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Trinity Business School

Founded in 1925, the Trinity Business School is one of Ireland’s leading study destinations for students interested in economics, human resources, marketing, entrepreneurship, finance and risk management.

With over 35,000 students representing 161 nationalities living in the country, Ireland is very popular with international students and one of the very few European countries to provide a two-year graduate work visa.

Ireland is the only English-speaking country in the Euro Zone, and is also home to global finance, high-tech, agricultural and pharmaceutical multinationals, as well as energetic start-ups based in Silicon Docks.

Listed by the World Bank as one of the top 10 places in the world to do business, it’s also the sixth safest country in the world per the Global Peace Index, and is more affordable than rival cities Zurich, London, Paris, New York and Sydney.

A stunning campus in the heart of Dublin  https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/52/GoergeSalmonTrinityCollegeDublin.jpg

Visited by over 160,000 tourists every year, the grounds and buildings of Trinity College Dublin are a haven of collegiate serenity within the hustle and bustle of Dublin’s city center. Students here are only a stone’s throw from the colorful bars of Temple Street, the Irish Film Institute (an arthouse cinema with a little coffee shop and delectable scones) and the gates of the picturesque St Stephen’s Green.

Scholarships Trinity Business School provides scholarships of up to €5,000. These are awarded based on academic achievement, extracurricular activities and contribution to society. Download your own copy of the scholarship form  and submit it online when applying to a course.

Trinity Business School graduates are the toast of the town (and the world) Students graduating from Trinity Business School rarely have to worry about their job prospects after uni. In 2015, 91% of Trinity Business School students graduating with an MSc in finance received job offers within three months of graduation (as did 84% of students graduating with an MSc in international management and 79% with an MSc in management).

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