Business School Campaign
Building for the Future
Already one of the leading business schools in Ireland, Trinity’s School of Business has embarked on an ambitious development plan to position itself inthe league of top European Business Schools. The last five years have seen the School expand its activities at all levels: new undergraduate degrees in conjunction with the Law School, the School of Computer Science, and the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, and new postgraduate degrees in Finance and International Management. And, in 2011 for the first time, the School’s MBA programme, which was established in 1964, was offered on a part-time schedule. To support this expansion, the School has made key academic appointments, a number of which have been generously supported by individuals and industry.
The next phase of transformation, involves the construction of a new business School overlooking the College’s rugby pitch. The Business School Campaign is being led by Professor Gerard McHugh and is gaining enormous support from alumni and others. We are delighted that seven alumni and friends have already very generously agreed to become Founding Patrons of the School. In early 2012, the second phase of the Campaign - the Patron level, will be launched. The assistance of alumni in engaging others with the School has been critical to the success of the Campaign to date. The School would like to extend its sincere gratitude to alumni and friends for the remarkable goodwill and assistance and in particular, to those who have agreed to support the School by becoming Founding Patrons and Patrons of the new School.
Visit the School of Business website to find out more about what's going on in the School or email Deirdre Tracey or contact her by phone on +353 1 896 2088 if you would like to learn more about how you can get involved.