In Conversation with the Trinity MBA – an upcoming virtual event (Sponsored)

Apr 16, 2020

The Trinity MBA is an intensive, project-based programme for those who want to accelerate their current career path or transition into a new industry.

“The Trinity MBA breaks away from the traditional approach,” say MBA Admissions Manager Eoghan O’Sullivan. “We focus on live-action learning – getting you inside real companies with real issues. Taking you outside of your comfort zone, you will build on what you’ve learned in the classroom and apply it to real world business problems.” 

During the one-year, full-time or two-year, part-time study period, candidates undertake three company projects across a range of industries, each tackling specific strategic business issues. Working in groups, students conduct problem analysis, create strategies and deliver solutions direct to the senior stakeholders of each company.

At each stage students are supported by a tutor, individual and team coaching, and various skills workshops. Graduates continually endorse this as a much-malued feature of the programme

"The greatest learning for me was collaborative, working closely with team members from diverse backgrounds and appreciating the value this diversity brings to decision making,” said Dr Clodagh Conway, a Trinity MBA graduate from 2019. “I loved working on our various projects in second year where the theoretical knowledge from first year could be applied practically.”

The Trinity MBA also has a strong focus on leadership and professional development, with individual and team coaching, workshops and industry guest lectures running continually throughout the course, all aimed to develop personal leadership style, self-awareness and knowledge. 

If you are interested in learning more, Trinity Business School is hosting a virtual event with a panel of MBA insiders on 7 May 2020 at 6.30pm to give prospective candidates a flavour of the course, the application process and the commitment required for an Executive or full-time MBA. To join the conversation, register online directly via GotoWebinar or visit the Trinity Business School website.

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(This article is sponsored by Trinity Business School.)