Real Life – Real Understanding
We are standing at an inflection point in our history when the demands placed on managers and leaders have never been greater or more complex. This changing world calls for new skills in our graduates and new standards of leadership in education.
Trinity College Dublin's international reputation puts the university at the forefront of higher education – our outstanding performance in international rankings is testament to this achievement.
Trinity is poised to play a dynamic and leading role in setting the future agenda in the business arena. Real Life – Real Understanding: the Campaign for the Trinity School of Business, aims to raise €35m between 2010 and 2015, allowing us develop a new generation of leaders who have the skills to create opportunity out of change.
With the help of major stakeholders, the School plans to transform business education through an innovative business curriculum for undergraduate, masters and doctoral students as well as increasing the number of world-class researchers in the fields of international business, finance, management and entrepreneurship – all situated in a new, state-of-the-art building on the magnificent Trinity College campus.
Trinity School of Business is at the heart of College and business education has always gone beyond building skills. Uniquely situated in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, the Business School's broad educational philosophy aims to develop students of distinction who will have a real impact on the world.
Retaining our firm commitment to the concept of a unitary business school, Trinity's new School of Business aims to have no boundaries – undergraduates, postgraduates, faculty and the business community together will promote the generation of new knowledge whilst at the same time, building the scale in the School necessary to maintain Trinity's position as one of the leading universities of the world.
For further information, please read our Campaign Booklet or contact:
Professor Gerard McHugh, School of Business, Trinity College Dublin