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The Trinity MBA Admissions Process FAQs

/ by Eoghan O'Sullivan

Read all the most common questions we receive from prospective students about the Trinity MBA admissions process.


How long does it take to process my application?

Typically, once all documents are received you can expect to get feedback in 10 working days.

Is there an application fee?

Yes, the application is fee is €40.

Can I send my application before my GMAT test?

Yes, we encourage that you send in your application now even though you have not taken your GMAT. If successful you may gain a conditional offer.

What are the criteria for selection?

Broadly speaking candidates are chosen based on professional experience, academic achievements, business ethics (tested in interview and in the essays), GMAT and supporting referees.


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What is the minimum GMAT score?

The typical GMAT of an incoming MBA ranges between 600 and 650. The GMAT is only one of the many criteria used to select applicants, however, we will not normally admit an applicant with a score below 550.

Are interviews a part of the admissions process?

Yes, an interview is part of the admissions requirement and we strongly recommend a visit to the school as part of your selection process if possible.

How many private or company-sponsored participants would you have in a class?

The number of private or company-sponsored participants varies from year to year, however the average is about 6 - 10 people, across full and part time classes.

What is the deadline for applying to your programme?

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. As we deliberately keep our class size small (45 to 50 students), we strongly recommend early application.

What is the minimum work experience requirement?

We require applicants to have a minimum of 3 years professional work experience.

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Eoghan O'Sullivan

Written by Eoghan O'Sullivan

MBA Admissions Manager