The Economist ranks Trinity Business School’s Executive MBA programme #1 in Ireland

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The Economist ranks Trinity Business School’s Executive MBA programme #1 in Ireland

Published 13 July 2018

In the latest global rankings for business programmes by The Economist, Trinity College Dublin was placed 44th worldwide for its Executive MBA programme, moving up 15 places from 59th last year. This EMBA programme by Trinity Business School is also the best executive MBA in Ireland. Dean of Trinity Business School, Professor Andrew Brook said: “Trinity is well-known for its world class research, but it is the combination of research plus industry experience that gives Trinity graduates an edge on the competition.”

The programme was assessed on different aspects including career development, educational experience and personal development. Another Irish executive MBA programme by the Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School of University College Dublin was listed at #59 globally.  An Executive MBA Programme is a one year graduate level degree aimed at the development of leadership skills among working professionals.

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Last Updated: 16 July 2018

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