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Why study on our Masters Programmes?

Trinity College is one of the oldest and best-known universities in Europe. As the oldest university in Ireland, dating from 1592, Trinity has upheld a reputation of tradition and quality in education. 

The Business School has played a key role in the development of business leaders – its alumni span the senior management ranks of industry in Ireland and of many multinational corporations.   We believe that in today’s competitive global market, diversification of skills is even more important if you are to get the career you really want.   The MSc in Business and Management offers non-business graduates the following:

  • Comprehensive Syllabi.  Through our comprehensive syllabi of modules covering multiple dimensions of business and management, you will obtain a sound understanding of business, management and organisational principles, as well as honing your analytic and problem solving skills.  Building on your diverse academic background, this grounding in solid business and management principles and practices will give you a competitive edge in the market, and allow you to take charge of your career direction.

  • World Class Educators. Our faculty – many of whom are also experienced practitioners, consultants, advisors, board members and executives – combine their research-based teaching with a ‘high-touch’ educational philosophy. All of our courses are delivered by a combination of our faculty, leading academics and professional specialists in their fields, drawn from around the globe.
  • Intimate Class Sizes. You will be part of a small class, so you can be assured of close one-to-one working relationships with both your fellow students and the faculty. Classes are designed to be highly interactive, combining academic rigour with real-world relevance, and you will benefit from engaging lectures, class discussions and presentations, role plays, real-life case studies, group assignments, regular seminars from guest speakers, software-based exercises, and simulations.

Last updated 22 August 2014