In a breath-taking blog, Student Ambassador Stephen reflects on his journey so far. From a daily two-hour walk to secondary school, to life at Maynooth University, Stephen is relentless in his quest for lifelong learning and knowledge. He thinks of the resilience and strength that education brings to communities and shares it all with us… (more…)
Irish people are known to have a number of quirks! Stephen Mbwika, Student Ambassador from Kenya, tells us of his first experiences of Ireland, its people and its weather… (more…)
Student Ambassador Harshali Jagtap, is still coming to terms with the ever-changing Irish weather! Through all of the sunny-rainy-sunny intervals she has overcome personal challenges, had some amazing road-trips, and located the all-important Indian spices! Read about her life at TUS in Limerick… (more…)
Joyanne is back, this time with a vlog! Take a stroll through Galway’s farmer market with Joyanne Njuguna! Watch here She shows us fresh bread, fresh vegetables, and all the wonderful produce available for students near Galway.
Joyanne studies a BSC in Computer Science And Information Technology at NUIG via Education in Ireland Kenya.
A Stroll Through Galway's Farmers MarketTake a stroll through Galway's farmer market with Joyanne Njuguna! She shows us fresh bread, fresh vegetables, and all the wonderful produce available for students near Galway!
Joyanne studies a BSC in Computer Science And Information Technology at NUIG, via Education in Ireland Kenya. Joyanne is part of our Student Ambassador programme, check out our blog here to read more about studying in Ireland.
A lot of students who come to study in Ireland choose to study one-year to three-year courses but, Joyanne Njuguna from Kenya decided to do a four-year course and hasn’t looked back! In her second piece on the blog, Joyanne tells us about the work placement she did as part of her course and how it was one of the best things she’s ever done… (more…)
The journey from Kenya to Sligo was long, tiring and full of adventure but I wouldn’t change it for the world. I’m now looking forward to meeting new people and embracing new challenges here in Ireland.