March 25, 2021 |
Brian Martinez, a 24-year-old Mexican studying for a master's in education at Mary Immaculate College (Mary I) in Limerick, has been having something of a love affair with Ireland. And despite COVID and everything it has brought, he is continuing to enjoy it every day.
March 22, 2021 |
This blog addresses the bugbear of every student who is finding it hard to study remotely during the current pandemic! Some great tips here for staying focused and on track from Canadian student Justin Burtch, who is studying Marketing and Management in Limerick Institute of Technology.
March 16, 2021 |
'I cannot think of a country better than Ireland in which to start my pharmaceutical career“. Olga Gragyan is 100% certain that the 'Emerald Isle' is the best place she could have chosen for her studies in Pharmaceutics and Drug Formulation at IT Carlow
. In her first blog, she tells us all about it.
March 15, 2021 |
Wong Chong Yeow
Malaysian Student Ambassador Wong Chong Yeow has had plenty of new experiences while starting his studies at the Athlone Institute of Technology
March 12, 2021 |
Quy (Justin) Nguyen Van
Vietnamese student Quy Nguyen Van is delighted to have secured an internship in digital media based on work he did for his Master's in Interactive Digital Media in Griffith College Dublin
. And while the pandemic has meant he hasn't travelled in Ireland as much as he would have liked, the country has been a great source of creative inspiration!
March 10, 2021 |
In this wonderful piece, Nigerian Student Ambassador Oluwakanyisola Netufo tells how she embraced life, culture and fun while studying medicine in Dublin (pre-Covid)
March 6, 2021 |
Nigerian student Nsikak Nyah had to adjust to a lot when he arrived in Ireland, but he is loving the challenge, and in this piece he shares all the things he would love to have known before he came to study at Limerick Institute of Technology for his Master's in Quantity Surveying. Read More
March 4, 2021 |
To make the most of her time in Ireland doing Business Studies
at Griffith College Dublin
, Indian student Megha Rawat had to overcome her natural shyness. But getting out of her comfort zone has been worth the effort, and today Ireland is her home from home.