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Studying Abroad in a Technical Field

By Sarada Symonds

Visiting Student Blogger, Northeastern University

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The Campanile of Trinity College is one of the most iconic landmarks on campus.

As a freshmen engineering student, I was told that it would be very difficult for me to spend a semester abroad, especially after I decided to pursue a double major in computer engineering and computer science. I’ll admit, after I saw all the courses I would be required to take to graduate, I wasn’t sure whether I would be able to go abroad and still graduate on time. Luckily, during the fall of my sophomore year, I had an amazing professor who told me all about his time doing internships and getting his degrees in Paris and Beijing, and it gave me the jolt I needed to start planning a semester abroad for myself. Here’s what I learned while I was preparing for my semester at Trinity:

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Interview with Trinity Entrepreneurial Society

Recently our student blogger Ciara Walsh interviewed Conor Bolger Vice President of Trinity Entrepreneurial Society.  The Trinity Entrepreneurial Society is focused on helping students with business ideas, and on encouraging entrepreneurship among the student body and particularly among our members. We are not just an entrepreneurial society, however, and we concentrate heavily on helping students in all areas of business- with networking evenings, internship seminars, and the TES Dragons’ Den Competition

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