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Trinity Business School Master programmes setting new Global and European standards:

The Trinity MSc in Digital Marketing now No. 1 in the World

July 2018

The MSc in Digital Marketing Strategy class visit to Facebook European Headquarters on 13th June 2018.

Eduniversal Best Masters rankings has again placed Trinity Business School's master programmes among the best in the World. Nearly all of rankings for the School's programmes increased significantly, with new programmes entering the rankings well placed globally and the MSc Digital Marketing Strategy named as the global number 1.

Eduniversal are one of the most important business school rankings outside the English speaking world. The rankings are weighted towards the opinion of recruiters, student satisfaction and the salaries of students' first employment after graduation.

Trinity Business School is reaping the rewards of its ambitious growth strategy, with their Executive MBA recently listed in The Economist's global top 50 and ranked 52 in the world renowned QS Executive MBA rankings. The School has grown 78% in the last two years and next year will unveil its new 80 million euro building on Trinity's historic campus, ideally located within walking distance of a dynamic global start-up hub and international industry. It has also invested heavily in its careers and development team in order to support students as they transition into work.

Professor Andrew Burke, Dean of Trinity Business School commented: 'Our high growth strategy is about realising the Global potential of Trinity Business School.  It involves a clear vision which brings the unique blend of Trinity’s cutting edge research, industry engagement and ethical values to the World stage.  The realisation of that strategy occurs through teamwork where people are allowed to be innovative, are trusted and given responsibility.  So we can be immensely proud of the leadership shown by our Masters Directors who in close collaboration with professional staff, faculty, alumni and students have created and developed a World leading portfolio of postgraduate masters degrees; as recognised by these outstanding Eduniversal rankings.  The outcome not only benefits the resulting graduates and businesses who employ them, but also involves a major economic boost for the Irish economy generally both in terms of bringing in overseas earnings and transforming the labour force into the highly skilled and diverse type that helps international business to thrive.'

The programme rankings are as follows:

MSc Digital Marketing Strategy: 1st in the World for E-Business and Digital Marketing

Rising from 13th in the World last year.

Professor Laurent Muzellec, Director of the MSc in Digital Marketing said: 'Being ranked as the best in the world is amazing and a tribute to the administrative staff, academics, industry experts and students who all play a role in the success of this Masters. We have an amazing team of teachers coming from both industry and academia: five members of our teaching staff already received teaching awards this year. The feedback from students has been very positive as the modules taught on our masters received well above 4 out of 5 on their teaching evaluation. Participants in the Masters seems to find jobs very quickly and most of our students are already in full time positions before graduation. So, we are absolutely delighted with the ranking results but not completely surprised as we could already feel that we were doing something right.'

MSc Management: 1st in Ireland, 1st in Western Europe for ‘Management in Western Europe’

MSc Finance: 1st in Ireland, 2nd in Western Europe for ‘Corporate Finance in Western Europe’

MSc International Management: 1st in Ireland, 3rd in Western Europe for ‘International Management in Western Europe’

Professor Paul Ryan, Director of the MSc in International Management said: 'This high ranking for our MSc in International Management comes as a result of the strong student cohort from across the globe on the programme, contemporary international curriculum and dedicated programme lecturing staff.'

MBA: 1st in Ireland, 4th in Western Europe for ‘MBA full time in Western Europe’

MSc Marketing: 5th in Western Europe for ‘Marketing in Western Europe’

Professor Sarah Brown, Director of MSc Marketing said: 'I am delighted that our MSc in marketing has been ranked 1st in Ireland and 5th in Western Europe by Eduniversal Best Masters Rankings 2018, only two short years after its launch. This achievement and recognition, I believe, is a reflection of the considerable thought and effort that has gone in to designing and delivering a programme that offers the definitive blend of modules anchored around three key pillars of marketing in the 21st century; understanding consumers, global, ethical marketing strategy, and market digitization.'

PG Diploma Accounting: 10th in Western Europe for ‘Accounting in Western Europe’

Diploma Director, Neil Dunne said: 'We are delighted to receive this recognition from Eduniversal. Trinity's Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting continues to go from strength to strength, and has earned praise from students, alumni, employers and professional accountancy bodies. We will continue to ensure that our students are at the forefront of current developments in professional accounting, and they will graduate from Trinity well-positioned for a career in accounting, finance and related areas.'

Executive MBA: 1st in Ireland, 15th in Western Europe for ‘Executive MBA in Western Europe’

MSc Entrepreneurship: 1st in Ireland, 34th in the World for Entrepreneurship (Global Ranking)

Professor Giulio Buciuni, Director of MSc Entrepreneurship said: 'It's great to see that a brand new programme like the MSc Entrepreneurship has already been acknowledged globally. Being ranked 1st in Ireland is a very encouraging start and reflects Trinity's entrepreneurial spirit, which is second to none in Europe. The goal is to keep growing the programme, engage with relevant stakeholders like investors, service providers and high-potential small businesses and become in the near future a benchmark for entrepreneurship in Europe.'

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