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Donna Hogan

"Studying at the Trinity Business School opened up a wide range of career possibilities" - Donna Hogan

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The Business School aims to provide you with a comprehensive knowledge of the discipline of management and an understanding of business and other organisations, with a view to preparing you for leadership roles in Irish and international organisations.

The School's courses are not narrowly vocational and the knowledge you gain will not be rendered obsolete shortly after graduation. The philosophy and design of all programmes and courses concentrate on developing breadth of vision and depth of insight, together with rigorous patterns of critical thought and analysis. This is achieved through the study of theory, concepts and techniques and their application in a manner designed to endure through time and across international boundaries within a flexible career structure.

Our graduates gain employment in a wide range of fields including: Accountancy, Banking, Consultancy, Graduate Training Programmes, Marketing, Teaching, Trading, Commercial Banking, Fund Accounting, Fund Analysis, Journalism, HR, Event Management, Voluntary Aid.

Our students work for a variety of firms on leaving Trinity, including Bank of Ireland, Barclays Capital Group, BDO Simpson Xavier, BP Oil Europe, Dell Computers, Deloitte & Touche, Dept of Foreign Affairs, Ernst & Young, Guinness, Institute of Chartered Accountants, KPMG, Morgan Stanley, Permanent TSB, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and The Financial Times, London.

The University's Careers Advisory Service will support you in planning your future career through workshops, seminars, employer presentations, and advice on writing CVs and applying for posts. VACWORK is an undergraduate programme designed to give students the opportunity to gain career related work experience during vacation time. The programme encourages students to avail of the opportunity to develop skills, which will be valuable when they enter the world of work.

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Last updated 23 April 2015