Moving thousands of miles away to study abroad can raise a lot of questions; will I be able to go it alone? Will I make friends? How will I manage my newfound independence? Lots of little worries that can sometimes be hard to shake but, at the end of the day, it’s better to just go with the flow and take new experiences and challenges in your stride.
Student Ambassador Bindhu Purushothaman from India has faced her fears and embraced the challenge of having to adapt to become independent… (more…)
Nigerian Student Ambassador Aminat Ajagbe reckons we shouldn’t let time just slip by but should look for something that motivates us
Indian Student Ambassador Bindhu Purushothaman had lots of anxiety about coming to study in Ireland but she is now glad she made that choice
Brazilian Student Ambassador Camila Faria had the additional challenge of being a healthcare assistant while studying but has managed to do both
Aminat Ajagbe, one of our Nigerian Student Ambassadors, has compiled a really handy list for any students coming to Ireland from abroad for the first time
Are you coming to study in Ireland this year? Our Indian Student Ambassador Ansh Mahajan has some very helpful and timely advice