Trinity Business School provides numerous scholarships to students from across the world in our commitment to develop outstanding global business leaders. Previous recipients come from a variety of countries and educational backgrounds but all displayed strong academic and personal achievements.
Bachelor in Business Studies Scholarship
Open to new non-EU students for the Bachelor in Business Studies degree.
Scholarships valued between 5,000 and 25,000 euro applied as a reduction to the tuition fees of a full-time undergraduate Bachelor in Business Studies Degree over the duration of the programme.
Applicants who have non-EU status and will pay tuition fees at the non-EU rate can apply. The scholarship will be assessed based on academic achievement, and evaluation of the applicants’ potential to contribute to the overall TCD community.
Scholarship Application Process
- Submit scholarship request and attach scholarship application documents no later than 31st March, 2017
- Submit scholarship request as follows:
- Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject line: your name and your application number
- You will receive an acknowledgement of receipt of scholarship request
- No further communication until scholarship awards are made; awards will be made and successful candidates informed no later than April 17th, 2017
- Decision to accept scholarship is required by April 28th, 2017; along with acceptance of your offer to attend TCD and payment of your deposit
- You will be responsible for formally accepting the scholarship offer by email. Reply to email@example.com
- Acknowledgement of receipt of scholarship acceptance will come within 72 hours
- A non-response will be considered as declining the offer
David Feldman Prize
This prize was founded in 1985 by a gift from David Feldman, a Business graduate. The purpose of the prize is to encourage business students to adopt a broad philosophical attitude to issues and challenges in the business world. The prize will be awarded annually to a Sophister or postgraduate student in business studies. It will be based on a dissertation or project judged by the examiners to demonstrate the application of philosophical thought, logical argument, as well as metaphysical and perhaps ethical approach to the understanding of business.
Patrick O'Sullivan Prize
This prize was founded in 2009 by a gift from Patrick O'Sullivan's family. Patrick is a graduate of the Business School and retired in 2009 as Vice-Chairman and Chief Growth Officer of Zurich Financial Services. The prize is awarded annually, on the recommendation of Trinity Business School, to the candidate who performs at the highest level in the Senior Sophister course in Exploring Organisational Experiences.
The winners are:
2015 Emma Gilroy; 2014 Conor Bates; 2013 Mark Donnelly;
2012 Charles Landale; 2011 Alan Crosbie; 2010 Joanna Mulkeen
Abd El-Motaal Book Prize
This prize was founded in 1965 by a gift from Mostafa H.B. Abd El-Motaal, our former Lecturer in Accounting. It is awarded annually to the best student in financial and management accounting and financial reporting and analysis.
Price Waterhouse Coopers Prize
The award was founded in 1966 by Craig, Gardner & Co., Chartered Accountants. Two prizes are awarded to the Senior Sophister students who obtain first class honors at the annual degree examination, provided they obtain at least a second class (first division) mark in financial reporting and analysis. The prizewinners are invited to apply to the firm for Articles.
Trinity Business Alumni Prize
This prize was founded in 1993 by the Trinity Business Alumni. It is awarded to the student whose project, submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of the final B.B.S. degree examination, is ranked by the court of examiners as the best overall project submitted by a B.B.S. candidate, conditional upon a minimum second class (first division) grade having been achieved overall and in the project.
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