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
- The Trinity Business School Teaching Excellence Awards
At a reception in the Senior Common Room recently, Professor Andrew Burke, Dean of the Business School, said the 'lifeblood’ of Trinity Business School activities is teaching. He thanked the academic staff who focus on creating some of the most challenging, relevant and interesting modules in this country today.
- 13th Infinity Conference in Ljubljana
250 delegates from 53 countries took part in this year's conference, with 200 papers and 8 special journal issues. Keynote speakers were Jordi Gali of Barcelona and Lisa Kramer of Toronto.
- Professor Crossan joins EU Commission Expert Group
This high-level advisory panel of 42 representatives from local authorities, social entrepreneurs' organisations, the banking sector and the academic and university sector are consulted by the Commission on the development of social entrepreneurship and social economy in Europe.
- Comparative Perspectives between Europe and Asia
Professor Louis Brennan and research collaborator, Professor Philomena Murray examine the factors which drive regionalism and integration in their new book titled 'Drivers of Integration and Regionalism in Europe and Asia'.