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26 Aug 2021

Q&A with FS student Alistair Cheah – studying online in KL

Alistair has found the teaching style at Trinity quite different to what he was used to in Malaysia. Here, he explains why.

Category: Foundation Studies

25 Aug 2021

International students: Studying in Melbourne is still possible!

Did you know you can still get an education in Australia, even though borders are closed?

Category: Foundation Studies

23 Aug 2021

Arora shares what it's like studying Foundation Studies from Botswana

Anya Arora has been taking Trinity’s Foundation Studies program online and tells of her experiences, including what she thinks of the teachers and why she...

Category: Foundation Studies

20 Aug 2021

Watch the video: Start Foundation Studies online now!

This short video gives a run down of Trinity's Foundation Studies program, which is now available online and still provides direct entry to the University of...

Category: Foundation Studies

19 Aug 2021

Harry Moran: moving in, moving out, and moving in again … college during Covid

Having known most of his classmates since early childhood, leaving the comfort of the Sydney Grammar School community and moving to a college in a faraway...

18 Aug 2021

Priyanka Wiharsa on improving her English, discovering new cultures and opening her mind

Priyanka Wiharsa (TCFS 2018) grew up in Jakarta, Indonesia, and knew she wanted to complete university abroad. Upon learning that Trinity College could offer...

Category: Foundation Studies

16 Aug 2021

Uni of Melbourne scholarship success for Foundation Studies students

Congratulations to the following Foundation Studies students, who received scholarships to study at the University of Melbourne.

Category: Foundation Studies

13 Aug 2021

Meet Indigenous Liaison & Projects Officer TAMM Kingi

TAMM shares what she loves about Trinity and what she thinks would make the world a better place.

12 Aug 2021

Tathra Lowe on feeling at home at Trinity College

Peek Whurrong woman Tathra Lowe found a home at Trinity long before she started uni, and a scholarship was the warm welcome she needed to help her settle in,...

11 Aug 2021

Harriet Grummet says community is key during your uni years

How living at Trinity College transformed a Caulfield Grammar alum’s University of Melbourne experience.

10 Aug 2021

Rob Sitch on creating some of Australia's most loveable characters (time to rewatch The Castle?)

As part of the Working Dog Productions team, actor, director, producer, comedian and screenwriter Rob Sitch has created some of Australia’s most recognisable...

Category: People

05 Aug 2021

Student Finn Blake explains how his new podcast helps young people figure out their career path

Finn Blake’s podcast Project Next lets the Trinity student pick the brains of some impressive names from different fields (chef Matt Moran and AFL star Chris...

Category: People

04 Aug 2021

All in the family – a Sydneysider continues a tradition at Trinity

Lucy Haig’s parents met at college in Melbourne and speak fondly of their on-campus living experience, so Lucy decided to give it a go for herself.

30 Jul 2021

Meet FS teacher Wendy Cai

Dr Wendy Cai shares why she loves stories and reading, and her experience of moving to Australia when she was 14.

Category: Foundation Studies

29 Jul 2021

Trinity is where you'll find friends for life: Marika and Yuma’s story

Marika Hall and Yuma Tamura always ‘tag-teamed’ each other at Trinity, yet still forged a strong friendship that has stayed with them across international...

Category: People

29 Jul 2021

5 things to know about … being a tunnel engineer

Vern Lee works on the Metro Tunnel project in Melbourne. Here, he takes us underground to share five things to know about being a tunnel engineer.

Category: People

28 Jul 2021

Kalisi Fonua on making the move from Toowoomba to Melbourne

When Kalisi Fonua moved to Melbourne to go to university, he felt college would be the most sensible place to live. Little did he know what kind of...

21 Jul 2021

5 things to know about ... the end-of-life services industry

Matt Geleta and his colleagues at Bare are shifting the end-of-life services industry from funeral parlours and burial ceremonies to a more holistic offering...

Category: People

20 Jul 2021

In memory of artist Dr B Marika AO

Vale artist, cultural activist and environmental advisor Dr B Marika AO.

Category: People

19 Jul 2021

Meet FS teacher John Murphy

English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Deputy Subject Leader John Murphy shares a funny story from the classroom and tells of the time he went head-to-head with...

Category: Foundation Studies

16 Jul 2021

Meet Residential Advisor Hope Dolino

Hope Dolino shares tales of her travels and why she refuses to live in fear.

16 Jul 2021

Incorrect report of Trinity College staff member testing positive to COVID-19

Note correction to The Age news article from 16 July 2021. Trinity Grammar, not Trinity College, staff member tests positive.

Category: About

13 Jul 2021

Tyrina's message to regional, Indigenous and interstate students: you can make it happen

Tyrina Garstone moved from Broome to Melbourne to pursue her university studies – and now says she has the best of both worlds.

12 Jul 2021

Girl Power: the program getting young women into engineering and IT

Girl Power alum and current mentor Millie a’Beckett explains what the recent Girl Power program facilitated by Trinity College was all about, and how it’s...

Category: Foundation Studies

09 Jul 2021

Clare Wever on finding community at college

For Clare Wever, life is about seizing the opportunities. The first-year uni student feels right at home at Trinity College, coming from McKinnon High School...

07 Jul 2021

Meet Deputy Dean Anthony McGirr

Our Residential College's Deputy Dean Anthony McGirr tells us how he's been inspired by Indiana Jones and about the caring nature of the Trinity community.

05 Jul 2021

A student explains what the NAIDOC Week theme 'heal country' means

As we enter this year’s NAIDOC Week, Trinity student Serena Barton of Yadighana, Wuthathi and Gurindji peoples reflects on this year’s theme of ‘heal country’.

01 Jul 2021

How a scholarship saved Will time and helped him find lifelong friends

Will Smith's high school teachers helped him find the ideal uni course to match his interests, while a college scholarship gave him the space to thrive while...

24 Jun 2021

Sophie Killalea trades country life for the big city

Sophie Killalea wasn’t sure what she wanted to do when she finished high school in country NSW, but her eventual decision to move to Melbourne and Trinity...

22 Jun 2021

Alex Chieng shares his experience of moving to Australia for Foundation Studies

When Alex Chieng moved to Melbourne for Foundation Studies in 2015, the city captured his heart. He now can’t imagine living anywhere else. Here he shares...

Category: Foundation Studies

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