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Trinity Business School surges 24 places in Financial Times European Business School Rankings 2021

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Trinity Business School (@TCDBusiness) has risen 24 places in the Financial Times European Business School Rankings 2021, published today, climbing to 32nd. The European Business School ranking is a composite ranking based on the combined performance of Europe’s leading schools across the main rankings of programmes published by the FT.

The big leap of 24 places has been propelled by the Trinity Business School’s high growth strategy, reflected in the expansion and quality of programmes, how those programmes are rated among students, academic reputation, and research impact.

2021 Ranking Highlights

In addition to securing 32nd place today, Trinity Business School has performed strongly across many rankings this year, solidifying its place as one of the top business education providers worldwide.

Financial Times Rankings:

  • Executive MBA programme is ranked 1st in Ireland, and joint 59th globally. 
  • MSc Finance rankings place Trinity among the top 30 schools worldwide.
  • MSc in International Management jumped 10 places to rank 28th globally.

QS Business Rankings:

  • MSc Operations and Supply Chain Management, a first-time entry in the QS Business Masters Rankings, entered straight in at 6th globally.
  • MSc Marketing retained its top 20 position, ranking 18th out of 105 programmes.

Eduniversal Rankings:

  • Trinity achieved nine 1st place rankings in the Eduniversal Best Masters Ranking.
  • MSc in Financial Risk Programme secured the top spot worldwide.
  • Trinity Business School has risen to position 12 in the recent Eduniversal Deans’ Vote Survey, placing Trinity 1st in Ireland.

Professor Andrew Burke, Chair of Business Studies & Dean at Trinity Business School, said:

“When I joined as Dean in 2015, our most pressing task as a school was to create and implement a high-growth strategy. It’s exhilarating to now see the fruits of our labour play out in real time, and this recognition by the FT highlights how our research and international outlook are in keeping with our strategic mission and vision of being a connected, global business school at the forefront of knowledge leadership. As we continue to develop the school, our new strategy ‘Transforming Business for Good’, is framed around key principles that speak directly to our mission and capture the DNA of the Business School: prioritising student careers, research excellence, wellbeing, a real business education, all underpinned by a value of ‘putting in more than you take out.”

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