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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.

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Latest News

  • Recruiting
    Trinity Business School is currently recruiting for the following posts: Associate and Assistant Professors in Business x 8, Accreditation and Ranking Manager, MSc Programme Director, Postgraduate Career Development & Alumni Officer.
  • Innovation, Entrepreneurship and New Venture Development
    Professor Majella Giblin's students Jonathan McGee, Ali McGinley, Ciara McEniff & Patrick Folan won best video pitch of a business idea with 'GreenCar'. Judges included Peaches Kemp of Itsa, Ian Barrett of Joule and Sean Duffy Programme Director of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year.
  • The Behaviour of Traders
    Professor of Finance Brian Lucey demonstrates the idiosyncratic behaviour of traders at psychologically important price points in his latest research “Behavioral Influences in Non-Ferrous Metals Prices”.
  • Trinity Student Entrepreneurs
    The Trinity Entrepreneurial Society (TES) and Dublin University Computer Science Society (DUCSS) organised a daylong event for business and computer science students to develop a realistic business concept.

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Last updated 26 March 2015 business@tcd.ie.