Go to foundation or straight to uni? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Kaitlyn Wang, Josephine Han and David Wijaya list why you should consider the former.
Improve your English language pronunciation in first semester! Nicole Wong has the details.
International students can find it difficult to make friends for a number of reasons. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Grace Mallian and Kelly Lam identify why that is and offer solutions.
Living life abroad is great but only if you have the cash. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Theresia Musalim and Dinda Nadhifa fill you in on how to live your best life on the cheap.
Want to know where you can visit to get immediate help on improving your English? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Cassie Fan and Melody Zheng have the answers!
Change the way you treat life as an international students by seeing these five important TED talks, provided by Trinity College Foundation Stsudies students Delores Wang, Stella Hu and Wendy Liu.
So you’re the unlucky person who has to step up and lead your group assignment. Have no fear, Trinity College Foundation Studies students Holly Chang and Miley Huang are here to help.
As a community, we don’t talk enough about the positive outcomes of undergoing mental health conditions. Tam Tran reveals how her battle with depression to self-improvement and a richer perspective on life.
Set short term goals so that you can build up your confidence to take on larger goals! Stevi Lee has her guide on which simple goals you should set and can tackle!
Social media may be affecting your mental health in more ways than you know. Emmelyn Vincent explains how you can begin to reduce your use of social media today and begin improving your own mental wellbeing.
The backpack is an essential item for every student. Utility doesn’t necessarily have to mean boring though, as Trinity College Foundation Studies students Shane Shen, Jenny Dong and Mia Miao show us some of the most stylish, sophisticated and utilitarian backpacks out there on the market!
Download these extensions and improve your use of Chrome to improve your English. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Allen Chen, Nina Meng and Sapphire Ding suggest four extensions to help you better understand the English language.