Trinity College Foundation Studies just celebrated its 25th anniversary yesterday. And we sure all know how to party in style. The event started at 11:30am, the famous "free period" where everything is going on. I came to Bulpadock overwhelmed with the music, the festive atmostphere and people with red caps everywhere. Talking about standing out. … Continue reading Happy Birthday Trinity College!!
Trinity College Foundation Studies is celebrating its 25th anniversary this coming October. I've only been here for 8 months, but it's kinda surreal thinking about the fact that students from all over the world have been going to Trinity to study the same foundation program that I'm studying, since before I was even born. It … Continue reading Trinity College (and me!) is having a birthday party!!
Now for those who's checking the date of this post or wonder if you read it right, you don't have to. It's really Christmas!... in July! I'm not even kidding! Okay, enough for the fooling around. For those who never heard of it before, Christmas in July is kind of a trend in countries in … Continue reading Merry (belated) Christmas, Southern Hemisphere!!
It was a very sunny day when University of Melbourne held their Open Day. It was held last Sunday (16/08) and I went to have a look with a few friends. The whole campus (Parkville and Southbank) was open from 10 am to 4 pm to public. You get the chance to ask anything that you … Continue reading University of Melbourne Open Day 2015
Greetings from a new Trinity College and Foundation Studies student! My name is Shamira. I'm from Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia, and I'm currently in the July Fast Track intake. A month has passed since July Fast Track 2015 started. And in 2 months, the new October Fast Track students will arrive! If any of … Continue reading July Fast Track 2015: First Month (in a nutshell)
Hi guys!! I just came back to Melbourne from the 2-week holiday and have so much to write about, but since this is my first blog post and if you're reading this you'd probably want to know who I am, I'm going to introduce myself first. I'm Jen, almost-18-year-old student from Hanoi, Vietnam. I came … Continue reading Back in Melbourne!
As an international student who came from a country where English is not the major language, I am required to work a little bit harder than other native English speakers in order for me to be able to comprehend the lessons as much as I could. I have been studying English since primary school, however, … Continue reading How to improve English skills if English is not your first language