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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 37th in the world by Eduniversal in 2013, and the Trinity MBA is among the top 39 globally, as recognised in the 2013 QS Elite Global Business Schools.

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Latest News

  • EU Workshop - S3 Platform
    Professor Louis Brennan was an invited speaker at Farmleigh recently. The S3 Platform assists EU countries and regions to develop, implement and review their Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation (RIS3).
  • LaunchBox
    Business students are among the entrepreneurs which LaunchBox has mentored, through the guidance of the Trinity ‘Angels’, a network of entrepreneurs and business experts who are alumni and friends of Trinity.
  • The End of Western Capitalism
    Professor William Kingston's article in the Journal of Evolutionary Economics titled "Schumpeter and the End of Western Capitalism" discusses Schumpeter's prediction that centralised financing would follow the bailing-out of banks by governments.
  • 30th EGOS Colloquium
    School of Business Ph.D. students, Sheila Cannon and John Healy, presented their research at the 2014 Colloquium in Rotterdam.
  • Journal Article Accepted
    A paper written by Paul Lyons, Ph.D. student in the School of Business and Professor Louis Brennan titled "A typology and meta-analysis of oursourcing relationship frameworks" has been accepted for publication.

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Last updated 28 August 2014 business@tcd.ie.