Trinity College Dublin

Skip to main content.

Top Level TCD Links




Q. How much does the MSc cost?

A. The Masters in International Management has an annual fee of €14,000 for EU students and €17,000 for Non EU Students.
Back to Top

Q. How long does it take?

A. The course lasts 11 months, with coursework over the September-April period and dissertation work over the May-August period.
Back to Top

Q. What are the minimum entry requirements?

A. You should have obtained an honours degree  with at least a grade of upper second or equivalent. Non-EU students may be required to submit a GMAT result. If English is not your native language, or you have not undertaken your undergraduate degree through English, you will also need to satisfy the university language requirements.
Back to Top

Q. What is the closing date for applications?

A. The closing date for applications for this academic year is June 2015.
Back to Top

Q. How do you choose students?

A. We do not apply mechanistic rules, and strive in the admissions process to create a class that will be balanced in terms of experience and background. The key elements that we will use include your undergraduate (and graduate if relevant) degree results, a GMAT score of at least 550 (non-EU applicants only), references and (if relevant) work experience.
Back to Top

Q. How is the course delivered?

A. The course delivery is in an intensive bloc format. Typically each module (c 24h class contact) is delivered over a one-week bloc.
Back to Top

Q. How do I apply?

Application should be made only via our online application system at   If you do not have your final degree results, include detailed transcripts for each year you have completed and forward your final results as soon as you receive the details.
Back to Top

Q. Can I work while undertaking the course?

A. We do not recommend that you work while taking the course.
Back to Top

Q. How is the MSc examined and assessed?

A. Students must achieve a minimum of a pass grade in twelve taught modules and a dissertation submitted on a topic approved by the Course Director. Taught modules will be assessed by way of written examinations and prescribed coursework.  To pass a module, students must satisfactorily complete any associated practical work for that module, and/or obtain a pass mark (50%) in any examination for that module. 

Assessment of the dissertation is via an examinable research report. To satisfactorily complete a dissertation, students must submit their dissertation by the prescribed date and must obtain a passing mark.
Back to Top

Q. Can you tell me more about Trinity College Dublin?

A. The University of Dublin, Trinity College, founded in 1592, is the oldest university in Ireland. Trinity College is the sole constituent college of the University. At present there are over 12,000 students and 1,200 staff members working on the College campus. Standing on a self-contained site in the heart of Dublin, the College covers some 40 acres of cobbled squares and green spaces, around buildings which represent the accumulated architectural riches of nearly three centuries. Follow these links for information on the College,  a virtual tour and information on its visitor attractions including the Book of Kells.
Back to Top

Q. Can you tell me more about Dublin and Ireland?

A. Dublin is the capital of Ireland. Situated on the river Liffey, its foundations lie in the Viking era. With a population of 1.2m, Dublin is a lively busy city with all the attractions of a capital. More detailed information on the city, from the perspective of a prospective student, can be found at the International Office website.
Back to Top


Last updated 25 September 2014