Christmas Message from the Dean

At this festive time everyone at Trinity Business School would like to extend
our seasonal greetings which in Ireland is to say Nollaig Shona agus Athbhliain
faoi Mhaise Daoibh
. At this time of the year when we celebrate family and
friendships, we can also look forward to reconnecting with our community and
network at the Trinity Global Business Forum on March 2nd next year. We
look forward to seeing you there and in the meantime have an enjoyable break.

Turning the sod on the new Business School

Minister Richard Bruton, Provost Patrick Prendergast and Dean Andrew Burke marked the ground breaking on the new landmark building project for the Business School in October.

The new building will facilitate the School’s ambition to become a major force in the international management education market.


FDI in Protectionist-Era Ireland

In the wake of Brexit and the election of the new US administration, many have been questioning how Ireland will respond. Professor Frank Barry looks to the past to find answers to how we may fare in the future.

Read more here


Why Social Entrepreneurship?

You may be asking yourself, 'what have social causes got to do with studying business?'.
This is the question that our Masters students addressed in a recent Facebook live event. Here Tori Zopf summarizes their thoughts and outlines how studying Social Entrepreneurship has benefits beyond merely managing social enterprises. 

Read here.

Congratulations to the class of 2016

Front Square was buzzing with the excitement of graduating students as the November and December Commencement Season kicked off in style. To celebrate your graduation we’d like to send you a copy of your class photo, please email us your current address. We want to wish each one of our graduating students all the best for the future and hope that you all keep in touch!

See photos here

The International Buddy System

It can be difficult to find your way around a new university, city and culture without support. The international buddy system is designed to ease that transition for exchange students. Eleanor O’Brien writes about the social events that the committee host during the year and the opportunities to build lasting cross-cultural friendships.

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Mini Mentoring for the TBA and Students

The Trinity Business Alumni (TBA) has been working closely with the School of Business and the student groups on a wide range of events this year. An exciting new initiative was the launch of a mini-mentoring breakfast in November, in association with Foresight. Students were matched with a graduate, who offered career advice and assistance. Peter Cosgrove from Cpl Recruitment kindly facilitated. Professor Ian Robertson will speak at the next breakfast in February 2017. All prospective mentors and mentees can register online.



Trinity Global Business Forum 2017

Embracing Disruption: finding opportunities in crises is the theme of next Trinity Global Business Forum taking place on 2 March 2017. Join the Trinity Business network to explore the challenges facing business in the wake of the Brexit referendum and the changed US administration.

Book your place today

MSc in Management

Designed primarily for non-business graduates, the MSc Management complements any undergraduate discipline and equips our students with the skills required to succeed in today's globalised business environment. The programme covers the key facets of management, from people management to finance to strategic planning and operations. To learn more and apply online here
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