam Hall.
- Harvard Business School lecture in Trinity
Harvard Business School Alumni President, Jonathan O’Grady and Fergal Naughton recently hosted a breakfast in the Science Gallery, followed by a lecture given by Professor George Serafeim titled: “Winning Back Trust: Lessons from the Greek crisis”
- David McWilliams joins Trinity Business School
Trinity Business School has announced that David McWilliams, economist, columnist and best-selling author, will be joining the faculty and delivering a course on global economics on the Trinity Executive MBA.
- Trinity Business School's New Executive Programme
Bank of Ireland has announced that it will sponsor the ‘Trinity International Growth Programme, in partnership with Bank of Ireland and the British Irish Chamber of Commerce’, a bespoke executive education programme for senior executives in SMEs across the Republic of Ireland, Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
- Discover Research Night - 25.9.15
As part of Discover Research Night, Professor of International Business & Development, Frank Barry, presented his research on the topic "The Leading Manufacturing Firms in the 1920s Irish Free State: Photographs and Forensics".