Alumni from all programmes are encouraged to play an active part in enriching the Trinity Business School community and contributing to the ongoing success of the Business School, which benefits you, your fellow alumni and the future students at Trinity Business School.
Here are a few of the ways that you can get involved:
Trinity Business Forum- March 8th 2023
The Trinity Business Forum brings together the Trinity Business School community to discuss the issues facing business and to also provide networking for our alumni, students, academic staff, and the business community. It also provides an opportunity to join current students and your fellow alumni in the Business School building. As part of this event, we will be running a number of masterclasses. Further information on these sessions can be found here: Trinity Business Forum Alumni Timetable 2023.
Are you in a position to:
- Host TBS students on an employer trek at your organisation
- Participate as a guest speaker to impart career advice to TBS students
- Become a mentor to our students to help them pursue challenging and rewarding careers
- Offer employment opportunities to TBS students and graduates
- Introduce your organisation’s HR or hiring managers to the TBS Careers team
Recruit TBS Talent
We offer a range of opportunities for you to promote your vacancies to our students. We offer all of our services free of charge to employers, so if you wish to advertise jobs, internships and projects, raise your profile on campus, get involved with one of our programmes or simply share recruitment news, please contact us.
Post a Job Vacancy
You can access our Trinity Business School JobTeaser site and post a job vacancy here.
Host a MBA or MSc Project
There are a wide variety of student project opportunities available within Trinity Business School that you may wish to get involved in. One of the great benefits of alumni hosting a Strategic Company Project is that they are familiar with the process of the project and can provide relevant feedback and a good project scope.
Participants on the MBA programme undertake team consultancy projects for multinational company, a scaling firm and a social enterprise organisation. One of the great benefits of alumni hosting a MBA project is that they are familiar with the process of the project and can provide relevant feedback and a good project scope.
Our MSc in International Management programmes provide students with the opportunity to undertake a team consulting project with multinational or large organisations.
Please get in touch if you think your company would be interested in hosting a project.
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Engage with our Research Centres
The School’s research centres offer a wide range of possible collaborations such as sponsorship, research partnership projects and even sponsoring a PhD or researcher posts to progress specific areas.
The Centre for Social Innovation (CSI) in Trinity College Dublin is a cross-campus and cross community research and development facility. The Centre's mission is to create a space that fosters social innovation and social entrepreneurial action; generating opportunities to study impactful engagement in society.
The Trinity Centre for Digital Business aims to be a leader in the creation and dissemination of knowledge around Digital Business. The centre develops multi-disciplined research in all area of business revolutionised by digital technologies.
Contact the Careers & Community team for further information and we will work with you to create a customised experience to engage with the students of the Business School.