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Trinity College Dublin’s Business School ranked in Global Top 50

By Business & Finance
13 November 2013

Trinity College Dublin’s School of Business has been ranked in 37th place in the recently published prestigious Eduniversal Business Schools Ranking for 2013, the highest ranking for an Irish Business School.

Trinity’s global School of Business has been included in the prestigious ‘5 Palmes’ category by Eduniversal along with leading business schools such as Harvard, Oxford, London School of Economics among others.

Eduniversal’s premier 5 Palmes category reflects the international reputation of a Business School.  Up to 1,000 Business Schools are surveyed worldwide in 154 countries. They are awarded Palme levels from one to five on the strength of  research carried out by the International Scientific committee that  compiles the list of internationalisation criteria, together with the assessments made by peers through  the ‘Deans’ Vote’.

Commenting on the significance of the ranking, Dr Jim Quinn, Head of the Trinity School of Business said: “This is a very significant ranking for Trinity’s Business School especially given that the deans and directors of the 1,000 best academic institutions worldwide are asked to vote. Their high rating of our School is an acknowledgement of the international reputation of our research and education programmes along with the quality of our graduates. It is especially timely given the School’s expansion plans with a new state-of-the-art facility to be built and its plans for the further development of undergraduate and postgraduate progammes.”