The MSc in Law and Finance will be beneficial for lawyers working in contract and corporate law, corporate finance, funds, securities, financial regulation, those working in the financial services industry as well as those in the legal sector. Many of those employed in corporate finance in investment banks have a background in law, making the programme a popular choice for those working in banking, asset management or regulation. Our graduates are in a prime position to launch their career in law and finance.
Trinity Business School Career Services
Our dedicated career development team will help you to identify your ideal career path and provide tailored advice on how to achieve your career goals. Through workshops, one-to-one coaching, career psychometric tests and visits from top global employers, students are introduced to our portfolio of company recruiters. The New York Times ranked Trinity in the top 150 global universities in terms of universities’ employers rated most highly.
As a member of the Trinity Alumni, graduates have life-long access to this service. As Ireland’s number 1 business school, employers from all industries aggressively recruit our graduates. In addition, Trinity has a central Careers Advisory Service who advertise job vacancies, host employer events for specific industries and provide a library of career related information.
Other Career Resources Exclusive to Trinity
Vault’s Career Insider is a premier resource for career opportunities that links employers with graduates and the Going Global strategic career planning resource. Packed with country-specific career information, this research tool provides expert advice for finding employment on an international stage.
Graduate Work Visa for International Students
Ireland is one of the only European countries to provide a two year graduate work visa. The Irish Third Level Graduate scheme exists to allow legally resident non-EEA third level graduates to remain in Ireland for the purpose of seeking employment and applying for a green card or work permit. The Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service provide full details and FAQs on their website. Visit the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service's website to learn more. The Trinity Careers Service also provides information on their website.