Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin

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Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin Coordinates: 53°20′42″N 6°15′18″W / 53.3449188°N 6.255017653°W / 53.3449188; -6.255017653
Type Business School
Established 1925
Dean Andrew Burke
Students 2,150
Location ,
Ireland
Campus Dublin city centre
Affiliations AMBA
Website http://www.tcd.ie/business/

Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin is located on College Green, in Dublin, Ireland. Trinity Business School offers a wide range of programmes at undergraduate, postgraduate and MBA levels. The School is ranked 1st in Ireland in the Eduniversal Dean's Rankings, 2017. [1]

History

Established as a School of Commerce in 1925, the School has grown from offering B.A. and B.Comm degrees to offering an MBA programme since 1964 when it was transformed into a School of Business Studies. A full suite of Masters programmes exist today and this began in 1976 when the M.Sc. (Mgmt) degree in Management Practice for practicing senior executives was launched, with a curriculum based on action research principles. The School is part of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences of Trinity College.[2]

High Growth Strategy: Building the Future

Trinity Business School is in the midst of a transformative high growth strategy which was introduced in 2015. [3] It involves the development of new and existing programmes, as well as the construction of a cutting-edge building for the School (that will incorporate an Innovation and Entrepreneurship hub). [4] The new building will open up onto Pearse Street on one side, helping to reinvigorate that street, and overlook the iconic Trinity rugby field on the other. The project is expected to be completed by 2019. In the meantime, Trinity Business School is located on two sites; Aras an Phiarsaigh on the main Trinity campus and another at 152-160 Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Trinity Business School is the fastest growing established business school in Europe and among the highest performers in the Developed World. [5]

Programmes

Trinity Business School offers a wide range of programmes at undergraduate, postgraduate and MBA levels. The School's approach to education is driven by a desire to deliver on five key objectives known as the TBS DNA: education that is focused on careers and business performance, providing students with a set of values beyond profit, the personal development and well-being of students, providing a real-business education environment, and rigorous research which serves and critically evaluates business.[6]

Undergraduate[7]

  • Bachelor in Business Studies (B.B.S.)
  • BA Moderatorship Business, Economic and Social Studies (B.E.S.S.)
  • Business and Law
  • Business and Languages
  • Business and Computing

Postgraduate[8]

  • MSc in Digital Marketing Strategy
  • MSc in Entrepreneurship
  • MSc in Finance
  • MSc in Financial Risk Management
  • MSc in Human Resource Management
  • MSc in International Management
  • MSc in Management
  • MSc in Marketing
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting
  • Trinity MBA
  • Executive Education

Doctoral Programme[9]

Executive MBA

Established in 1964, Trinity Business School's MBA is one of the three original MBA programmes in Europe. The QS Executive MBA rankings 2018, place Trinity Business School 1st in Ireland (for the second year in a row), 22nd in Europe, and 52nd in the World. [10] The Economist has ranked Trinity Business School's Executive MBA programme in 44th place worldwide and it is the only Irish Executive MBA programme to feature in the global top 50. [11]

Current Research

Researchers in Trinity Business School seek answers to managerially relevant questions that are focused on the following themes:[12]

  • Entrepreneurship and Social Entrepreneurship
  • Marketing and Consumers
  • Finance and Accounting
  • Work and People
  • Strategy and Change
  • CSR, Governance and Business Ethics
  • International Business
  • Innovation, Manufacturing and Systems
  • Organizational Studies

Affiliated Societies and Alumni Groups of the School

  • Trinity Business Alumni - The global association of graduates of Trinity College Dublin from all academic disciplines who are involved in business. [13]
  • DUBES - The Dublin University Business and Economics Society (DUBES) is one of the biggest societies in Trinity College Dublin. Founded in 1929, its aim is to further the academic and social interests of members. [14]
  • Trinity Entrepreneurial Society - The society fosters a spirit of entrepreneurship among students with a range of events and competitions including a high-profile guest speakers' series, an internship evening, a share game, an enterprise competition and skills workshops. [15]
  • Enactus - This social entrepreneurship society creates projects to tackle the problems that exist in our society such as homelessness, hunger and injustice. [16]
  • Trinity Economic Forum - The Trinity Economic Forum is a society that aims to promote discussion and engagement with economic issues. Its premiere event is an entirely student-run economic conference. [17]
  • Trinity SMF - Trinity SMF is the Student Managed Fund which allows students to develop skills in business analysis, investing, risk management and valuations within a secure corporate governance structure where the student executive committee are guided by an advisory board of industry professionals. [18]

Awards

  • Trinity MBA Scholarship Fund [19]
  • Trinity Business Alumni / Bank of Ireland Business Student of the Year Award [20]

Notable Alumni

References

  1. ^ "Business School Rankings". Eduiversal. Retrieved 20 July 2018.
  2. ^ Faculties and Schools – Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin. Tcd.ie (2010-12-08). Retrieved on 2011-04-17.
  3. ^ "High Growth Strategy" (PDF). Trinity College Dublin. Retrieved 30 August 2018.
  4. ^ "New Business School". Trinity College Dublin. Retrieved 20 July 2018.
  5. ^ Fastest Growing Business School in Europe {http://www.tcd.ie/business/assets/pdf/newsletters/Annual%20Newsletter-2017.pdf]. Trinity Business School. Retrieved on 2018-05-16.
  6. ^ Trinity Business School DNA. Retrieved on 2018-08-02.
  7. ^ Trinity Business School Undergraduate courses. Retrieved on 2018-08-02.
  8. ^ Trinity Business School Postgraduate courses. Retrieved on 2018-08-02.
  9. ^ Trinity Business School Doctoral Programme. Retrieved on 2018-08-02.
  10. ^ QS Executive MBA rankings, 2018 [1]. Trinity Business School News & Events. Retrieved on 2018-05-08.
  11. ^ The Economist Executive MBA Rankings [2]. Trinity Business School News & Events. Retrieved on 2018-08-02.
  12. ^ Trinity Business School Research Themes. Retrieved on 2018-08-02.
  13. ^ Trinity Business Alumni. Retrieved on 2018-08-02.
  14. ^ Business and Economics Society. Retrieved on 2018-08-02.
  15. ^ Trinity Entrepreneurial Society. Retrieved on 2018-08-02.
  16. ^ Enactus. Retrieved on 2018-08-30.
  17. ^ Trinity Economic Forum. Retrieved on 2018-08-30.
  18. ^ Trinity SMF. Retrieved on 2018-08-31.
  19. ^ MBA scholarships. Retrieved on 2018-08-02.
  20. ^ Trinity Business Alumni Business Student of the Year. Retrieved on 2018-08-02.

External links

  • Official Website

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