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Designed for those with an entrepreneurial mindset, this programme provides students with the knowledge and practical ability to start a new venture, finance start-ups, support new enterprise or scale and grow existing businesses. The programme has a unique focus on ethical behaviour and the wellbeing of the entrepreneur amidst the stressful nature of new enterprise development.

Programme Features
The programme includes interactive lessons, workshops and group projects. Students can also undertake a research project instead of the dissertation.

This programme has been designed for those with an entrepreneurial mindset who wish to establish a business, or drive growth and shape decision making.

The programme includes interactive lessons, workshops and group projects. Students can also undertake research in the form of a company project instead of the standard dissertation.

Entry requirements

Bachelor degree with minimum 2.1 result or equivalent

Proficiency in English.

Non-native speakers require IELTS or TOEFL scores

Two supporting academic references

A completed application form. Apply online at


Duration: 12 months

Careers or further progression

Trinity Business School has a dedicated career development team to help identify your ideal career path and provide advice on how to achieve your goals. Services include workshops, one-to-one coaching, career psychometric tests and visits from top global employers.

Entrepreneurship graduates can establish a new venture or gain employment across a number of industries including finance and venture capitalism, IT, telecoms, social media, retail, tourism, pharmaceutical, healthcare, education, government, and social enterprise.

Further enquiries

Please contact the admissions team for more information about our programmes, the application process or to schedule a campus visit.

Phone: +353 1 896 2493

Subjects taught

Sample Timetable

Michaelmas Term Sept - Dec

Technological Entrepreneurship
Business Ethics and Society
Choice of ‘Entrepreneurship in Practice’ Workshop

Hilary Term Jan – April
Entrepreneurial Finance
Negotiation Theory and Practice
Social Entrepreneurship
International Entrepreneurship
Series of ‘Entrepreneurship in Practice’ Workshops
Choice of Electives

Trinity Term April – Aug
Dissertation or company project - this project allows students to showcase the knowledge they have gained and enhance their career potential by specialising in a particular area.

– Operations Management
– Financial Management
– Strategic Management
– Marketing Management
– Brand Management
– Digital Business Models
– New Product Development

Important Note: Timetable and modules are subject to change

Assessment method

Delivery: 10 taught modules. You will be assessed through a mixture of written exams and continuous assessment.

Application date

Apply early to secure your place.

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis Include all supporting documentation

Offers can be given on a conditional basis pending final results

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Course fee

EU €13,500. Non-EU €17,500. A variety of scholarships are available, please visit the website for more details.

Enrolment and start dates

Start Date: September 2017

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