Trinity Business School’s MBA Programme Ranked in Economist’s top 60

Posted on: 18 May 2015

The just published prestigious Economist’Executive Education Rankings 2015  has ranked Trinity Business School’s MBA programme in 59th place worldwide.

Entry into the Economist’s Executive MBA rankings is another positive development for the Trinity Executive MBA and comes on the back of our being ranked first in Ireland and in the top 40 globally by QS, as well as within the top ten in Europe by ranking agency Eduniversal, commented Michael Flynn, Director of the Trinity MBA Programme.

“The evolution of the programme’s unique approach to management learning means that candidates now have a formidable internationally ranked MBA to choose from in Ireland;  Irish candidates are increasingly looking at undertaking their MBA with us in Dublin rather than joining executive programmes abroad” said Flynn. “The growing interest in the Trinity MBA has meant that our numbers are up four fold with 22 nationalities enrolled with us across our MBA streams this year.”   

Commenting on its significance, the Dean of Trinity Business School, Professor Andrew Burke, said:“Trinity Business School’s entry into the Economist’s Executive MBA rankings reflects that the School’s international growth and development strategy is showing tangible benefits.  The Trinity Executive MBA has only had two years of graduating students and it is heartening to see that the programme has been immediately placed in the Economist’s  top 60 Executive MBA programmes in the World.   As we continue with the implementation of our high growth strategy the international standing of Trinity Business School should increase still further. ”     

The Trinity Executive MBA Programme was launched in 2011 on the back of mounting demand for an executive part-time version of Trinity’s renowned 12 month full-time MBA programme which has been running for 50 years.

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