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Trinity College Dublin,the University of Dublin isan international university,steeped in history with areputation for excellencein education, research andinnovation.2Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

CONTENTSPostgraduate Courses Summary 2Welcome 4Why Choose Trinity? 6Location 10Accommodation 18Student Services 20International Students 24Postgraduate Research 26Fees & How to Apply 30Contact Us 31Postgraduate Course Listings

FULL-TIME MASTERS PROGRAMMESArts, Humanitiesand Social SciencesSchool of Business 33Digital Marketing Strategy (M.Sc.) 33Entrepreneurship (M.Sc.) 34Finance (M.Sc.) 34Financial Risk Management (M.Sc.) 35Human Resource Management (M.Sc.) 35International Management (M.Sc.) 36Management (M.Sc.) 36Marketing (M.Sc.) 37Master in Business Administration(M.B.A.) 37Operations and Supply ChainManagement (M.Sc.) 38Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting 38School of Creative Arts(Drama, Film and Music) 39Film Studies - Theory History Practice(M.Phil.) 39Music Composition (M.Phil.) 40Playwriting (M.F.A.) 40Stage Design (M.F.A.) 41Theatre Directing (M.F.A.) 41Theatre and Performance (M.Phil.) 42School of Education 42Master in Education (M.Ed.) 43Professional Masters Education(P.M.E.) 43School of English 44Children’s Literature (M.Phil.) 44Creative Writing (M.Phil.) 45Irish Writing (M.Phil.) 45School of Histories and Humanities 46Art History (M.Phil.) 46Classics (M.Phil.) 47Early Modern History (M.Phil.) 47Gender and Women’s Studies(M.Phil.) 48International History (M.Phil.) 48Medieval Studies (M.Phil.) 492Trinity College Dublin, The University of DublinModern Irish History (M.Phil.) 49Public History and Cultural Heritage(M.Phil.) 50School of Languages, Literaturesand Cultural Studies 50Comparative Literature (M.Phil.) 51Early Irish (M.Phil.) 51Literary Translation (M.Phil.) 52Textual and Visual Studies (M.Phil.) 52School of Law 53Intellectual Property and InformationTechnology Law (LL.M.) 53International and Comparative Law(LL.M.) 54International and European Business Law(LL.M.) 54Laws (LL.M.) 55School of Linguistic, Speechand Communication Sciences 55Applied Linguistics (M.Phil.) 56Chinese Studies (M.Phil.) 56Clinical Speech and Language Studies(M.Sc.) 57English Language Teaching (M.Phil.) 58Linguistics (M.Phil.) 58Speech and Language Processing(M.Phil.) 59School of Psychology 59Applied Behaviour Analysis (M.Sc.) 60Applied Psychology (M.Sc.) 61Clinical Psychology (D.Clin.Psych.) 61Counselling Psychology (D.Couns.Psych.) 62Psychoanalytic Studies (M.Phil.) 63Psychology (H.Dip.) - PsychologyConversion Course 63School of Religions, Peace Studiesand Theology 64Christian Theology (M.Phil.) 64Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation(M.Phil.) 65

Intercultural Theology and InterreligiousStudies (M.Phil.) 66International Peace Studies (M.Phil.) 66School of Social Sciences andPhilosophy 67Comparative Social Change (M.Sc.) 67Economics (M.Sc.) 68International Politics (M.Sc.) 68Philosophy (M.Phil.) 69Race, Ethnicity, Conflict (M.Phil.) 69School of Social Workand Social Policy 70Applied Social Research (M.Sc.) 70Social Work (M.S.W.) 71Engineering,Mathematicsand ScienceSchool of Biochemistryand Immunology 71Immunology (M.Sc.) 72School of Computer Scienceand Statistics 72Computer Science (M.Sc.) - Augmentedand Virtual Reality 73Computer Science (M.Sc.) - DataScience 73Computer Science (M.Sc.) - FutureNetworked Systems 74Computer Science (M.Sc.) - IntelligentSystems 74Interactive Digital Media (M.Sc.) 75School of Engineering 75Bioengineering (M.Sc.) 76Electronic Information Engineering(M.Sc.) 77Engineering (Environmental / Structuraland Geotechnical / Transport) (M.Sc.) 77Engineering (Sustainable Energy)(M.Sc.) 78Mechanical Engineering (M.Sc.) and Media Technologies (M.Phil.) 79School of Mathematics 79High Performance Computing (M.Sc.) 80School of Natural Sciences 80Biodiversity and Conservation(M.Sc.) 81Development Practice (M.Sc.) 81Environmental Sciences (M.Sc.) 82School of Physics 82Energy Science (M.Sc.) 83HealthSciencesSchool of Dental Science 83Dental Surgery (D.Ch.Dent.) 84School of Medicine 86Global Health (M.Sc.) 86Healthcare Infection Management(M.Sc.) 87Molecular Medicine (M.Sc.) 87Neuroscience (M.Sc.) 88Sports and Exercise Medicine (M.Sc.) 88Translational Oncology (M.Sc.) 89School of Nursing and Midwifery 89Ageing Health & Wellbeing in IntellectualDisability (M.Sc.) 90Community Health (M.Sc.) 90Dementia (M.Sc.) 91Mental Health (M.Sc.) 91Midwifery (M.Sc.) 92Nursing (M.Sc.) 92Nursing - Child Health and Wellbeing(M.Sc.) 93School of Pharmacy andPharmaceutical Sciences 93Pharmaceutical Sciences (M.Sc.) 94Postgraduate Diploma, PostgraduateCertificate and Part-time Masters 953

Ireland’s leadinguniversity.WELCOME FROM THEDEAN OF GRADUATE STUDIESTrinity College Dublin, the University of Dublinis Ireland’s leading university, ranked 104thin the world*. Our professors with whomyou will work are inspiring thought-leadersin their fields. Our facilities, both curricularand extra-curricular are second to none.Our postgraduate students, drawn fromnumerous different countries, continuallyamaze and inspire us with their brillianceand dedication. Our graduates are outstanding,are held in high esteem by employers andhave made an enormous impact in nationaland global life.We would be thrilled to welcome you intothis vibrant, scholarly community whereyou will be fulfilled both academically andpersonally in your postgraduate study.Professor Neville Cox, Dean of Graduate StudiesTrinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin* QS World University Rankings 20194Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

Why ChooseTrinity?World ClassEducationTrinity College Dublin, the University ofDublin is Ireland’s top ranked university,and ranked 104th in the world (QS WorldUniversity Rankings 2019).InternationalReputation for Researchand Teaching ExcellenceTrinity is Ireland’s leading university,recognised internationally for excellencein education and research, and mostimportantly, our graduates are held inhigh esteem by employers worldwide.Trinity is a member of the League ofEuropean Research Universities (LERU),Europe’s leading network of researchintensive universities and brings togetherglobal experts across all disciplinesto offer an exceptional educationalexperience centred on a research-inspiredcurriculum.6Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

LocationTrinity is situated in the heart of Dublin’s citycentre, at the centre of the country’s transporthub, on a beautiful campus which contains awonderful mix of modern and historic facilities,including the country’s largest research library.InternationalReachTrinity is ranked as the 27th mostinternational University in the world(Times Higher Education Ranking2018). Trinity has students and stafffrom over 120 different nationalities oncampus, making it a truly diverse andinternational

Leader in Innovationand EntrepreneurshipTrinity is Ireland’s most innovativeuniversity (Reuters Most InnovativeUniversities 2018) and first in Europe forproducing Entrepreneurs for the thirdyear in a row (Pitchbook UniversitiesReport 2017/2018).StudentSupportsSupports including GraduateStudents’ Union, a CareersService to support you inseeking employment and anAlumni Career Network tosupport you after graduation.8Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

Student LifeTrinity offers students an unparalleled experience,with 120 societies and 50 sports clubs. Coursespecific social events are also arranged for youto get to know your new classmates.DistinguishedAlumniOver the past four centuries Trinity graduateshave played a leading role on the world stage;Nobel prize-winners and presidents of Irelandhave attended Trinity or taught

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TRANSPORTTrinity’s central location makes ithighly accessible for all forms of publictransport with tram, train and busstations justminutesfrom the campus.DUBLINAIRPORTTrinity hasVIAits own(tram) stationPORTLUASTUNNEL20aMINUTESand there isDART (Dublin’s suburbanrail system) station opposite the campus.MULTINATIONALSIreland is a hub for internationalemployers including Facebook,Twitter, Google, Linkedin, Accenture,PWC and AIG to name but a few.Forbes ranks Ireland as the 9th bestcountry in the world for business.(Forbes, September ie/study11

Collaborationwithin the classroomand community.12Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

Ana-Maria Murphy-Teixidor,M.Sc. Development Practice(from the U.S.A)WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE THING ABOUT TRINITY?My favourite part of Trinity is the community. Whetheryou are on campus, meeting students through differentsocieties and classes, or in United States meeting Trinityalumni through the Trinity New York Alumni association,the Trinity bond is strong and continually brings peopletogether forming communities in Dublin and beyond.WHAT WAS THE MOST ENJOYABLE PARTOF YOUR COURSE?Through my course, I did a research project for threemonths in Senegal. I was able to see classroom theoryapplied in a research project that examined water securityin the north of the country. It gave greater purpose to my inclass studies, and I am excited to return this semester withthis valuable experience.IN WHAT WAYS DID YOU AVAIL OF THE BENEFITSOF THE CITY-CENTRE CAMPUS?The city centre campus is great for food, transport linksand professional connections. Given that Trinity is inDublin, it allows program directors to set up researchpositions in relevant organizations in Dublin, so you notonly get experience within the university, but also atpotential future employers.CAN YOU DESCRIBE THE LEVEL AND FEELING OF SAFETYAT TRINITY?I have never felt unsafe on the Trinity campus or around mystudent accommodation at Kavanagh Court.WHAT MAKES TRINITY A GLOBAL CAMPUS?My program is quite unique and provides one of the bestglobal experiences on campus. In our first year, we meetwith other master in development practice students from40 other campuses all over the world over Skype. Moreover,during my summer field placement my program directorput us in contact with the program director in Dakar,showing truly how international Trinity’s connections

Critical thinkingskills and discoveriesTrinity is Ireland’sleading and topranked university.Trinity is the 27thmost internationalUniversity in the world.(QS World University Rankings 2019).(Times Higher Education Ranking 2018).Trinity is ranked“As a Global Health Masters student, I am always challengedeveryday during the lectures to think outside the box,especially since we come from diverse backgrounds.I have come to appreciate how culture shapes andinfluences our perceptions on how we view the world.Every moment is a brilliant learning opportunity.”Caroline Njoroge,M.Sc. Global Health Graduate(from Africa)Trinity is first in Europefor producingEntrepreneurs for thethird year in a row.(Pitchbook Universities Report 2017/2018).14Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

“One of the best things about Trinityis that we have access to amazingresearchers through our courses. We getto know researchers who are leadingin their field which opens up a lot ofopportunities for us students and givesus insight into life after college.”Aneta Nerguti,M.Sc. Environmental ScienceIreland is rankedin the top tensafest countriesin the world.Dublin is the34th best studentcity in the world.(QS Rankings 2018)(Global Peace Index 2018)104th in the world.(QS World University Rankings 2019).Trinity isIreland’smost innovativeuniversity.(Reuters Most InnovativeUniversities 2018)

Trinity GraduateAttributesStudents come to Trinity not onlyto acquire a certain set of facts orcompetences but because they have anunderstanding of the sort of person theywant to become.Building on the strong value placed on asolid disciplinary formation, we wantedto answer to the question ‘what kindof person can I be?’ We distilled thissense of transformation into four Trinitygraduate attributes listed below.1. To think independently2. To communicate effectively3. To develop continuously4. To act responsiblySerious abouttackling societalchallenges16Trinity is recognised as one of the world’sleading research-intensive universities and ourresearch continues to address issues of globalsocietal and economic importance.Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

We are peoplefocused andcelebrate ourtalented community“Dublin is very safe which is an importantthing when you move to live abroad in a placethat you don’t know, and makes you feel lessworried.People here are welcoming and friendly,so you probably won’t have a hard time onmaking friends.Beatriz de Moraes,M. Sc. Biodiversity and Conservation Graduate(from Brazil)People hereare welcomingand

Accommodationat TrinityMany postgraduate students findaccommodation in shared houses or selfcatering apartments. Houses and apartmentsvary in price, depending on size, facilities andlocation. The Students’ Union offers a usefulAccommodation Advisory Service at limited number of students may be housedin University accommodation, includingresidences on-campus and at KavanaghCourt and Binary Hub both located just a 15minute walk to the University, see you are seeking accommodation,the earlier you begin your search andare able to secure accommodation,the more choice you will get in eachlocation and price range.18Trinity yUniversityofofDublinDublin

LearningSupportsIT SERVICESAs a student at Trinity, you are providedwith access to hundreds of computerslocated across campus, secure wifi, aTrinity gmail account and e-learningresources via the Blackboard Learn system,see’s library is the largest research library in Irelandwith six million printed volumes, nearly 500,000 electronicbooks, 80,000 electronic journals, the country’s largestcollection of maps and printed music, and an extensivecollection of manuscripts, see is delighted to announce theopening of a new Business School in 2019and has announced further expansionplans including a new Law School, StudentAccommodation and E3 innew facilities19

Student ServicesACADEMIC REGISTRYAcademic Registry providescentral academic administrativeservices to assist students withall queries regarding courseapplications/admission, fees,registration, timetables,examinations and assessments.E: academic.registry@tcd.ieT: 353 (0)1 896 4500.CAREERS ADVISORY SERVICEPlan your future beyond your currentcourse of study with the help ofguidance software, skills workshopsand personal consultations, HEALTH SERVICETrinity’s Health Service providesGP services for students. Studentconsultations are free of chargewith modest fees for additionalservices. All EU students shouldbring with them a European HealthInsurance Card issued in theircountry of origin.Non-EU students are not entitledto free national health services inIreland, and are advised to take outinsurance cover for hospitalisationor to extend private health insurancebefore leaving their home country.Private health insurance cover isalso available in Ireland and thestudent health service can adviseyou on your options, healthThe best placefor entrepreneursin Europe20Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

DAY NURSERYThe day nursery caters for childrenaged three months to four and a halfyears old. There is a fee for this service,see SERVICEThe Student Disability Service worksclosely with academic staff, tutors,administrators and other supportservices to meet the supportrequirements of students with anydisability, see STUDENTS’ UNIONThe Graduate Students’ Union servesto protect students’ interests and actsas a helpful meeting point. The Unionorganises a variety of events, receptionsand trips each year, see SERVICEThe Postgraduate Advisory Serviceoffers a comprehensive range ofacademic, pastoral, and professionalsupports dedicated to enhancing yourstudent experience, see Tutor/postgraduateadvisory.STUDENT COUNSELLING SERVICEStudent Counselling offers aconfidential, professional and free ofcharge service. There is also a PeerSupport Network which is confidentialand based on student-to-studentsupport, see

“The past year studying as apostgraduate at Trinity has beenincredibly rewarding and enjoyable.The opportunity to explore a diverse range of topicswithin my program with professors who are alwaysapproachable and helpful makes learning veryengaging. I have been lucky enough to undertake afield course abroad and present my findings to mypeers both in Trinity and further afield.A major part of studying at Trinity is being part of adiverse college community. The wealth of backgroundsand experience present in the classroom createsdiscussion and debate and I learn from my peers aswell as from my professors every day.Studying right in the heart of the city means just bygoing to college you are exposed to all the history andculture of Dublin as a European capital city. I have hada fantastic time studying here and would recommendit to anyone considering a postgraduate degree.”Andrew Neill,M.Sc. Development Practice22Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

InternationalStudentsTrinity College Dublin, the Universityof Dublin is an international universityattracting faculty, students and stafffrom over 120 countries.EMPLOYMENTTrinity students receive outstanding academicand personal support throughout their timehere. Trinity aims to ensure all our studentshave a positive experience as we educate themto be global citizens and we are proud thatpostgraduate students continue to come herein significant numbers from around the world.See further information at from countries within theEuropean Union (EU) are free to takeup employment under standard EUfree movement of labour regulations.However, mixing employment with studyis not easy, and it is recommended thatstudents do not arrive from elsewhere inthe EU without possessing the financialresources to complete their chosencourse of study.24Trinity yUniversityofofDublinDublinNon-EU nationals who have permission toundertake postgraduate study in Irelandare entitled to take up casual employment,defined as up to 20 hours part-time workper week or full-time work during vacationperiods. In order to encourage talented,skilled graduates to pursue careers inIreland, non-EU nationals are permittedto remain in Ireland for an additionalperiod of 12-24 months after receipt ofresults of their final examinations as partof the Third Level Graduate Programme,see

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTSAll applicants whose first language is not English and who havenot been educated through the medium of English must presentone of the following qualifications in the English language: IELTS: Grade 6.5 overall TOEFL: 88 internet-based, 570 paper-based, 230 computer-based University of Cambridge: Proficiency Certificate, Grade Cor better (CEFR Level C1 or C2); Advanced Certificate, Grade Cor better (CEFR Level C1 or C2) Pearson Test of English (Academic) – PTE Academic: a minimumscore of 63 to be eligible (with no section score below 59)Full details available ostgraduate.VISA REQUIREMENTSIf you are a citizen of the European Union (EU), you do not need avisa to enter and live in Ireland. Some, but not all non-EU studentsrequire visas to enter Ireland, students from North America areamong those who do not require a visa. The list of visa-requiredcountries can be found at the INIS website: It isimportant to note that ALL non-EU students, whether visa-requiredor not, must register with the Irish Naturalisation and ImmigrationService (INIS) for permission to remain in the state. Students mustshow their offer letter at airport immigration where they will receivea temporary stamp in their passport. They must register with theINIS within the time limit specified on their temporary stamp.Visa-required non-EU students should contact their nearest IrishEmbassy or Consulate for information on visa requirements. Visascan take up to 8-10 weeks to process, so please allow sufficient time.You should apply as early as possible, especially if an Irish visa isrequired. For further information: -immigrations. All non-EU fee paying studentsmust pay their full tuition fees prior to

PostgraduateResearch at TrinityTrinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin isrecognised as one of the world’s leading researchintensive universities and its research continuesto address issues of global societal and economicimportance.The University’s commitment to a research-lededucation means that our students are exposed toleaders in their discipline, to the latest knowledge andideas, and to an education that emphasises analyticalskills and creative thinking, and gives students anopportunity to develop a broad range of skills byengaging in personal research.Full details regarding Trinity’s research institutes, centresand themes are available at partnerships,collaborations& opportunities26Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

PostgraduateResearch StudentsHigher degrees by research are normally obtained bycarrying out a period of research within the university, underthe supervision of a member of Trinity staff, with subsequentsubmission of a thesis. All doctoral students are registeredon a structured PhD and will attend modules, workshopsand/or master classes as advised by their supervisor orsupervisory panel normally in the first year to eighteenmonths of registration.All students undertaking a research degree are assignedto a single supervisor, though for some students there mayalso be an additional advisor. Further details available postgraduate/research/az.php.Funding opportunities for research students are detailed

Yu Xu,PhD in Computer Science(from China)WHY DID YOU WANT TO COME TO TRINITY?Trinity is a world-class university with an internationalreputation. Computer science research at Trinity is worldleading, and benefits from Dublin being a technologyhub in Europe (known as “The European Silicon Valley”).Research centres at Trinity have extensive collaborationswith the world’s leading technology companies, allowingTrinity students to access the latest technology methodsapplied in practice. It also directly contributes to theability of Trinity’s postgraduate students to develop theirresearch findings into real-world products.WHAT IS YOUR RESEARCH AREA?My general research areas include data mining, socialmedia and information retrieval. Specifically, my PhDresearch aims to understand the expertise informationof social networking site users by exploiting theirvarious historical social activities on the site. Thisknowledge is then used to serve real-world applications,like expert finding in social media and personalizedinformation retrieval.WHERE DID YOU STUDY FOR YOUR DEGREE?Before I came to Trinity, I studied in Hunan Universityof Science and Technology, China for 7 years where Ireceived my Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree.ANY HIGHLIGHTS FROM YOUR TIME IN DUBLIN SO FAR?The strong support from my supervisor and our researchteam has helped me really develop my research skills.I quickly found my place both socially and within theresearch centre, thanks to the support around me. I alsohave two research publications from my project so far!FUTURE PLANS AFTER YOU COMPLETE YOUR PHD?I hope to continue as a researcher in a prestigiousresearch centre or work in a world-leading IT company.28Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

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Fees &How to ApplyHOW TO APPLYAll course information and onlineapplication details are available details for all courses are available lease note a non-refundable online application feeper course applied for is required for all taught andresearch courses.An EU application is one made by a person who fulfilsone or more of the following criteria:1. who is ordinarily resident in the EU and who hasreceived full-time further or higher education in theEU for three of the five years immediately precedingadmission; or2. who is ordinarily resident in the EU and has workedfull-time in the EU for three of the five yearsimmediately preceding admission; or3. who holds a passport from an EU state and hasreceived full-time further or higher education in theEU for three of the five years immediately precedingadmission.All other applications are considered to be non-EUapplications.30Trinity yUniversityofofDublinDublin

CONTACT USAcademic Registry provides central academicadministrative services to assists studentswith all queries including course applications/admission, fees and registration.Academic Registry, Watts Building,Trinity College Dublin,the University of Dublin,Dublin 2, IrelandE: academic.registry@tcd.ieT: 353 (0)1 896.4500.General enquiries from Internationalstudents [outside of Ireland and EU/EEA]should be addressed to:Global Relations, East Theatre,Trinity College Dublin,the University of Dublin, Dublin 2, IrelandE: international@tcd.ieT: 353 (0)1 896

Postgraduate Prospectus 2019

School of BusinessDigital MarketingStrategy (M.Sc.)Duration: 1 year full-timeCourse Director: Professor Laurent MuzellecTel: 353-1-896 4299Email: business.masters@tcd.ieNext Intake: September 2019Closing Date: 30th June 2019ARTS, HUMANITIESAND SOCIAL SCIENCESSchool ofBusinessRanked 1st in Ireland and 13th in the world forE-Business (Eduniversal 2017). Trinity Business Schoolhas developed very close links with the world’sleading digital companies and offers students a greatopportunity to gain experience from the best in theindustry. Leading digital experts teach several modulesin the programme to ensure that our content remainsat the cutting edge of digital strategy best practices.On successful achievement of the course studentsshould be able to:1. Summarize and contextualise the main strandsof contemporary marketing thought includingdata analytics, digital technology, digital businessmodels and marketing and digital strategy.2. Critically appraise various approaches andphilosophies in marketing, from both academicand practitioner perspectives, to understand theirrole in driving growth, performance, and ethicaland socially responsible business practice inorganizations.3. Appreciate and evaluate the influence of keyenvironmental forces on marketing and strategyactivities in the 21st century including (butnot limited to) digitization, globalization andsustainability.4. Plan and complete research in a digital marketing ordigital strategy related topicThe course is assessed via a combination of assignedcoursework, written examination, and a dissertation.We advise students to apply for this popularprogramme as early as possible as admission to thecourse is very competitive. The programme is subjectto early closure as a

School of ion: 1 year full-timeCourse Director: Professor Giulio BuciuniTel: 353-1-896 4299Email: business.masters@tcd.ieNext Intake: September 2019Closing Date: 30th June 2019Duration: 1 year full-timeCourse Director: Dr. Alexandar SevicTel: 353-1-896 3204Email: business.masters@tcd.ieNext Intake: September 2019Closing Date: 30th June 2019Trinity is the 1st in Europe for producing entrepreneursand start-ups.Ranked 3rd in Western Europe for Corporate Finance(Eduniversal 2017), this specialist programme isdesigned for students who wish to develop theircareers in the financial services arena. The programmeis also ranked 1st in Ireland and 40th in the world (QSMasters in Finance, 2018).Designed for those with an entrepreneurial mindset, the programme is unique in addressing ethicalbehaviour as well as the wellbeing of the entrepreneuramidst the stressful nature of new enterprisedevelopment. Students will attain the career skillsto better start a new venture, finance new start-ups,support new enterprise development or scale andgrow existing businesses. The course comprises of avariety of core taught modules and numerous electivetaught modules.The course is assessed via a combination of assignedcoursework, written examination, and a dissertationor company research project. This project allowsstudents to showcase the knowledge they have gainedand enhance their career potential by specialising in aparticular area, developing a new business venture orscaling an existing business.Admissions Requirements‒‒ A first or up

have made an enormous impact in national and global life. We would be thrilled to welcome you into this vibrant, scholarly community where you will be fulfilled both academically and personally in your postgraduate study. Professor Neville Cox, Dean of Graduate Studies Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin

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