University Name

Trinity Business School


We are the business school of a world renowned university located in a new state-of-the-art building at the heart of a historic campus in the centre of Dublin; an international capital city and a hub for global business. Our range of masters is designed to develop well-rounded and highly capable business graduates in order to enhance their careers and the performance of organisations in which they are engaged. We are EQUIS and AMBA accredited which places us in the top 1% of business schools globally.

Our global community of students learn cutting-edge real world management techniques from both leading researchers and high performance business executives. We also seek to produce graduates who are a force for good in the world – using their skills to put in more than they take out of any situation in which they are involved. Our global reach and impact is evident, with representation from 57 countries in our graduating class of 2019 alone. We are Ireland’s leading study destination for students interested in international management, HRM, marketing, digital marketing strategy, entrepreneurship, finance, risk management or an MBA.

In 2019, we opened our new state-of-the-art home, a near zero energy, six-storey building that includes an innovation and entrepreneurial hub, a 600 seat auditorium, smart classrooms and the latest digital technology; and it remains in the heart of Trinity’s campus.

More than a degree 

We bring in class learning to live with our strong emphasis on experiential learning through the use of case studies, teamwork and professional development modules. The competencies developed here are what employers continually endorse as a much valued feature of our graduates. Our students are in the centre of a University that is vibrant and diverse with over 200 clubs and societies and a global community of students from over 120 countries. Some of the most dynamic societies in Trinity College are business focused including TES (Trinity Entrepreneurial Society) and DUBES (Dublin University Business & Economic society)

Your Career

Our dedicated career development team will help you identify your ideal career path and provide tailored advice on how best to achieve your goals. Ireland is European HQ for many of the worlds top finance, tech, export and pharmaceutical multinationals and Dublin is home to various energetic start-ups based in Silicon Docks. For this reason, many international students choose to stay in Ireland and work after graduation, with students from outside the EU availing of the two-year graduate work visa.


Trinity Business School provides scholarships of up to €5,000. These are awarded based on academic achievement, extracurricular activities and contribution to society.


Entry Requirements

  • A first or upper-second class honours degree (or its international equivalent)
  • English Language requirement: minimum IELTS score of 6.5 overall or TOEFL 88.Note: For the MSc in Marketing and the MSc in Digital Marketing, a higher IELTS score is required of 7.0 overall.
  • Two supporting academic references
  • A GMAT may be requested in certain cases*


Trinity Business School provides scholarships of up to €5,000. These are awarded based on academic achievement, extracurricular activities and contribution to society.

Top Tips

✓ If you have completed qualifications or exams beyond our minimum requirements, please include this evidence. These include accountancy exams or other professional qualifications, GMAT and GRE tests. ✓ Write a brief personal statement. Outline your motivation for applying for the programme and highlight your key achievements, academic or personal.

✓ For non-native English speakers. If you have completed the whole of your undergraduate studies in English you may be exempt from the IELTS requirement. Let us know in your application.


Trinity Business School, Pearse Street, Dublin 2, Ireland

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Student Life

✓Trinity Business School is an 11,400 square metre building designed to promote the health and well-being of its users. It includes an innovation and entrepreneurial hub, a 600 seat auditorium, a restaurant, smart classrooms with the latest digital technology, and a rooftop conference room. The school is located in the heart of Trinity College Dublin.

✓The University has over 120 societies. From arts, culture, politics and debating to gaming, advocacy and music, you're sure to find your niche.

✓Choose from 50 sports clubs in a range of disciplines. Get fit, stay active, and meet people outside the classroom!

✓State-of-the-art sports centre. All registered Trinity College students can utilise the facilities at the Sports Centre including the 25m pool, climbing wall, fitness centre and classes.

✓The Trinity Ball, Europe’s largest private party and a highlight of every spring term on campus.

✓Trinity College is home to the largest library in Ireland.

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