The 5 on Friday: party debates, MBAs, College admin failures and gladiator skeletons

Five of this week’s top news stories delivered in clickable, bite-sized chunks

Taxation reform and government corruption among main topics discussed at Hist Party Debate

The debate was panelled by five representatives out of the 16 parties running in this year’s general election:  Alex White, Lucinda Creighton, Alan Farrell, Glenna Lynch and …

Trinity’s MBA course ranked best in Ireland, fifth in Europe

The listings put Trinity’s full-time MBA course ahead of both the Cambridge and Oxford MBAs, with UCD’s Smurfit Institute MBA placed eighteenth

NEWSTrinity College Dublin’s MBA courses have placed fifth in the “best masters ranking for full time MBA’s in Western Europe 2015-2016”, recently published by Eduniversal, making the course the most highly ranked full-time MBA in Ireland.

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Trinity placed 119th in Global Employability University Rankings

Trinity becomes the only Irish university to place in the top 150 most employable graduates.


A new university rankings system designed by Emerging, a French human resource and consulting agency, has placed Trinity College students as 119 on their list of the 150 most employable graduates by international employers.

Over 2,287 recruiters from international companies


Trinity falls 22 places in world university rankings

Dean of Research John Boland welcomed the results remarking that they were commendable “given the extent of the international competition”


Trinity College Dublin has fallen 22 places in the latest Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings, dropping from 138th to 160th position.

The annual rankings, released today, are based on five main performance indicators: teaching (30%), research (30%), citations …