Fees and Scholarships
Full-time one-year: €29,500
Part-time two years: €15,000 per year
€40 (to be paid online)
Trinity MBA Scholars Fund
The Trinity MBA Scholars Fund has been made possible by the generous donations of friends of Trinity's School of Business.
The Trinity MBA Scholars Fund is highly selective. Applicants will be required to meet the academic, linguistic and GMAT entry criteria for the MBA programme and will have demonstrated personal qualities and potential to fulfil future leadership roles in business and society. The selection of students for scholarships is the responsibility of the Fund's trustees.
Applications will only be considered from full-time candidates who have been accepted onto the programme. First round decisions on the award of Scholarships will be made in May preceding year of entry.
Recipients of awards will be expected to contribute to School related activities during the term of the Scholarship.
Click here for a Trinity MBA Scholars Fund Application Form
The John Murray Scholarships
The passing of Professor John Murray came as a shock to colleagues in the university, academic and business communities. A supremely gifted teacher, John was renowned for his piercing intellect and easy charm. The John Murray Scholarships were developed to provide a lasting scholarship initiative in Professor Murray’s memory to help provide a leadership pool of Trinity College alumni from developing countries who would over time make a meaningful contribution to both the business community and society at large.
North South Scholarships
Universities Ireland, the body which promotes collaboration between the nine universities in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, is offering two scholarships to students undertaking a recognised Master’s course (taught or research) in the other Irish jurisdiction. This scholarship is worth €20,000 (approx. Stg£14,000) and must be taken up in September or October. Website