Trinity Business School’s postgraduate programmes continue to rise in QS rankings
October 10th, 2018
The recent QS Global MBA 2019 and QS Best Masters Rankings 2019, published on 25 September, have placed Trinity Business School’s postgraduate programmes among the best in the World.
Trinity Business School is reaping the rewards of its ambitious growth strategy, with many of its postgraduate programmes ranked higher than last year. The School has grown 132% in the last three years and next March 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: 'The improved rankings of our postgraduate degrees in the QS rankings reflects how the graduates of Trinity Business School are highly valued and sought after by employers who make a major input into these rankings. It shows that we are selecting and developing high calibre students who upon graduation are prepared for 21st Century business.'
The programme rankings are as follows:
- MBA: 33rd in Europe, 96th in the World (QS Global MBA Rankings 2019)
Amanda Shantz, Director of the Trinity MBA said: 'The Trinity MBA has yet again increased its standing on the QS Global MBA Rankings 2019. We’ve accelerated to 96th place in the world, and 33rd in Europe. This is an indication of our commitment to evidence-based learning, student wellbeing, and our ability to prepare our students to excel in an ever-changing global landscape.'
- MSc in Marketing: 1st in Ireland, 11th in Europe, 14th in the World (QS Masters in Marketing Rankings 2019)
- MSc in International Management: 1st in Ireland, 19th in Europe, 23rd in the World (QS Masters in Management Rankings 2019)
Rising from 31st in the World and 25th in Europe last year.
- MSc in Finance: 24th in Europe, 29th in the World (QS Masters in Finance Rankings 2019)
Rising from 40th in the World last year.