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Trinity College Dublin

Trinity Business School


Dublin, Ireland

Trinity Business School has 25 years of history in designing & delivering executive education through a previous partnership with the Dublin based Irish Management Institute, several banks and government entities. As a component of the school’s 2016 Growth & Development Strategy, Trinity Executive Education was established as a new unit within TBS in 2018, solely for the purpose of leading the School’s executive education engagement. This renewed commitment to executive education includes a focus on open enrolment programmes as well as delivery of bespoke customised programmes to organisational clients. Trinity Executive Education is now into its sixth year of operation. Financial targets for Trinity Executive Education were exceeded prior to the Covid-19 crisis but were severely impacted in the period 2020 to 2022. The Unit has recovered in the post-Covid market and has now reached more than €2m in revenue and has recently become eligible for the Financial Times (FT) Executive Education Rankings.


The unit now delivers an extensive and growing portfolio of non-degree custom and open enrolment programmes to individuals and organisations from across industry, government and the third sector (described under Criterion 6 below) and has a rapidly growing international footprint.


Custom programmes are designed in collaboration with client organisations through a detailed and iterative diagnostic and mapping process where competency objectives are built into the learning outcomes for each course.

Open programmes, including non-degree courses, are subject to design protocols including the mapping of learning outcomes and, where relevant, session learning objectives, to the overall content of a programme.

All programmes designed and delivered by Trinity Executive Education are centred around individual competency and leadership development and / or organisational shift and transformation. Programmes cannot be purely “experiential” and must include a series of learning objectives and learning outcomes where reflection and synthesis take place for participants to undertake a learning and development journey with us.

Contact Information

Trinity College Dublin

182 Pearse Street
Trinity College Dublin
Dublin 2

Primary Representative

Annalisa Di Pietro

Secondary Representative

Michael Flynn