My Time in Trinity College Dublin by Tushti Singla

By Tushti Singla

“Moving to Trinity College from India feels as if I were pulled out of my cocoon, only to be given wings to fly through the immense sky.”

It is one thing when you hear that Trinity College Dublin is amongst the world’s top 100 universities; it’s another when you actually experience it and realize how true that is! With state-of-the-art facilities and distinguished faculty, Trinity provides an unparalleled learning ground to kick-start your engineering career. I believe, the pleasantly challenging project work with befitting technology has prepared me to work on real-world applications in the industry.

With Dublin housing the biggest giants in the field, from Google to Jaguar Land Rover to AECOM, and with Trinity College providing a platform to connect with them, through meticulously organized Career Fairs; the growth opportunities are immense.

Tushti Open Day

Cohort trip I

Trinity has a world well beyond academics, owing to the interestingly engaging student societies, ranging from sports to debating to technology – there is something for everyone!

With Dublin being amongst the world’s top 10 safest and friendliest cities, you wouldn’t have to worry about finding routes again. If truth be told, you can expect to be positively overwhelmed by the kindness of Irish people.

Diwali II

On a personal account, I firmly believe that Trinity College has opened doors to innumerable opportunities for me – be it getting guidance from a certified world class speaking coach and being commended for exceptional communication skills; or being mentored by professionals from MasterCard on account of being amongst the only five students selected from Dublin for the program; or steering my engineering team to secure runners-up prize in Student Entrepreneurs of the Year competition – it all has been immensely enriching and growth-conducive.

Entrepreneur Competition

In the wake of ample support provided by Trinity College Dublin to the students, there is no room for desolation. In fact, being an ambassador to Trinity College, I (and positively hoping, the students from the cohorts to follow) shall be readily available to be the first student point-of-contact to make your stay at Trinity College and in Dublin as worthwhile as ever.

Diwali I

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