“There are two ways to get experience in life…” – Student Ambassador Sumit understands the fear some international students may have about moving to a new country. In his new blog, he’s here to try and take some of that fear away, and leaves a few tips to help incoming students settle into life in Ireland!
Moving to a new country to live and study can be a bit of a shock to the system – adjusting to life on your own, balancing study and social life and even getting used to a different climate, you can never be fully prepared for what lies ahead. But you’re not alone, in his new video, Student Ambassador Sumit Gautam from India tells us how he has dealt with the changes in his life and wants to share his learnings from his time in Ireland so far… (more…)
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…)
Student Ambassador Jesmin Ram from South Africa is back with another video! (more…)
Tests, paperwork and long-haul flights; South African Student Ambassador Jesmin Ram speaks about the trials and tribulations of leaving home for study during the second wave of Coronavirus in Ireland.
Malaysian student Yuan Yu Ng, who is attending the National College of Ireland in Dublin, realised that studying accounting and finance opened up a huge array of career choices for her