Trinity Business Student of the Year 2019
Trinity Business School and Trinity Business Alumni in association with Bank of Ireland are delighted to announce that applications for the 25th Trinity Business Student of the Year Awards are now open.
The Award recognises and celebrates undergraduate Senior Sophister students who have achieved excellence on a number of dimensions, including academic, athletic, entrepreneurial, and social engagement. Thanks to the long-standing support of both the Trinity Business Alumni and Bank of Ireland, the award has had a long history of incentivising students to develop their skills and broaden their scope.
The Bank of Ireland Gold Medal will be presented to the winner by Provost, Dr Patrick Prendergast, at the awards ceremony on Tuesday, 9th April 2019 hosted by the Bank in the splendid and historic House of Lords on College Green.
Parents and friends are invited to join students at the celebrations.
Nominate a student (or yourself) today
We all know that one person in class who stands out from the crowd. That classmate who not only has an excellent academic record but excels in sport, has started their own business, made significant contributions to campus life or society beyond its gates. Don’t let them go unrecognised, nominate them for the Business Student of the Year award. Students can also nominate themselves.
How to nominate
It’s simple, click on the Nomination link below, include the name of the student you wish to nominate (or your own name) to Yvonne Agnew at email@example.com.
Closing date for nominations: Friday, 7th December 2018.
Applications for Business Student of the Year
Nominees will be asked to send a short letter outlining their achievements and why they should win the award along with their CV through the link below to Yvonne Agnew at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are open for undergraduate Senior Sophister students.
Closing date for applications: Friday, 25th January 2018.
The six shortlisted students will be interviewed by a panel from the Bank of Ireland, Trinity Business Alumni and the Careers Office. The winner will be announced at the awards ceremony in March.
Here are winners from previous years:
|2006||Graham Villiers Tuthill|
|2011||Daniel Philbin Bowman|
|2017||Benn F Hogan|