Ross is one of our US students who is in his third year in Trinity. Here he lets us know about his experience of studying Nanoscience at Trinity.
Your name: Ross Cooke
Where you’re from in the US: Chicago
Your year of study: Third year
Your programme of study / course: NPCAM
Nanoscience – Physics and Chemistry of Advanced Materials (N-PCAM) is a four-year degree programme, run jointly by the Schools of Chemistry and Physics at Trinity College Dublin.
What made you decide to study your course at Trinity?
I came to Trinity for a couple of different reasons! First of all, I had heard NPCAM was a terrific course and I was really intrigued by the opportunity to study nanoscience. Not a lot of undergraduate science courses in America offer the chance to study such a specific field. Additionally, the course covers both fields I was interested in studying when I came to college, chemistry and physics. Probably the most important reason I came to Trinity though was because I thought it would be such a great adventure. How often do you have the opportunity to live in an entirely new place and experience a totally different culture for four years? It just felt like an opportunity I couldn’t pass up.
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