Trinity Business School provides numerous scholarships to students from across the world in our commitment to develop outstanding global business leaders. Previous recipients come from a variety of countries and educational backgrounds but all displayed strong academic and personal achievements.
Foundation scholarship is a College institution with a long history and high prestige. The examination for the award of scholarship is set and assessed so as to select students of outstanding ability. Foundation Scholarship is a College institution with a long history and high prestige. Some of our greatest alumni – such as Edmund Burke, Samuel Beckett, and Mary Robinson - were Scholars. It is a distinctive feature of student life here at Trinity and now is the opportunity for Senior Freshman students to join the ranks of Trinity Scholars.
The objective of the Foundation Scholarship examination is to identify students who, at a level of evaluation appropriate to the Senior Freshman (second year), can consistently demonstrate exceptional knowledge and understanding of their subjects.
Scholars enjoy significant benefits including Commons free of charge, rooms free of charge for up to nine months of the year and, where a student is not in receipt of outside scholarships or grants, fee remission for up to five years to the value of the EU fee level.
Foundation scholars are elected annually on the result of an examination held in the week before the start of Hilary term with the results announced on Trinity Monday.
Trinity Business Student of the Year
The Trinity Business Alumni/Bank of Ireland Business Student of the year award is presented annually to the student who not only excels academically but has also ‘given more than they have taken’ from the economy and society.
The Business Student of the Year 2016 is Conor O'Meara.
Pictured: Tom McAleese - TBA President, Dr. Patrick Prendergast - Trinty Provost, Conor O'Meara - Business Student of the Year 2016, Ronan McCoy - Manager, Bank of Ireland College Green, Richie Boucher - CEO, Bank of Ireland
2015 Ben Butler
2014 Jill Pierse
2013 Iseult Ward
2012 Patrick Lynch
2011 Daniel Philbin Bowman
2010 Conor O’Toole
David Feldman Prize
This prize was founded in 1985 by a gift from David Feldman, a Business graduate. The purpose of the prize is to encourage business students to adopt a broad philosophical attitude to issues and challenges in the business world. The prize will be awarded annually to a Sophister or postgraduate student in business studies. It will be based on a dissertation or project judged by the examiners to demonstrate the application of philosophical thought, logical argument, as well as metaphysical and perhaps ethical approach to the understanding of business.
Patrick O'Sullivan Prize
This prize was founded in 2009 by a gift from Patrick O'Sullivan's family. Patrick is a graduate of the Business School and retired in 2009 as Vice-Chairman and Chief Growth Officer of Zurich Financial Services. The prize is awarded annually, on the recommendation of Trinity Business School, to the candidate who performs at the highest level in the Senior Sophister course in Exploring Organisational Experiences.
The winners are:
2015 Emma Gilroy; 2014 Conor Bates; 2013 Mark Donnelly;
2012 Charles Landale; 2011 Alan Crosbie; 2010 Joanna Mulkeen
Abd El-Motaal Book Prize
This prize was founded in 1965 by a gift from Mostafa H.B. Abd El-Motaal, our former Lecturer in Accounting. It is awarded annually to the best student in financial and management accounting and financial reporting and analysis.
Price Waterhouse Coopers Prize
The award was founded in 1966 by Craig, Gardner & Co., Chartered Accountants. Two prizes are awarded to the Senior Sophister students who obtain first class honors at the annual degree examination, provided they obtain at least a second class (first division) mark in financial reporting and analysis. The prize-winners are invited to apply to the firm for Articles.
Trinity Business Alumni Prize
This prize was founded in 1993 by the Trinity Business Alumni. It is awarded to the student whose project, submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of the final B.B.S. degree examination, is ranked by the court of examiners as the best overall project submitted by a B.B.S. candidate, conditional upon a minimum second class (first division) grade having been achieved overall and in the project.
Trinity College has a range of scholarships for non-EU students, please visit https://www.tcd.ie/study/non-eu/scholarships/undergraduate/index.php