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Information for Recruiters

 

Ireland has been the first economy to start recovering from the European economic crisis.  This has resulted in an increased demand for key talent across a range of industries and sectors.  Graduates of the Trinity MBA programme come from a diverse range of backgrounds but all have completed a rigorous and tough course designed to stretch them across a range of managerial disciplines and in-company projects.

Experiential learning is at the core of the Trinity MBA and our in-depth company projects ensure that our students have a unique, first-hand opportunity to apply what they have learnt in real-world global and local business settings.  Through this process candidates hone both    managerial and leadership skills to the extent that they are ready to make a strong and insightful contribution to any organisation they join upon graduation.

Whether your company is recruiting from the Trinity MBA programme for the first-time or you’re one of our long-standing corporate partners, please keep in touch with Ruth O’Leary (School of Business Career Development Officer) by email (ruth.oleary@tcd.ie) or phone (01-8964256) so that we can keep you on our mailing list and offer you additional services, such as:

  • Opportunities to meet our students and alumni on a regular basis
  • Identification of candidates to meet your specific needs
  • Provision of facilities on-campus for company presentations and/or interviews on campus
  • The MBA Yearbook which includes student profiles

 

Hiring International Students

International students often possess a unique set of skills and experiences that make them an asset to both Irish employers and multinational corporations, including the following:

  • Multilingual skills, multicultural perspectives, and awareness and knowledge of global business practices and markets
  • Ability to access a worldwide network of peers
  • Work experience within a multinational team environment
  • Strong work ethic, high degree of motivation, and ability to perform in today’s marketplace
  • Familiarity and understanding of international business practices

 

The Irish Government Third Level Graduate Scheme

The Irish Government Third Level Graduate Scheme allows non-EU students to work in Ireland in a full time capacity for a period of twelve months from the date of their examination results, after which time they may then apply for a Work Permit/Green Card.

This scheme is open to graduates of approved institutions and programmes, including the Trinity MBA Programme.Many non-EU graduates of the Trinity MBA programme have taken positions with multinational and indigenous companies under the scheme and have gone on to make significant contributions to their employers.

 


Last updated 22 August 2014 business@tcd.ie.