In 2004, I completed the Foundation Studies Programme at Trinity. I enjoyed it so much and was intrigued by the other aspects of Trinity that I wanted to know more about it. I decided to become a resident the following year.
I met so many new people and made many friends who are still my friends today. I was given many opportunities to perform at soirees, both as a soloist and as an accompanist. And as a music student, I was very appreciative of this.
I also became more involved in student life at Trinity. With much support, I became part of the setting up of the International Students’ Committee (TISC).
Among the various services Trinity provided that I truly valued were the tutorials. They enhanced my learning and gave me support for the subjects I took at Melbourne University.
Trinity is a platform for students to develop both as an individual and in their studies. I would not be the person I am today without my experiences at Trinity. I encourage students to enroll and to be prepared for an experience of a lifetime.
Trinity provides a safe environment in which students are able to explore their potential. I have always thought of myself as more of a follower than a leader. Trinity helped me develop leadership skills with the aid of my mentors and peers. Being part of TISC was a huge part of my collegiate experience. Not only did I have fun, I learnt a lot about working with people and developed close relationships with my peers.