Established as the School of Commerce in 1925, Trinity Business School is part of Trinity College Dublin in Dublin, Ireland. Currently the school operates across two sites; Aras an Phiarsaigh on the main Trinity campus and another on Pearse Street, Dublin. A new building will be added in 2019.
There are currently over 2,100 students at the college. Courses on offer for undergraduates include: bachelor in business studies; BA moderatorship business, economic and social studies; business and law; business and languages and business and computing.
At graduate level, options are: digital marketing strategy; entrepreneurship; finance; financial risk management; human resource management; international management; management; marketing; postgraduate diploma in accounting and the Trinity MBA which was established in 1964 and was one of the three original MBA programmes in Europe.
Executive education programmes and doctoral paths are also available.
Research emphasis at Trinity focuses on the areas of; 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.
Meanwhile, its two research centres are The Trinity Centre for Social Innovation and The Trinity Centre for Digital Business.
Student societies relevant to the college courses are the Trinity Entrepreneurial Society which hots a high-profile guest speakers' series, an internship evening, a share game, an enterprise competition and skills workshops. Meanwhile, the social enterprise company, seeks to tackle social issues such as homelessness, hunger and injustice. Other societies include the Trinity Economic Forum and the Trinity Student Managed Fund (SMF).
Trinity has been ranked as 1st in Ireland in the Eduniversal Dean's Rankings, 2017 and The Economist ranked Trinity Business School's Executive MBA programme in 44th place globally.
Notable alumni include: Michael O'Leary, CEO of Ryanair; Hugo MacNeill, managing director of Goldman Sachs and former Irish international rugby player and Willie Walsh, CEO of International Airlines Group.